Fine-Tuning Robinson

After hitting 26 points better at high Class A Inland Empire this year than he did at low Class A Great Lakes in 2007, outfielder Trayvon Robinson went to the Dodgers' instructional league camp to continue to hone his skills. Club officials wanted him to focus on his two-strike hitting approach, polishing his bunting skills to better utilize his speed and getting better jumps and taking better routes in center field, his projected position.

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