Originally Posted by lollipopcurve
I'd keep them in Billings and let them chase a championship. You could argue that that would enhance their development more than uprooting them to go play for a second-division club. You start to build a winning mentality right from the outset of their professional careers. Staying in the same league also allows them to see pitchers/hitters multiple times and start learning the cat-and-mouse game of making adjustments.
Agree. I see little benefit in a move to Dayton this late. If they are successful in winning the second half, Billings has to be the odds on favorite to win the Pioneer playoffs. That would extend the season and be a great experience for the players and the Billings fans as well.