Tyler Greene Tries To Get Comfortable At Second

For the past several years, as he tried to fit his game to a utility role, lifelong shortstop Tyler Greene has described how he felt more comfortable on the left side of diamond playing third base as opposed to second. That has to change this spring, as comfort will have to catch up with opportunity.

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