INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. - Between Pittsburgh and Indianapolis, Rodolfo Castro has provided some thump with the bat this year.
In 81 games between the big leagues and Triple-A, Castro has 10 home runs, 12 doubles, and a pair of triples.
Castro has shown power and a low average from the middle infield throughout his career. When he was sent down to Indianapolis in June, he was focused on the other side of the ball.
“I came down here with a clear idea that I needed to keep working on my defense," Castro said through the translation of manager Miguel Perez. “I have had some success in the past, and I think defense is what got me up there. I have created a routine a few years ago, and I try to keep working on it. The effort is something that I came down to focus on.”
In his stint in Pitt...
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