ESPN host starts movement to send player hitting .161 to All-Star Game Reviewed by Momizat on . Prospect analysts believed Miami Marlins outfielder Lewis Brinson could one day develop into an All-Star, but they didn’t anticipate the accomplishment would be Prospect analysts believed Miami Marlins outfielder Lewis Brinson could one day develop into an All-Star, but they didn’t anticipate the accomplishment would be Rating:
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ESPN host starts movement to send player hitting .161 to All-Star Game

Prospect analysts believed Miami Marlins outfielder Lewis Brinson could one day develop into an All-Star, but they didn’t anticipate the accomplishment would be handed to him. If one ESPN radio host gets his way, the struggling Brinson will receive one of baseball’s highest honors this season. Brinson, 24, is hitting just .161, but that hasn’t stopped Dan Le Batard from taking up his cause.

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