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May 20, 2013 5:17 PM

George Brett: Moustakas isn’t the Royals’ first young, struggling third baseman

The young third baseman, lugging a paltry batting average at the All-Star break in his first full major-league season, felt lost and dejected. Then George Brett and his hitting coach, Charlie Lau, put together a plan, one that included mechanical adjustments and fundamentals but emphasized the mental approach, something Brett says can help current Royals third baseman Mike Moustakas, mired in a one-for-34 skid at the plate.

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