Jace Peterson: “I feel like my best baseball is ahead of me and I feel good right now.
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Peterson looks to regain stroke, utility role in Triple-A

Say this for Jace Peterson; he doesn’t meddle in the middle.

In just over a year’s time, his study in extremes has gone from becoming the Braves’ every day second baseman to now fighting his way back to the big leagues.

Peterson is three weeks into a stint with Triple-A Gwinnett, trying to find his identity and a batting stroke that left him after 70 games in Atlanta last year.

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