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Prospect Trends — Week Ending 6/10

Prospect Trends — Week Ending 6/10

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.

TRENDING UP

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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