Mel Rojas Jr had an RBI  double on Sunday, shown below. Between Altoona and Indianapolis this season, he has a .299/.378/.439 slash line in 114 games. Rojas has played five seasons in the Pirates system since being drafted in the third round in 2010. He has set career highs this year in RBIs, homers and walks and will likely end up with more hits, total bases and runs, plus finish with his highest average, slugging percentage and OBP. The good part about his season is that he has basically put up the same stats with Indianapolis as he did while with Altoona. The only slight concern might be his strikeout total since moving to AAA, once every four at-bats. That is more in line with his career average, as opposed to what he was doing with Altoona this year, striking out just 34 times in 195 ...

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