It was a light day for Pittsburgh Pirates playing Winter ball on Tuesday, but there is news about a few noteworthy players that will be taking part in Winter ball this year.
Harold Ramirez will play Winter Ball in Colombia. (Photo Credit: David Hague)
Matt Hague went 1-for-3 with a run scored, leaving the game early, as his team lost 18-8. They gave up 17 runs in the first six innings, then sat most of their regulars. Hague is 5-for-15 so far, with a double and home run.
Leones del Escogido was rained out Tuesday night, so the Gregory Polanco show was put on hold for a day.
No Pirates players in the Venezuelan League played on Tuesday.
Andrew Lambo will play Winter ball in the Venezuelan League for Cardenales de Lara. He is scheduled to start playing sometime shortly after N...
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