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Union Leader

Grant Lavigne's promotion to Double-A is an NH homecoming too

MANCHESTER — The Colorado Rockies gave Grant Lavigne an early homecoming. The first baseman from Bedford had his flight booked for a few weeks from now to come home and see his family. Lavigne updated those flight plans after he learned Colorado called him up to Double-A Hartford earlier this week.
BEDFORD, NH
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Union Leader

Roger Brown's State of Sports: Grant Lavigne learning from one of the best

IF BEDFORD’S Grant Lavigne needs advice about playing first base or has a question about his approach at the plate, he can turn to someone who excelled at both. Todd Helton, a first baseman with the Colorado Rockies for 17 seasons, retired in 2013, but rejoined the Rockies’ organization as a special assistant to general manager Bill Schmidt in April. Helton, a five-time all-star, four-time Silver Slugger and three-time Gold Glove winner, was in uniform giving advice to players on the Spokane (Wash.) Indians’ roster during a recent series against the Hillsboro Hops.
BEDFORD, NH
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Evergreen State Gazette

Grant Lavigne homers, Spokane Indians down Everett in series finale

After losing the first two games of the second half, the Spokane Indians broke out in a big way on Sunday. Grant Lavigne went 2 for 3, punctuating the offense with a two-run homer, and the Indians beat the Everett AquaSox 8-2 in the finale of a six-game High-A Northwest League series at Avista Stadium.
SPOKANE, WA
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roxpile.com

Spokane Indians: Drew Romo, Grant Lavigne dazzle to start the season

The Spokane Indians (the High-A affiliate for the Colorado Rockies) stumbled out of the gate to start the 2022 season as they faced the Vancouver Canadians (the High-A team for the Toronto Blue Jays) at home to start the season and they lost two of the three games. The Indians...
SPOKANE, WA
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Colorado Rockies prospects: No. 22, Grant Lavigne

22. Grant Lavigne (141 points, 15 ballots) Grant Lavigne’s profile is buoyed by draft pedigree (42nd pick overall in the 2018 draft, over-slot $2 million bonus) and plate discipline (career 14.1% walk rate). The 6’4”, 220-pound, 22-year-old righty-throwing, lefty-hitting first baseman had a tremendous debut offensive season in 2018 (160 wRC+) but has yet to approach that performance in full-season ball.