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Travis Snider, OF, Toronto
The Jays have been essentially relegating Fred Lewis to the bench in order to give Travis Snider more at-bats whenever possible before the season ends. Snider has been slow to get going since his activation from the DL, where he spent about two months with a wrist injury. Toronto activated him and sent him to Double-A New Hampshire so that he could work his way back.
It's clear that for a while the slugger didn't have his stroke back. From July 30 to present, he batted .239 and slugged .380. Snider belted his 10th homer of the season last night, though, and could be poised to go out with a small bang because he's putting the ball in play more often. His promising career is off to a pretty up-and-down start, but there's no denying his possible impact.
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About Nicholas Minnix
Minnix is baseball editor and a fantasy football analyst at KFFL. He plays in LABR and Tout Wars and won the FSWA Baseball Industry Insiders League in 2010.
The University of Delaware alum is a regular guest on SiriusXM Fantasy Sports Radio and Baltimore's WNST AM 1570.
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