Cody Dickson’s Turnaround in 2014 Due to a Common Pirates’ Minor League Focus
Sep10

Cody Dickson’s Turnaround in 2014 Due to a Common Pirates’ Minor League Focus

On the surface, 22-year-old left-handed pitcher Cody Dickson had a below average season in his first full year in Low A West Virginia. In 129 1/3 innings pitched, Dickson had a 3.90 ERA and a 1.50 WHIP, to go along with 58 walks and 108 strikeouts. But Dickson is another case in the Pirates system of a pitcher who struggled in the first half of season, only to see big improvements in the second half. In the first 3 months of the year,...

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Austin Meadows Was Impressive in His Short Time With West Virginia
Sep05

Austin Meadows Was Impressive in His Short Time With West Virginia

Austin Meadows progressed well in the short time he has had in Low-A West Virginia. A week before Spring Training, Meadows hurt his hamstring while working on his base running. Coupled with a setback to the injury in May, this injury caused Meadows to miss the first three months of the season. With the influx of outfield talent in the Pirates system, the organization took the opportunity to be patient with Meadows, and allow his...

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Josh Bell is the Pirates Prospects 2014 Minor League Player of the Year
Sep04

Josh Bell is the Pirates Prospects 2014 Minor League Player of the Year

The Pittsburgh Pirates had several top candidates for the 2014 Minor League Player of the Year award. The race ultimately came down to three players, with Josh Bell, JaCoby Jones, and Keon Broxton putting up the best numbers out of all of the full-season players. In the end, Bell was chosen as the Pirates Prospects 2014 Minor League Player of the Year, making this the fourth year in a row that an outfielder has won the award. The...

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Tyler Glasnow is the Pirates Prospects 2014 Minor League Pitcher of the Year
Sep04

Tyler Glasnow is the Pirates Prospects 2014 Minor League Pitcher of the Year

For the second year in a row, Tyler Glasnow has been named the Pirates Prospects Minor League Pitcher of the Year. Glasnow won last year after dominating the South Atlantic League with a 2.18 ERA and a 164:61 K/BB ratio in 111.1 innings. His numbers didn’t see much of a drop in his move up to High-A this year, with a 1.74 ERA in 124.1 innings, along with a 157:57 K/BB ratio. Glasnow saw a slight decline in his strikeout rate,...

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Marauders Eliminated From the FSL Playoffs
Sep03

Marauders Eliminated From the FSL Playoffs

The Bradenton Marauders have been eliminated from the Florida State League playoffs, losing 6-2 to Fort Myers tonight to drop their second game in a best of three series. The game was ultimately decided in the third inning, when Fort Myers scored all six of their runs. Shane Carle got the start, and threw two shutout innings before being roughed up in the third. Carle entered the inning with a 1-0 lead, but that quickly went away....

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Marauders Drop Game One as Tyler Glasnow Struggles With His Control
Sep02

Marauders Drop Game One as Tyler Glasnow Struggles With His Control

The Pittsburgh Pirates wanted to keep Tyler Glasnow in Bradenton this year, in part to get additional playoff experience. Tonight, Glasnow started the first game of a best of three series against the Fort Myers Miracle, and the experience didn’t go well. The right-hander gave up six runs on two hits and six walks in three innings, leaving with the bases loaded and no outs in the fourth inning. The Marauders ended up losing 8-7,...

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