Parker stays hot; Nuts whip Rawhide


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Pos: OF   Height: 6-1   Weight: 200   Hometown: Jacksonville, FL (Bartram Trail HS HS)  
Years Played: 2008 - 2010

From The Modesto Bee:

The former Clemson University quarterback went three-for-four in the win. All three hits drove in runs and two came with two outs. Over the last 10 games, he's 20 for 35 (.571) and has raised his average from .279 to .319.
"I felt like after that first month I got back I started seeing the ball better and started picking up where I left off last year," said Parker, who broke into professional baseball last year by hitting .285 with 21 homers and 95 RBI in Asheville.
"I was struggling at the beginning partly because I'd get to two outs or two strikes and put pressure on myself. Now, having had a lot of those at-bats, I get a little more comfortable and I'm able to calm myself down."

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