By Matt Snyder
In order to achieve career highs, Yankees centerfielder Curtis Granderson needs only six home runs and nine RBI after the All-Star break. Still, the slugger told CBSSports.com that he doesn't feel like he is totally locked in at the plate. Granderson also defended teammate Derek Jeter for skipping the All-Star festivities, despite some malign from other media members and also discusses how he views the All-Star Game in terms of preparation. Check out the video below.
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