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Indy stars earning their MiLB stripes

With a plethora of independent players getting the call from MLB clubs, it's always a fun to take a step back and check up on their progress.

Josh Wilson, a veteran infielder with eight years of MLB experience and 19 total years under his belt, became the first York Revolution player to sign a minor league contract this year. After signing with the Revs to return for a second season, the Texas Rangers scooped up the sure handed infielder and assigned him to Triple-A Round Rock where he proceeded to hit .329 in 22 games. On June 1, his contract was purchased by the Cleveland Indians and immediately assigned to Triple-A Columbus. In 32 games with the Clippers he's batting .200 with two home runs and five RBI. Overall, Wilson's batting .258 with 6 home runs and 21 RBI.

Bridgeport's Moran K's his way to the Dodgers

29 games was all the Los Angeles Dodgers needed to realize that Bridgeport Bluefish LHP slinger, Brian Moran was their guy. The signed him to a minor league deal on July 15.

Moran’s been doing this for a long time and should be no stranger to the process. Since being drafted by the Seattle Mariners in the 7th round of the 2009 MLB June Amateur Draft from University of North Carolina, he’s spent the majority of his career within the Seattle Mariners organization making it all the way up to Triple-A.

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