Training new adjusters. Training and continuing education are important to giving new employees a strong foundation. (Photo: Shutterstock)

“He’s young and talented so we don’t want to rush him. We love his potential. The plan is to get him a few at-bats here and there to get his feet wet. Having a seat between two veterans in our clubhouse will allow him to absorb as much as possible. We’ll ease him into working with our coaches in practice. We have invested a lot and hope he can become a productive member of our team for years to come.”

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