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Before anyone gets too excited about Dillon one ought to consider that three weeks ago he was hitting .410 or so and now he's down to .368. It also appears the idea for Dillon to play the outfield has been curtailed as he's back playing in the infield.

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It shouldn't be that hard for him to play right. Huff did it last year, and he wasn't even a good third baseman.

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