All posts tagged "Brad Lincoln"

  • Analysis
    Pirates Focus on Short Term and Long Term Help at the Deadline

    The Pittsburgh Pirates were connected to a lot of big names throughout the month of July, in their search to find help for their run at contending in 2012. Names like Chase Headley, Justin Upton, Hunter Pence, Shane Victorino, and even Billy Butler were mentioned in connection with the Pirates. But when...

  • Analysis
    Brad Lincoln – Yankee Hunter

    By now you've read that the Pirates are allowing Brad Lincoln to explore the wonders of Yonge Street and Casa Loma in Toronto in exchange for giving Travis Snider the opportunity to eat at Primanti's and gape in awe at Fallingwater. My snap reaction is that I would have loved this trade...

  • Top Stories
    Pirates Trade Brad Lincoln to Toronto for Travis Snider

    The Pittsburgh Pirates have acquired outfielder Travis Snider from the Toronto Blue Jays in exchange for right-hander Brad Lincoln. The 24-year-old Snider was Toronto’s first round selection in the 2006 First Year Player Draft and made his Major League debut with the Blue Jays in 2008. The left-handed hitter entered tonight’s action with a.235...

  • Analysis
    Pirates Shuffle the Rotation With the Addition of Rodriguez

    Wandy Rodriguez joined the Pittsburgh Pirates on Thursday and was acquainted with his new team. A strange situation for the left-hander, who was acquired from the Houston Astros on Tuesday in exchange for three prospects, and was officially added to the Pirates roster. Rodriguez arrived to Minute Maid Park just like had for the...

  • Analysis
    Pirates Considering Spot Starters in the Month of August

    Jeff Locke is one of the arms being considered for spots starts in August. With a tough stretch coming up for Pittsburgh in the month of August, the Pirates are considering several options in order to keep their starting staff fresh. After an off day on August 2nd, they will play 20...

  • Pirates Notebook
    Pirates Notebook: Burnett Continues to be the Ace of the Staff

    When the Pittsburgh Pirates acquired A.J Burnett from the New York Yankees on February 19 this spring, the veteran right-hander had an opportunity to join a young ball club and become the ace of the staff. And that’s what he continues to do start after start after start. “I’ve never had a 35-year-old ace...

  • Pirates Notebook
    Pirates Notebook: Who Says the Bucs Don’t Have Power?

    Entering game action on Wednesday, Andrew McCutchen (.531 avg, 1.594 OPS) and Neil Walker (.490 avg, 1.357 OPS) were ranked No. 1 and No. 2 in the Majors in the month of July in average and OPS. But despite those two combining to go 0-for-8 on the day, Pittsburgh was still able...

  • News and Rumors
    How Much Trade Value Does Brad Lincoln Have?

    Yesterday, Rob Biertempfel reported that Arizona and San Diego had some degree of interest in Brad Lincoln for deals for Justin Upton and Carlos Quentin. Lincoln has been putting up strong numbers this year, mostly out of the bullpen, although he's also shown the ability to start, if needed. He's got five...

  • Prospect Notebook
    Pirates Notebook: Alvarez Continues Hot Hitting in Day Games; Lincoln, McCutchen Updates

    After Pedro Alvarez stepped to the plate with the bases loaded and two outs on Friday, the third baseman ripped a bases clearing double to right field off St. Louis starter Adam Wainwright to tie the game up at 5. Alvarez has been red hot over his last two weeks, going  17-for-47 (.362)...

  • Analysis
    Brad Lincoln Showing the Stuff to Close

    Image Credit: Pittsburgh Pirates Since the Pittsburgh Pirates decided to move Brad Lincoln back into the bullpen after making five starts in the rotation, the right-hander has been nothing but impressive. The former first round pick by Pittsburgh continues to be an asset for the club in any role in 2012, but...

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