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August 6, 2014 7:54 PM

Nori Aoki feels more comfortable in American League as hits continue to fall

Since Nori Aoki returned from the disabled list on July 11, he has quietly begun to resemble the player the Royals thought they acquired last winter. His defense had improved after some early-season frights, and his on-base percentage in his first 18 games back was .364, 14 points above his career average.

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