Red Sox Minor League Prospect Lars Anderson Hones Hitting Stroke With PawSox

Boston fans haven't gotten much of a look at Lars Anderson yet, as the then-22-year-old first baseman appeared in just 18 games for the Red Sox in 2010.

Throughout his time in the minor leagues, however, Anderson has shown off considerable power, including a career-high 18 home runs combined at the Single-A and Double-A levels in 2008.

Anderson talked about his swing and why he avoids film study of his at-bats in the video above from the Ultimate Red Sox Show.

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