All posts tagged "Aaron Pribanic"

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    Five Errors Doom Power

    Sunday afternoon and evening action.... the GCL Pirates, as usual, are off today.

    Lexington Legends� 3,� West Virginia Power� 2 (box)

    Five errors by the Power, all in the infield, had the Power beating themselves this afternoon.� Starter Nate Baker pitched 6 innings for the Power, allowing just 2 hits and 2...

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    Baker Pitches 8 No-Hit Innings; Cayonez’s Perfect Afternoon

    Lots of action in the Pirates' lower minors on Tuesday, partly because of two double headers making up for the two postponements yesterday.

    West Virginia Power �7, �Hagerstown Suns �3 (box)

    Power starter Nate Baker pitched 8 no-hit innings tonight in Hagerstown, to earn his 6th win of the season. �He was not...

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    Marauders and Spikes Win Big

    Bradenton Marauders �11, �Ft. Myers Miracle �1 (box)

    The Marauders scored early, then poured it on with two late-inning rallies to take a big win over Ft. Myers tonight. �Starter Aaron Pribanic earned his 4th win for the Marauders with 6 innings of work, allowing one run on 7 hits, no walks,...

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    Spikes Lose Home Opener; Extra Inning Wins For Curve And Marauders

    Saturday's games for the Pirates' lower minor league affiliates

    Williamsburg Crosscutters �5, �State College Spikes �3 (box)

    A full house sell-out in State College went home disappointed tonight, as the Spikes lost their home opener. �The Crosscutters scored 2 runs off starter Zack Dodson in the 2nd inning, on a walk, a...

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    Latimore and Anderson Keep Hitting; Holden Stumbles

    The Altoona Curve have a scheduled day off today. �The State College Spikes are having a mini-camp this week, with the players in town and preparing to begin their season on Friday (June 18th). �Their tentative lineup is posted on the Rosters page.

    St. Lucie Mets �6, �Bradenton Marauders �5 (

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    Cunningham, Noris, and Baker Homer in Power Loss

    Some early games today in the lower minors:

    Asheville Tourists �11, �West Virginia Power �5 (box)

    All of the Power's scoring was done with home runs today, and even that wasn't enough to catch up to Asheville. �They did not score at all in the first 6 innings, despite getting a reasonable...

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    Gimenez Homers Twice; Anderson Is Player Of The Week

    Two morning games today in the Pirates' organization. �Pat Irvine was brought up from extended spring training to take the place of catcher Josue Peley, who was traded away a few days ago. �Irvine was the Pirates' 33rd round pick in the 2009 draft. �He played at State College for the second...

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    Triple Play For Curve; Barthmaier’s Season Debut

    Akron Aeros �5, �Altoona Curve �2 (box)

    The Curve turned the second double play in their history today, in an early game in Akron. �In the 6th inning, with reliever Derek Hankins on the mound,�Akron's LF Cristo Arnal led off with a single, and former Curve and Indy Indian C Miguel...

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    Curve Take Two From Erie

    Saturday evening wins for the entire Pirates' minor league system!

    Altoona Curve 8, �Erie SeaWolves 3 � �Game 1 (box)

    Altoona had a double-header, making up for a game that had been rained out back in April. �The Curve exploded out of the box with a 4-run 1st inning and never looked...

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    Marte To Have Hand Surgery; Hughes Is Pitcher Of The Week

    The Altoona Curve had a scheduled day off on Monday. �The West Virginia Power were rained out. �They will play two against the Delmarva Shorebirds on Tuesday, beginning at 6:05 pm.

    That leaves just the Bradenton Marauders playing on Monday evening. �First, a few updates:

    OF Starling Marte's visit to the hand surgeon in...

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