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Midland Notebook: Life Without Choice

Choice is done for the year.

The Midland Rockhounds have been playing better baseball over the past two-and-a-half weeks, but the team will need to mount its run towards the post-season without one of the top prospects in the Texas League. Edward Isaacs updates us on the state of the Midland nine.

Team Overview Since starting off the second half of the Texas League at a disappointing 6-11 mark, the Midland Rockhounds have since gone 10-7. Before Sunday's game they were 16-18 overall, good enough for third place in the Texas League South Division (6.5 games back of first place Corpus Christi who is 23-12). Surprisingly, the Rockhounds have struggled in Citibank Ballpark during the second... Recommended Stories

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