December 2005
Sporting News;12/2/2005, Vol. 229 Issue 48, p61
The article presents information related to various baseball teams. The team Boston Red Sox's Mike Timlin don't expect his play to decline much next season. The team Toronto Blue Jays' Russ Adams showed good plate discipline and emerging power last season and finished the year as the club's leadoff hitter. The team Kansas City Royals' Angel Berroa needs to be more consistent. He can make dazzling plays, but his concentration can lapse on routine pickups and throws.


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