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Better late than never for Gac

Gac wants 30 homers and 100 RBIs

SAN JOSE, CA - Ian Gac has always been known for his outstanding power potential, but he entered the 2008 season with a career .222 batting average. This year, the 22-year-old has flashed both average and power, batting .308 with 25 homers and 83 RBI between the two Single-A levels. Lone Star Dugout recently sat down with the first baseman for a Q&A session.

First baseman Ian Gac entered the 2008 season with a career .222 batting average over five minor league seasons. Gac, who was the Rangers' 23rd round pick in the 2003 MLB Draft, had played just 55 games above the Low-A level. Those games came in 2006. Gac spent his 2007 season between Low-A Clinton and short-season Spokane. Most minor league hitters that bat .222 over five professional seasons... Recommended Stories

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