Roster musical chairs continue and Cesar Hernandez still doesn’t have a seat. Ken Giles moves on up to LHV where he will have to prove that the control is for real and learn to not pitch up in the zone as much (more AAA than AA hitters will crush or lay off those pitches). Kyle Simon gets another crack at AAA after finding some control in 6.1 AA innings. Colton Murray finally gets past Clearwater. Murray is missing less bats this year, so we will see how he holds up against better hitters. Reid Brignac is a former top prospect (Top 100 2006-2009, #17 in 2006), he is coming off a hot week in AAA and could provide more offense to the bench than Freddy. Freddy Galvis needs to relearn how to be productive both in the field and at the plate, there is talent, but he hasn’t really had consistent playing time in 2 and a half years. Shawn Camp will now be looking for a new job.