"Health is No. 1, and I want to feel good -- my legs feel good around the bases and stuff," Cuddyer said. "The least of my worries is how I feel at the plate and all that stuff. After another 500 or so at-bats, that stuff will work itself out.
"You still pay attention [to the stats]. You're still a competitor. You want to go out there and have some results. But I'd say it was about six or seven years ago that I focused on the feel rather than the results. Once you've had a couple good years under your belt, you realize you're not going to [lose it]. I've been hitting the ball well but zero results in my last 10 at-bats."
Cuddyer normally turns hot at some point before the regular season begins. He has a .327 career spring average.
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