Pittsburgh Pirates Prospect Watch 8/18/10

INDIANAPOLIS INDIANS (AAA) GAME STORY Indianapolis beat Toledo 4-1.  Brad Lincoln (W, 7-3, 3.71) pitched seven innings, allowing a run on six hits, with one walk and six strikeouts.  Justin Thomas (2.70) pitched 1.1 shutout innings, allowing no walks and striking out two.  Jean Machi (4.03) pitched 0.2 innings, with one strikeout. Pedro Ciriaco (.304) went 3-for-5 with a run.  Erik Kratz (.294) went 2-for-4 with two doubles, a run,...

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Pirates Sign Luis Heredia

Today is the day that the bidding begins on top Mexican pitching prospect Luis Heredia.  According to Dejan Kovacevic, the Pirates are expected to reach an agreement today with Veracruz, the Mexican League team that owns Heredia’s rights. We’ve heard that the Pirates are favorites for Heredia, although that means very little until the player is actually signed.  Dejan reported a few days ago that the Pirates were strong...

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Tribe Takes Down Toledo 4-1

TRIBE TAKES DOWN TOLEDO 4-1 Lincoln Pitches Indians To Seventh Straight Win Over Mud Hens TOLEDO, Ohio — Starting pitcher Brad Lincoln limited Toledo to just one run on six hits in seven innings of work, while the Indianapolis Indians’ offense chipped in with three run-scoring doubles as the Tribe earned a 4-1 win over the Mud Hens on Wednesday night at Fifth Third Field. With the win, Indianapolis improves its record to 63-62...

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WV Power Post Game Report- 8/18/10

POST GAME REPORT Appalachian Power Park 601 Morris St. Suite 201 Charleston, WV 25310 www.wvpower.com DATE:  August 18, 2010 Final Asheville   10      West Virginia   6 HIGHLIGHTS: The West Virginia Power dropped their second straight game to the Asheville Tourists, falling 10-6 on Wednesday evening at Appalachian Power Park.  All nine Asheville players had at least one base hit and six different players drove in runs. The Tourists...

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Spikes Come Back, But Jammers End Up With 5-4 Decision

SPIKES COME BACK, BUT JAMMERS END UP WITH 5-4 DECISION BOX SCORE GAME LOG STATE COLLEGE, PA – Kelson Brown’s two-run double in the sixth inning put the State College Spikes ahead, but the Jamestown Jammers plated two runs themselves in the ninth to snatch the victory, 5-4, at Medlar Field at Lubrano Park on Wednesday night. State College (27-30) had taken the initial lead in the game, going out in front 2-0 through three innings....

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