Except for a rough series this week against Pawtucket, Indianapolis has mostly been playing well for a while now and has had some players on good stretches. Things have been more problematic for the other affiliates. Altoona has been missing a good portion of its lineup (Tony Sanchez was promoted; Matt Curry, Adalberto Santos and Andrew Lambo are hurt; and Robbie Grossman has been out on a lengthy suspension for undisclosed reasons). Bradenton has had trouble scoring runs most of the season. And West Virginia has had massive pitching and defensive problems.
Bryan Morris, RHP (AAA): Morris is appearing in longer outings some, although not all, of the time. In his two games this past week, which included a three-inning stint, he allowed no earned runs on two hits and n...
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