Cozart, who came into Sunday batting .233, started the season 0-for-22 and was batting only .180 through the first month. He's been gradually producing and trying to climb out of that early hole. He's been trying to stay on the ball to hit it hard to the middle or opposite field.
"Overall, I think I've had pretty good at-bats, consistently, for a month and a half," Cozart said. "If I keep doing that, I'll start getting hits like I did the last couple of at-bats."
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