The Mesa Solar Sox won 6-3 today, with four Pirates prospects playing a big part in the win.
Robbie Grossman bounced back from his 0-for-4 performance yesterday, going 3-for-5 with a double and a walk today. Grossman got his hits in his first three at-bats, including two singles off of 2011 first rounder Danny Hultzen. On the season, Grossman has a .325 average with an .869 OPS. Keith Law held a chat today and was asked about Grossman, a guy Law said was on his short list of hitters to watch in the AFL. Law's response:
Looks good - great at bats, hard line drives, goes the other way really well. I do wish they'd promoted him to AA midyear, because full-year repeater stats are close to useless, but from a scouting POV he looks strong. I feel like Grossman actually is the player Bret...
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