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 making his major league debut with the Pirates, appearing in 20 games. He hit higher than .300 in three months last season and picked up where he left off by hitting .315 to open this season.

He had hit higher than .300 in a month just five times in his previous four seasons.

“I would label last year as just a year that modeled the consistency that I hoped to bring to the table my whole career,” Bostick said. “I was able to put together a year where there...

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