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BA on Profar, Perez, and Wieland

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"They ultimately lost to Augusta 6-5 in 11 innings, but the 18-year-old Profar showed off the wide range of tools that mark him as a big leaguer in the making." "So while his walk rate still registers north of four per nine innings this season, Perez's stuff in the zone has been much more crisp this season than last. He's allowing far fewer hits (just 31 in 40 2/3 innings) and home runs (one) when batters do connect." "Everything has been working," Wieland told SCnow.com. "I have been locating my fastball, staying down on the ball and staying out of trouble. I get a chance to put them away and that’s what I’m doing."

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