Colin Moran quells concerns over hand injury by powering Pirates since his return from IL


was batting .297 with four home runs and 19 RBI in his first 32 games, so Pirates manager Derek Shelton worried the fracture of the left pisiform bone, located on the outer half of the base of his hand, would affect not only his swing but the grip strength of one of the Pirates’ top power bats. The injury hasn’t hindered the lefty-hitting Moran. (Pittsburgh Tribune-Review)

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Colin Moran quells concerns over hand injury by powering Pirates since his return from IL


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