INDIANAPOLIS — He always had multiple months to forget during a season. Christopher Bostick might have had a few good months here and there, but not the consistency he felt he was capable of showing. Until last season. And it’s carried through into this season. Bostick was the Indianapolis’ MVP last season, hitting .294 and […]
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