First Pitch: There’s No Reason to Keep Andrew Lambo in Altoona

At the start of the 2013 season, the Pittsburgh Pirates had a lot of options in the outfield. They had to make some difficult cuts at the end of Spring Training, cutting the hot hitting Alex Presley and Felix Pie in favor of Jose Tabata and Travis Snider. The outfield in the majors had some major question marks. Starling Marte wasn’t established, and Snider and Tabata had both seen their prospect stock fall. With question marks...

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Prospect Watch: Polanco, Bell, and Lambo Homer; Liriano Makes Last Rehab Start

Top Pitcher: John Kuchno, Top Hitter: Gregory Polanco, HR: Jared Goedert, Andrew Lambo, Gregory Polanco, Josh Bell, Max Moroff

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Prospect Watch: Cole and Pimentel Have Good Starts, Lambo and Garcia Homer

Top Pitcher: Gerrit Cole, Top Hitter: Darren Ford, HR: Darren Ford, Andrew Lambo, Willy Garcia

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Stetson Allie is the Pirates Prospects Player of the Month For April

Each week we run our “Top Performers” series, looking at the best pitchers and hitters from the previous week. This year we will also be recapping each month in order to award the Pitcher and Player of the month. Below are the top Runs Created* totals in the Pittsburgh Pirates’ farm system from the month of April. The rankings include every hitter who had an at-bat for a Pirates’ minor league affiliate, not...

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Prospect Notebook: Vasquez, Curry, and Lambo leading the Altoona offense

The Curve lost their best hitter when Adalberto Santos went down with a hip injury April 15, and the offense has struggled for noticeable spells in the early season.  Santos returned Tuesday night, so there is some optimism he’ll be able to pick up where he left off prior to his injury. Andy Vasquez has been the team’s best hitter over the past ten games putting up a .417/.432/.556 line, followed by Matt Curry’s .316/.381/.500. ...

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