Prospect Notebook: Tyler Glasnow, a Playoff Race, Allie and Close Game Woes
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Prospect Notebook: Tyler Glasnow, a Playoff Race, Allie and Close Game Woes

West Virginia got another good start out of Tyler Glasnow with the 19-year old right-hander striking out eight while allow just three hits with three walks and no runs allowed in four and two-thirds innings of work on Sunday. The West Virginia bullpen, however, would let in four runs in the sixth inning as the Power lost to visiting Hagerstown 4-1. Glasnow has only factored in one decision (a loss) in his last five starts and has not...

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Injury Update: Karstens Has Surgery

The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette’s Michael Sanserino tweeted earlier this afternoon that Jeff Karstens had surgery yesterday in Los Angeles. Jeff Karstens had rotator cuff and labrum surgery yesterday in Los Angeles. He can’t pitch for 10-12 weeks. #Pirates — Michael Sanserino (@msanserino) June 8, 2013 That means Karstens can not begin rehabilitation until late August or early September and could possibly miss the rest of the...

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Injury Update: Herrera Back Wednesday for West Virginia

Dilson Herrera was not in the West Virginia Power lineup on Tuesday after being hit by a pitch during the team’s recent road trip to Lakewood (N.J.), however he is not expected to miss any more time. “Dilson got hit in the shoulder in Lakewood so we gave him an extra day after the day off,” West Virginia manager Mike Ryan said. “He’ll be in there tomorrow.” Ashley Ponce took Herrera’s usual...

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Has Russell Martin been the Best Free Agent Signing?

You get the sense with this Pirates team that something is different. Sure, Pittsburgh has been rattling off wins at a near-record pace and appears poised to battle with St. Louis and Cincinnati all summer for positioning in the National League Central with the prospect of spot in the playoffs not seeming like a pipe dream. Those are all not the norm for the Pirates, but what has been the catalyst for the transformation from a good...

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Glasnow, Bats Lead Turnaround for West Virginia

In West Virginia’s recent history, being able to put a winning baseball team on the field while consistently preparing prospects for the next level has been a formula that has been hard to come by, that is until recently. The Power have one of the most talented rosters in the South Atlantic League with players like Stetson Allie, Josh Bell, Tyler Glasnow and Dilson Herrera calling Charleston home this summer. The team has ridden...

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