All posts tagged "Brandon Inge"

  • Podcast
    P3 Episode 1: The Bullpen, Snider, and a Nick Kingham Interview

    As I mentioned last night in First Pitch, we will be doing a weekly podcast this year, providing major league and minor league analysis each week. The podcasts will include analysis from several Pirates Prospects writers, plus an interview with a player in the system. Before I get to the contents of...

  • Game Recaps
    Pirates Shut Out Phillies 2-0 as Pitching Continues to Thrive

    If Jeff Locke was pitching to save his spot in the rotation… he is well on his way. Locke put together the best start of his brief Major League career Tuesday night to tack on another outing to a strong run of Pirates’ pitching. After some early hiccups, Locke recorded outs on...

  • Transactions
    Brandon Inge Activated and Starting at Third Tonight

    Brandon Inge has been activated from the DL and is starting at third tonight. The Pittsburgh Pirates have activated third baseman Brandon Inge, and have him in tonight's lineup at third base. Inge was recently on a rehab assignment in Indianapolis, batting for a .150/.320/.283 line in 60 at-bats. The Pirates are...

  • Analysis
    Pirates Pregame: Irwin’s Debut, Inge Update, Phillips Returns for Reds

    Phil Irwin will make his major league debut today for the Pittsburgh Pirates, the club announced this morning. Irwin won 29 games in five seasons of minor league competition, and while wins and losses are not necessarily a good barometer for the developmental process in the minors, Pirates manager Clint Hurdle said Irwin's presence...

  • Transactions
    Pirates Recall Irwin, Option Josh Harrison to Triple-A

    Phil Irwin is officially today's starter. The Pittsburgh Pirates have recalled Phil Irwin from Triple-A, and have optioned Josh Harrison to Triple-A. They've also officially announced Irwin as today's starter. Since Irwin is a spot starter, I'd expect him to go back down after the game, with a position player coming up...

  • Prospect Reports
    Indians Split Doubleheader in Columbus

    A single pitch separated the Indianapolis Indians from twin shutouts at Columbus’ Huntington Park on Saturday evening: Kris Johnson’s sixth-inning offering to Clippers’ designated hitter Matt Carson in game one of the International League doubleheader. Carson connected with Johnson’s middle-of-the-plate fastball and drove it over the left-field wall, turning a 1-0 deficit...

  • Prospect Watch
    Prospect Watch: Perfect Night For Herrera, Two More Homers From Allie

    Top Hitter: Dilson Herrera, Top Pitcher: Stolmy Pimentel, HR: Brett Carroll, Brandon Inge, Stetson Allie (2), Eric Wood, Dilson Herrera, Raul Fortunato

  • Transactions
    Giants Claim Hunter Strickland

    The San Francisco Giants have claimed minor league pitcher Hunter Strickland off waivers today. He was added to the Pirates 40 man roster this off-season, but he was designated for assignment recently when the Pirates added Jonathan Sanchez and Brandon Inge to the 40 man roster. On Friday, the Toronto Blue Jays...

  • Injury Updates
    Inge, Morton, Liriano and Karstens to DL

    The Pittsburgh Pirates have officially placed third baseman Brandon Inge and pitchers Jeff Karstens, Francisco Liriano and Charlie Morton on the 15-day disabled list. With these moves the 25 man rosters is officially set for Opening Day tomorrow. The Karstens move is retroactive to March 22nd, while Inge is retroactive to March...

  • Spring Training Coverage
    Brandon Inge Makes The Team, But Could Start on the DL

    Brandon Inge made the team today. After committing to Jonathan Sanchez for the Opening Day roster, the Pittsburgh Pirates made a commitment to Brandon Inge for a roster spot. The team had until noon today to make a decision on Inge, or allow him to walk as a major league free agent....

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