One-third of the way through the season, Pedro Lopez is still waiting for a few of his hitters to find their groove at the plate. Cory Vaughn is hitting .162, Travis Taijeron .229 and after 1-3 day yesterday and 5-16 series against New Britain, Dustin Lawley is now hitting .222.
While Lopez and the rest of the organization would certainly like to see Lawley's average continue to climb, the B-Mets skipper says it's only a matter of time.
Lawley will start at third base and bat 7th as the B-Mets kick off a three game set with New Hampshire, Tuesday at 6:35.
UPDATE: As of the 6:35 rain delay, Rylan Sandoval replaces Lawley in the starting lineup.
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