With an extremely slow day in Winter League action on Sunday, now is a good time to catch up on all of the Pittsburgh Pirates players who are taking part in leagues around the world. During our daily updates, we normally cover players that were in the Pirates system at the end of the 2013 season and are still free agents, such as Ivan De Jesus Jr. and David Bromberg, but all of the players mentioned below are still in the Pirates system.
Gregory Polanco leads the DWL in OPS
We start with the Dominican, where the Pirates top prospect has been tearing up the league, but has also missed some time with illness. Gregory Polanco has been strong all season in the DWL, except when it comes to staying on the field. Early in the year, he missed four days with the flu and then he missed this en...
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