Cal Baseball: Andrew Vaughn Hits a Rough Patch With White Sox Farm Team

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After scorching start in Low-A, former Cal star is 0 for 10 in his past three games

Andrew Vaughn is officially experiencing his first hitting slump as a professional baseball player, albeit still a short one.

The former Cal star, who was batting .351 through his first 10 games with the Low-A Kannapolis Intimidators, has been anything but intimidating the past three games.

Vaughn went 0 for 4 with three strikeouts on Thursday night and is 0 for 10 the past three games. His batting average has skidded to .277.

Still, Kannapolis posted a 7-1 win over the Lakewood Blue Claws to snap a four-game losing streak. And even while going hitless, the No. 3 overall pick in the June draft by the Chicago White Sox has walked in each of the past three games.