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Pirate City — 3/19

Pirate City — 3/19

Another pair of A-ball games today, this time against the Phillies.  The highlight without a doubt was Nick Kingham, who threw four impressive innings apart from a brief glitch at the start of his last inning.  I didn't see the first inning, which went 1-2-3, but Kingham consistently hit 93-94 with very good command in the second and third innings, allowing just an unearned run.  He threw a few curves, most of them looking sharp.  He seemed a little off at the start of the fourth, throwing only 90 and allowing a 2-run HR on an 84-mph pitch that appeared to be a flat slider, but he rallied quickly, went back to throwing 93 and retired the next three hitters.  I think Kingham will be a must-see for those who can make it to West Virginia Power games this year.

The other starter, Tyler Waldro...

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