Tribe Hitting Mashes Past Dodgers
GOODYEAR-The AZL Indians made three errors on Friday night, but their offense was able to bury the defensive woes as they slugged 12 hits and defeated the Dodgers with hit parades in the 4th and 6th innings. Righty Mitch Brown started with an entire fan club in attendance as his extended family made the trek out to Arizona to see the second rounder in his fourth pro start. While Brown has showed better command in his previous starts, it was good to see him compete the way he did despite not possessing his pinpoint control last night.
In talking with Brown, he said working his offspeed more and trying to get more comfort with the secondary stuff is the biggest part he's been working on. "The biggest difference between pro and high school hitters is the tools, their ability to catch up to the velocities. In high school, I could blow fastballs by more guys, so obviously there's better all around competition here," Brown said. "Here, it's more about...
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