The Winter League season is almost in full gear as the Dominican Winter League begins tonight. Also, the Veracruz League begins play as well. The Venezuelan League was in full gear last night, with four Pirates players getting into action.
Gregory Polanco begins his Winter League season tonight
Jose Osuna came in as a defensive replacement at first base in the eighth inning and didn't get a chance to bat. In three games, all off the bench, he has batted once.
Elias Diaz got his second start behind the plate for the Bravos de Margarita. He went 1-for-2 with a single before being lifted for a pinch-hitter in the seventh inning.
Jhonathan Ramos made his third relief appearance for the Bravos. He ended up with his second loss after giving up a solo homer in the seventh inning. Ramo...
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