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Evans Looks To Finish Strong

Though the numbers might not show it, Phillip Evans has improved immensely since the start of the season. To date, Evans has hit five home runs and he has showed improvements in his offense and defense. Despite his struggles during some points in the season, Evans pushed on and continued to begin each game with focus and drive.

In June when the season got underway, Evans brought enthusiasm and resolve to the game. Now, he prepares to close the season with the same resolve and determination to succeed. "I'm still so glad to be here and I come out on the field and play hard every night. I play every game like it's my last," Evans said. Bobby Malek, Cyclones' hitting coach, sees Evans' enthusiasm as an outlet for...

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