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Reed Benefiting from Adjustments

Mark Reed spent the bulk of the off-season working on a new swing and approach. The adjustments have paid off so far this season as the 22-year-old Reed, a third-round Cubs draft pick in 2004, has batted .294 through 20 games.

What has been the key to your turnaround and fast start this season? Mark Reed: I had a tough year here last year and didn't get a whole lot of at-bats because I split time with (Jake) Muyco. But I went home this off-season and worked really hard. Me and my brother (Jeremy Reed) got in the cage and we kind of tore my swing apart and put it all back together. I felt like working with him, he... Recommended Stories

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