Coach's Corner '12: Scooter Tucker
In today’s eighth and final “Coach’s Corner” installment of the offseason, I had a chance recently to sit down with former High-A Carolina hitting coach and new Low-A Lake County manager Scooter Tucker and discuss a lot of the players he worked with this past season at Carolina. The Indians had a lot of very intriguing position player talent at Carolina this past season, and he went into great detail on things some of the higher profile players there worked on this past season.
Q: Infielder Tony Wolters has one of the worst starts to a season I have seen from a player recently, but to his credit he worked hard and recovered well to have a solid year overall. What happened?
Scooter Tucker (ST): Tony has a couple of good things going for him as he is athletic and he knows how to play the game. He is an extremely hard worker and a mentally tough kid. The first month we chalked up as growing pains, but mechanically with his hitting we...
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