Braves first baseman Troy Glaus had another strong day at the dish Wednesday, and is now 9-for-12 in Grapefruit League play with eight consecutive hits. He’s trying to keep things in perspective, but it’s great to see him performing so well after failing to register more than 30 at-bats last season for the Cardinals due to a variety of injuries.
“It’s nice to see hits, it’s positive reinforcement,” said the
6-foot-6 converted third baseman. “But I’ve been doing this long enough that it doesn’t matter right
now. I’ve had good springs, I’ve had bad springs, I’ve had in-between
springs. It doesn’t matter.”
Glaus, 33, has also looked strong defensively at the first base position this spring. He is a .255/.359/.497 career hitter with 304 home runs over his first 12 major league seasons. The Rotoworld
Fantasy Baseball Draft Guide, packed to the brim with projections on all MLB hitters, has him hitting .252/.359/.463
with 26 homers and 87 RBI this season. For now, that all looks perfectly attainable.