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Spring Training
Jomar Reyes' approach a pleasant surprise in Delmarva, manager says

As counter-intuitive as it sounds, the goal for a player like Class-A Delmarva third baseman Jomar Reyes isn’t to go up looking to hit home runs. He can, of course — Reyes might have the most raw power in the Orioles’ system despite having turned 18 in February. But as Reyes makes his full-season debut for the Shorebirds, manager Ryan Minor said he’s been pleased with the hulking third baseman’s plate approach, which doesn't involve swinging for the fences. “At the plate, he shows [his power] in [batting practice], and it’s starting to translate a little bit into the game, when the game speeds up a little bit,” Minor said Tuesday, when...