INDIANAPOLIS — One day after throwing eight shutout innings, Steven Brault was running steps throughout the Victory Field seating area.
Up a row, down a row. Nothing fancy, just part of his routine and there’s no reason he’s going to change now. Not when he’s in the midst of a dominating stretch that is putting him on the cusp of getting back to the major leagues.
Plus, those monotonous steps play a key part into his success. But first, let’s look at the successes Brault has put on his resume for organizational management to consider:
**Brault’s 2.04 ERA is the lowest in the International League after throwing eight shutout innings against a prospect-laden Durham lineup.
**He’s only allowed nine earned runs over his last 10 starts.
**Brault’s ERA was 1.26 in May and 1.32 in ...
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