Indianapolis is going to need outfield help. They just lost Chris Dickerson to the disabled list today. It was also announced that Andrew Lambo had surgery on his right thumb. And soon they will see Gregory Polanco promoted to the majors, leaving plenty of opportunities for another outfielder to step up.
Rojas deserves the promotion, even if there wasn't the above circumstances. Entering tonight's game, he had a .295/.370/.440 line in 193 at-bats for Altoona. This has easily been his best season in pro ball, after showing some improvements last year in his jump to Altoona. Because Rojas already spen...
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