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Casey McGehee's welcome-to-the-Yankees moment

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• with a three-run homer in the fourth. He later doubled in the game. "I was trying to force that to happen, especially the first couple times out there, trying to do way too much every at-bat," McGehee said. "I think I’m making a conscious effort to slow down, relax, and realize that even though it’s a new organization, new team, it’s still a game I’ve been playing for a little while." "I’ve been working with K-Long quite a bit on some stuff at the plate. I’m trying to be stubborn with it, stick with. I think it’s going to help. It was nice to feel what it felt like when it’s the way it’s supposed to be." Working with K-Long . . . If a batting coach turns things around for Casey, does that say anything about Gregg Ritchie? Article has a Picture of Casey w/o hair.

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