All posts tagged "Brock Holt"

  • Prospect Notebook
    Prospect Notebook: The Other Guys From the Hanrahan Trade

    Joel Hanrahan was placed on the disabled list in Boston yesterday with right forearm tightness. I’ve pointed out in the past that the Hanrahan trade is looking good, simply because of how Hanrahan’s value has plummeted, Mark Melancon has rebounded to a top reliever, and Stolmy Pimentel has gotten off to a...

  • Analysis
    Why the Joel Hanrahan Trade is a Good Move

    The Joel Hanrahan trade was completed today, with Hanrahan and Brock Holt going to Boston. The Pirates received four players in the trade: Jerry Sands, Mark Melancon, Stolmy Pimentel, and Ivan De Jesus Jr. Here are my thoughts on each player in the deal, and the overall trade. From the Pirates Joel...

  • Season Recaps
    2012 Altoona Curve Season Recap and Top 10 Prospects

    It has been awhile since I did a recap of the minor league teams. The last one I did was Bradenton. After that I got all the data together for the Altoona and Indianapolis recaps, then experienced something every blogger has experienced at some point in time. My computer was wiped, I...

  • Analysis
    An Early Look at the Results From the 2009 Draft

    An early look at the results around MLB from the 2009 draft.

  • Season Recaps
    Pittsburgh Pirates Season Recap: Second Base

    Neil Walker was the steady glove at second base for the majority of the season. He appeared in 101 of the first 103 games over the first four months before an injury forced Walker to end his 2012 season early. Walker was diagnosed with a herniated disc in his low back, which forced his...

  • First Pitch
    First Pitch: The 2009 Draft Class Lacking Impact Talent

    Today we finished up the Bradenton Marauders recap, which means we've wrapped up all of the prep pitchers from the 2009 draft. There are still players from the 2009 draft to cover in the upper levels of the farm system. However, since a bulk of the draft was focused on those prep...

  • Analysis
    Holt’s Whirlwind Season Gives Him Opportunity to Finish in the Bigs

    Brock Holt stands at just 5' 10" and 170 pounds, but don't let his size fool you of the drive that he has. "Isn’t that the beauty of this sport?," Manager Clint Hurdle said. "That he’s overachieving, but maybe he’s not because everybody else’s expectations of what’s successful should be, or what...

  • Analysis
    First Pitch: Can Brock Holt Play Shortstop?

    The most popular question I saw on Twitter tonight was "How many different movie titles, song titles, or Arrested Development references can we make using Brock Holt's name?" The second most popular question was "Can Brock Holt play shortstop?" Brock Holt(!) is off to a great start to his pro career, hitting...

  • Pirates Notebook
    Pirates Notebook: Holt, McCutchen Pick Up Four-Hit Nights

    Since Brock Holt joined the big league club, the infielder has created a spark at the top of the lineup. Holt picked up two hits in his first big league start, and came back even better on Wednesday at PNC Park. With Holt being able to get on base, it put more...

  • Pirates Notebook
    Pirates Notebook: Home Runs Hurt McDonald; Holt Gets First Major League Start

    Miller Park is a hitter friendly ballpark, and the ball was flying out of it on Sunday afternoon. There were a total of eight home runs combined between the two teams, four of them from the Milwaukee Brewers chased James McDonald from the game in just the third inning. McDonald was impressive...

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