Berry Remains A Mystery For Opposing Pitchers

LF Quintin Berry was hitting .364 as the No. 2 hitter in manager Jim Leyland’s batting order — and that was before he went 3-for-6 Wednesday night at Texas. Teams may be having a tough time figuring him out because he can look awful on one pitch and then rip the next one for a base hit, or he can strike out on a curveball one time and then the next at-bat he can slam one to right for a triple, as he did in the fifth inning. He singled on a curveball and a fastball Wednesday. He also struck out swinging twice.

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