The Dominican winter league had it's first full day of action on Saturday night. Pablo Reyes and Edwin Espinal made their first starts, while the rosters for the Dominican were finally released. Besides Espinal, Reyes and Jung-Ho Kang, four other Pirates were on active rosters, though that doesn't mean they will play. Edgar Santana, Montana DuRapau, Miguel Rosario and Anderson Feliz are also on current rosters. Other players could join rosters throughout the off-season.
Jung-Ho Kang played his second game. He went 1-for-4 Friday, driving in three runs. He had three plays in the field and committed an error over at third base. On Saturday, Kang went 0-for-3 with a walk. He drew that walk in the first inning, then grounded out to shortstop in the third, followed by strikeouts in the fifth...
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