Hanson, Osuna, Polanco, and Garcia All Have Multi-Hit Games

It was a good all around night for the West Virginia Power tonight as they defeated the Lakewood Blueclaws by a 6-0 score. They had the attack of the lefties on the mound, going five innings with starter Mike Jefferson, followed by three from Zac Fuesser with the final inning covered by side-arm reliever Robbie Kilcrease. The bats were on, especially the four big name players on the roster, Alen Hanson, Jose Osuna, Gregory Polanco and...

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Indians’ Errors Give Pawtucket The Win

Pawtucket Red Sox  5,  Indianapolis Indians  3 (Box)   Two key errors committed by the Indianapolis Indians in the 5th inning all but handed the game to the Pawtucket Red Sox at Victory Field tonight.  The Pawtucket win gives the two teams a split of this 4-game series, but gives the Red Sox a 5-3 win in the season series.  Daniel Cabrera, whose last start lasted just one inning thanks to an untimely rain delay, pitched 5 innings...

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Altoona Wins Two With Great Performances From Irwin, Cumpton, and Curry

The Altoona Curve saw back-to-back solid starting pitching performances Friday night in Altoona for the doubleheader against New Hampshire. Right-handers Phil Irwin and Brandon Cumpton shined on the bump combining for just one earned run over 13.0 innings. First baseman Matt Curry drove in four runs on his 24th birthday in game two as the club took both games at People’s Natural Gas Field.   Phil Irwin Phil Irwin was...

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GCL Pirates Notes: Herrera, Allie, Lopez, Jhang, Herrand

The last two days I watched the GCL Pirates in action, seeing a lot of the new draft picks and a lot of the lower level guys in action. The Pirates won 5-1 today, thanks to home runs from Dilson Herrera and Luis Urena, along with good pitching from Cesar Lopez. Below are some notes on some of the players who stood out this afternoon, plus pictures of each player. Cesar Lopez - The Pirates signed Lopez out of Cuba for $600 K. At the...

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Leroux Shines In Spot Start, Reyes Back On The Mound

Indianapolis Indians 5,  Pawtucket Red Sox  1 (Box)   Indians’ pitcher Chris Leroux found himself on the mound to start a game for the first time this season, taking the place of Rudy Owens, who was traded to Houston this week.  Leroux pitched 5 scoreless innings to get the Indians off to a solid start in the game, and he eventually was credited with his first win of the season, as the Tribe beat the Pawtucket Red Sox at...

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Prospect Notebook: Casey Sadler Is a Sleeper Pitching Prospect

Casey Sadler’s progression in pro ball so far has matched his progression on the mound in college. In college, he began his career in the bullpen, then later moved to the rotation full time. Sadler was moved back to the bullpen once he turned pro, and has stayed there until this season. “It was a little frustrating at first, because everyone wants to be a starter,” Sadler said. The right-hander made one start in...

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