As expected, Stetson Allie has joined the Altoona Curve, now that he's recovered from him oblique injury. Earlier in the week I reported that Allie had one more rehab game left in extended Spring Training before heading out to Altoona. As it turns out, he didn't actually miss any time with Altoona, since last night's game was postponed. Allie will be the starting first baseman, and is a big breakout candidate this year.
To make room on the roster for Allie, outfielder Junior Sosa was assigned to the Jamestown roster.
Also a couple other roster moves for Altoona. Pitchers Kenn Kasparek and Quinton Miller were placed on the disabled list. Right-handed pitcher Brandon Mann was added to the roster....
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