USF alum Bradley Zimmer succeeds by being himself with Indians

By By Steve Kroner

USF alum Bradley Zimmer succeeds by being himself with Indians Two months into his big-league career, Cleveland’s Bradley Zimmer has learned one key adjustment to playing in the majors: avoid the temptation of making wholesale adjustments. Zimmer is a 6-foot-5, 220-pound outfielder from USF who hits left-handed and throws right-handed. The Indians’ 2014 first-round pick received “who you are is plenty good enough” advice during his freshman season with the Dons from head coach Nino Giarratano. After hitting .242 with no homers as a freshman, Zimmer improved to .320 with seven HRs as a sophomore and [READ MORE HERE]

Source: SF Gate Sports

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