Pittsburgh Pirates Prospect Watch 4/14/10

The prospect watch returns for a day, but will take another break until Saturday.  I’ll be heading back up to Pennsylvania tomorrow, visiting family and going to the Pirates game on Friday.  Just like earlier this week, I’ve already got posts scheduled to go up, just no prospect watch due to my limited access to the internet over the next two days. INDIANAPOLIS INDIANS (AAA) Indianapolis won 3-0 against...

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Pittsburgh Pirates Prospect Watch 4/10/10

This will be the last prospect watch for a few days.  I’ll be going out of town tomorrow, and won’t be able to do a recap until Tuesday or Wednesday night. INDIANAPOLIS INDIANS (AAA) Indianapolis got their pitching under control tonight, winning by a score of 4-3 against Columbus.  Donald Veal was the starter, pitching five innings and allowing two runs on five hits.  Veal only walked two batters, and struck...

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Pittsburgh Pirates Prospect Watch 4/9/10

INDIANAPOLIS INDIANS (AAA) Indianapolis won a high scoring affair against Columbus, winning by a 14-12 final.  Pedro Alvarez homered twice for the Indians, getting his second and third homers of the season in just his first 9 at-bats.  Erik Kratz and Jonathan Van Every also homered for the Indians.  Kratz left after after catching a pitch, and was replaced with Luke Carlin.  Indianapolis announcer Scott McCauley...

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Pittsburgh Pirates Prospect Watch 4/8/10

The 2010 minor league season kicked off tonight, and thanks to everyone who stopped by for the Opening Day Live blog.  A big thanks to Jim from North Side Notch for all of the updates from the various games.  Let’s recap each performance. INDIANAPOLIS INDIANS (AAA) The Indians had an ugly game, losing 17-4 to the Columbus Clippers, the AAA affiliate of the Cleveland Indians.  The highlight of the night was Pedro...

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Pittsburgh Pirates Prospect Watch 9/10/09

Lynchburg Hillcats vs Wilmington Blue Rocks The Lynchburg Hillcats won a great pitching matchup tonight, beating the Wilmington Blue Rocks 1-0 to take game two of the best of five series, tying the series up at 1-1. Rudy Owens made the start, and was fantastic, with six shutout innings, four hits allowed, one walk, and six strikeouts. The line was especially impressive considering the Wilmington lineup featured Eric Hosmer and Mike...

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Pittsburgh Pirates Prospect Watch 9/9/09

Lynchburg Hillcats vs Wilmington Blue Rocks The Lynchburg Hillcats lost the first game of their best of five series against the Wilmington Blue Rocks, losing by a score of 7-1. Justin Wilson had a strong start, but ran in to trouble, giving up four runs in the second inning. Three of those runs were unearned, thanks to errors from Jordy Mercer and Alex Presley. Overall, Wilson went five innings, allowing four runs (one earned) on six...

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