Found August 06, 2012 on The Majors Detroit:
Austin Jackson continued his amazing season Sunday afternoon compiling four hits in a 10-8 extra innings win over the Cleveland Indians. WATCH JACKSON’S FOUR HIT DAY Jackson finished the day going 4 for 6 with three runs scored and one RBI raising his average to an impressive .322 on the season. Not only that Jackson has 19 doubles and 7 triples on the season and an OBP of .409 and an OPS of .926. But what has been the biggest improvement thus far for Jackson is his ability to limit the strikeouts. Last season Jackson struck out a total of 181 times while this season he’s at 86 total strikeouts. Ref: Baseball-Reference.com, MLB.com
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