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Brown debuts, AZL Indians win

GOODYEAR - Minnesota native Mitch Brown was on the bump for his first professional start on Monday night with his two sisters in attendance, and the Indians won 6-3 over the Reds.

Brown showed sharp stuff last night displaying his entire four pitch repertoire; a fastball that sat around 91 MPH topping out at 93, a changeup at 83, a breaking ball between 74-77 and a slider. Brown threw 24 pitches (16 strikes, 8 balls) and gave up three runs, just one earned, in his two inning pro debut. His secondary stuff was really impressive. In fact, Brown is really impressive—he’s a very mature kid and has poise on the mound.

In the first inning the home plate umpire blew a call as the Reds Wilfrel Estevez popped a sac fly to...

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