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Lewis Making the Most of Things

When you're the MVP of a Double-A baseball league one year, you don't always anticipate being in that same league two years later. But that's exactly where Richard Lewis has found himself all year after a season-ending leg injury that followed a late promotion to Triple-A in 2004.

Lewis, now 26, is making the most of the opportunities he gets -- however scarce they sometimes are. He has appeared in 96 games this season at six different positions (first base, second, third, shortstop, left field and right field), plus designated hitter. West Tenn manager Pat Listach, who knows a thing or two about playing more than one position himself after a six-year major league career... Recommended Stories

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