Yesterday, Stetson Allie made his pro debut with the State College Spikes. Today, fellow top pitching prospect Luis Heredia made his pro debut with the GCL Pirates. Heredia went up against the GCL Blue Jays, and allowed two runs on a hit and three walks in 2.2 innings, with no strikeouts. The 16 year old right hander started off strong, pitching two no-hit innings to start his career (he did allow a walk, and a runner reached on an error in the first).
Heredia ran in to trouble in the third. After getting two straight ground outs, he hit Angel Gomez with a pitch. Gomez then stole second and third (the Pirates don't seem concerned with holding runners on with their young pitchers at this point...last night Stetson Allie allowed a double steal, un...
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