Pirates Release 2015 Schedule
Sep08

Pirates Release 2015 Schedule

The Pittsburgh Pirates have released their 2015 schedule, which can be seen below. The opening series will be in Cincinnati, followed by the home opener against the Detroit Tigers on Monday, April 13th. The Pirates will also host the Minnesota Twins, the Chicago White Sox, and the Cleveland Indians. They will visit Chicago, Detroit, Kansas City, and Minnesota. From a playoff and division standpoint, they don’t play the Cardinals...

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Carlos Munoz Named to the GCL All-Star Team
Sep05

Carlos Munoz Named to the GCL All-Star Team

The Gulf Coast League announced their post-season All-Star team today. The Pittsburgh Pirates had one player on the team, with first baseman Carlos Munoz getting the honors. Munoz hit for a .284/.377/.421 line in 197 at-bats this year, along with four homers and 15 doubles. The most impressive part of his game is that he had more walks (30) than strikeouts (16). This is actually the third year in a row that he accomplished this feat....

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The Jamestown Jammers are Relocating to Morgantown
Aug24

The Jamestown Jammers are Relocating to Morgantown

The Jamestown Jammers will be relocating to Morgantown next year, according to Mitch Vingle of the West Virginia Gazette. Vingle is hearing this from West Virginia University athletic director Oliver Luck. When the Pittsburgh Pirates moved to Jamestown for the 2013 season, we heard that this might lead to a move to Morgantown for the 2015 season. WVU was building a new stadium for their baseball team, which could also host a New...

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Two Altoona Curve Players Named to Season-Ending All-Star Team
Aug22

Two Altoona Curve Players Named to Season-Ending All-Star Team

The Eastern League has announced their season-ending All-Stars and two Altoona Curve players were named to the team. Catcher Elias Diaz and starting pitcher Adrian Sampson were the selections. Both players had breakout season this year and they were both recently promoted to Indianapolis. Sampson made 24 starts before his promotion. In 148 innings, he had a 2.55 ERA, with a 99:30 K/BB ratio, a .229 BAA, 1.05 WHIP and a 1.20 GO/AO...

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Pirates Losing Scout and Former Pitching Coach Mike Steele
Aug19

Pirates Losing Scout and Former Pitching Coach Mike Steele

The Pittsburgh Pirates will be losing Mike Steele, a scout that played a big role in the drafting of 2014 first round pick Cole Tucker. Kendall Rogers of Perfect Game reports that Steele will be going to Long Beach State University to be an assistant coach. .@LBDirtbags will officially announce the addition of @Pirates four-corners scout Mike Steele as assistant coach later today. #BigWest #LBSU — Kendall Rogers...

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2014 Pirates Draft Pick Suspended For HGH
Aug18

2014 Pirates Draft Pick Suspended For HGH

Pittsburgh Pirates 17th round draft Michael Clemens has been suspended 68 games after testing positive for HGH. The right-hander has been pitching this year for Bristol, where he had a 1.00 ERA over 18 innings in 13 appearances. The 21-year-old went to McNeese State and signed shortly after the draft. The total number of games in the suspension was explained in the link above by Danny Wild of MiLB.com: “Under the rules of the...

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