In the Dominican from Saturday night, Gregory Polanco went 1-for-3 with a double, run scored, walk and RBI in his team's 8-2 loss. Polanco has reached base 54 times in 27 games and been on base at least once in all but one game. He now has 25 RBIs this Winter. Starling Marte is practicing with the Escogido team, but is not 100% healed from his hand injury. He has what is being called by the team, a finger injury. The team hopes to have him in action soon.
Marte hopes to make his Winter debut soon (Photo Credit: David Hague)
Polanco is the biggest name among Pirates players in the Dominican, but on Saturday he was overshadowed by Carlos Paulino, who was his teammate during the season at Altoona and Indianapolis. Catching against Polanco's team, he had a big night at the plate, going 3...
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