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Wednesday, 09 April 2014 16:25

Jackie Bradley Jr's 2014 Start

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Jackie Bradley Jr. has had a red hot start to the 2014 season. Bradley had a two RBI game last night, and also made numerous great fielding plays in his outing as well. Thus far Bradley is batting a high .400, in 20 at-bats so far this season.   Called up due to the injury of Shane Victorino, Bradley has started four games in the outfield so far, and has played in seven games. A lot of people think Bradley is fast, but it is a common misconception because he makes great reach on fly balls and covers a lot of ground. In fact he is just a really great fielder.   Comparing this year’s statistics of Bradley, to last year’s, Bradley has shown extraordinary improvement. In just 20 at-bats, Bradley has already racked up one third of the hits he got last year, which is impressive because he had 95 at-bats last season. He has struck out five times in his 20 abs though which is even an improvement from last year, nearly striking out one, in three.   Although this is a small sample size, it is encouraging to see Bradley looking comfortable at the plate as he has, especially when he had a hole in his swing in 2013. Last year it was expected he would make the opening day roster, but this year when people think he wasn't going to make it in fact he gets to play.