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"Since making his U.S. debut in 2010, all Taveras has done is hit. Whenever he was on the field in 2011, he was red-hot, interrupted only by a hamstring injury that cost him a month. He would have easily won the Midwest League batting title with enough at-bats and he more than held his own as one of the youngest players in the Arizona Fall League. He makes consistent hard contact, and although he doesn’t draw many walks, he doesn’t swing and miss much either. If the power starts to come -- and it should -- he will profile perfectly as a right fielder who could hit in the middle of a lineup, perhaps sooner than many would think."
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