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Telvin Nash 1B
Height/Weight: 6-1/230 | Birthdate: 2/20/1991 | Birthplace: Griffin, GA | Bats/Throws: R/R | Team: Houston | College: None | MLB Experience: Rookie | Owned/Started%: 0/0
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Nash slims down for career


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(2/27/2013) MLB.com reports Astros prospect Telvin Nash reported to minor-league camp 30 pounds lighter. "I had to make a change for myself," he said. "[The team] preached to me about some things, but really I had to take it upon myself. This is my career and the best way for me to have success is to lose weight. My weight was getting outrageous, so I had to lose weight to show these guys I am really dedicated to baseball and this is what I love to do. If you love the game, you're willing to put in the work to be the best." Nash said his lighter frame will help him in the field. "I just feel all around much better," he said. "I feel faster at first base and in the outfield when I track balls down. If I'm holding a runner, I can get off the base and make a routine play. ... In the past, a ground ball was hit right at me and it was kind of tough. I made it look much more difficult than it really was. I feel much more explosive, I'm in shape and I'm healthier, too."