Winter Leagues

Winter League Recap: David Bromberg Makes His Debut

Winter League Recap: David Bromberg Makes His Debut

As mentioned in the Venezuelan Winter League preview, the amount of Pittsburgh Pirates farmhands playing Winter ball will change throughout the year as players are added and dropped from the organization and some players either start their season later or end it sooner. Last night, two Pirates players made their debut, though neither was on an Opening Day roster just three days ago.

Sosa is playing Winter ball in the Venezuelan League for the first time

David Bromberg got the start for Navegantes de Magallanes and went 4.1 innings in his team's victory. He allowed  three runs(one earned) on six hits, two walks and he struck out two batters. Bromberg spent most of the 2013 season with Altoona, going 6-12, 3.51 in twenty starts and six relief appearances. He also made two starts with I...

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Winter Leagues

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