Found January 31, 2012 on mlb.com:
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Having been frustrated by his .223 batting average against righties, due in part to seeing sure hits die in the infielders' gloves on the outfield grass, Mark Teixeira said on Tuesday that he is ready to put the bunt in defenders' minds.
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