Re: 2013 Reds Spring Training Articles
Mark Sheldon - Hamilton using spring to ease into outfield switch
"It's just a matter of playing the games," Davis said. "Learning how to play the hitters, learning which guys can drive the ball to center field, which guys can't and that just comes with game experience. His throwing is getting a lot better. At shortstop, everything was quick and short. In the outfield, you have longer throws and have to stretch it out a little more.
"The thing that separates Billy from a lot of people is he's a student of the game. He has so much pride that he doesn't like to embarrass himself. You can tell him something once, maybe twice, and it's like a recorder in his brain. He can turn around and implement what you told him to do very quickly. That's not the case with all youngsters
I miss Adam Dunn.