Carter Bins reworks swing and discusses Triple-A adjustments

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. - While his batting average has not been ideal in 2022, Carter Bins is on pace for career highs in doubles and home runs.

The Indianapolis catcher is batting .198/.286/.383 with six homers in 189 plate appearances.

Bins, who was acquired in the Tyler Anderson trade last July, is also closing in on a career high in games played. Overall, he is pleased with the quality of play this season.

“[The swing] feels really good,” Bins said. “We’ve been playing some really good ball, but I’ve just been on the wrong end of things at times.”

Additionally, as noted by Cody Potanko in February, Bins is trying to put a new swing into game action.

“We put in a lot of work this off-season,“ Bins said. “It was a good thing for me to kind of just, I don’t wanna say reinvent m...



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We’ll see what another season in AAA will do for him, but he better show results fast with Sabol and eventually Davis there next season.


Now with endy at AA, going to be some significant catching competition coming up

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