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Inside The Ports: 1st Week Offensive Notes

Doolittle has been good with the bat and glove.

After Thursday evening's win against the Modesto Nuts, the Stockton Ports have now officially reached the one-week mark for the season. Stockton correspondent Paul Muyskens gives us his impressions of and a few andecotes surrounding some of the Ports' position players after the first week of games.

Note: All stats good through Thursday, April 10 Chris Carter Carter is still looking to get on-track. Carter has the look of being a fantastic player and he has shown a few glimpses of what he's capable of, but so far this season, he has been a bit of a dissapointment. He is hitting .167 (5-for-30) with two triples and an RBI while walking once and striking out nine times. Carter has shown... Recommended Stories

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