Kolten Wong is upset that the Tampa Bay Rays haven't called up his younger brother this season.

Kean Wong is batting .282 with nine home runs and 50 RBIs in 116 games for Triple-A Durham this season.

"He's just in a bad organization which doesn't give chances to guys who deserve chances," Kolten Wong said. "That's tough for him. He's a really good player, and not to have a chance is sad."

Kean Wong was named the Triple-A All-Star Game MVP for the International League in July. He was a fourth-round pick by the Rays in 2013, and this is his second season in AAA.

"The guy's done everything. He's been an All-Star. He's been an All-Star MVP. I think he's gone above and beyond for that organization to not have a chance," Kolten Wong added. "To do it in the biggest games and not get a nod ... it's a slap in the face to him. I had to talk to him and kind of keep him going. They called up a couple of guys that were below him [in classification]. They just kind of overlooked him. That's crazy for what he's done in his career."