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Ratliff Finding His Rhythm

For St. Lucie Mets outfielder Sean Ratliff, there has been no transitional period with his move to the Florida State League. The 2008 fourth round pick of the New York Mets is off to a very strong start with the High-A Mets as a result of adjustments paying off in game action. Inside Pitch caught up with Ratliff to discuss what has changed.

Sean Ratliff had an idea of what to expect when broke Spring Training with the Mets' High-A affiliate in 2010. The St. Lucie centerfielder got a taste of the Florida State League at the end of the 2009 season when he appeared in seven games with the Mets. Ratliff went 8-for-28 with six RBI after a season spent in Savannah, setting the stage for his return this season. "Spring Training went...

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