All posts tagged "Chase D’Arnaud"

  • Game Recaps
    Game 160 Recap: Presley, Alvarez Drive Home Three Each in Win

    The Pirates and Brewes engaged in an offensive battle. The pitching was porous and sloppy. Only one of the 17 runs that was scored came on a dinger. The Pirates outlasted the Beer Men in the end as the home team left 13 men on base. The see-saw battle began early on....

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    Game 159 Recap: Willis Pitches, Hits Reds to Victory

    There were a couple of failures in this one. James McDonald was looking for his tenth win on the year. The Pirates were on the cusp of a sweep. Neither happened as Dontrelle Willis pitched well and broke a tie with a two run double in the sxith. Cincinnati was on McDonald...

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    Game 153 Recap: Lincoln, Bucs Blasted by Dodgers

    That was ugly. No question. The Dodgers bombed Pirate pitching for 15 runs and 23 hits. Chad Billingsley cruised through five leisurely innings while Brad Lincoln didn’t get out of the second inning. Lincoln started off with a shaky first. Dee Gordon tripled to lead off. Jamey Carroll’s ground ball out scored...

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    Game 152 Recap: Lilly, Loney Topple Pirates

    There have been a couple of consistencies in 2011. The offense has struggled. Combine that with the youth and injuries and we’ve seen a number of additions and subtractions to the roster. Matt Pagnozzi’s appearance made him the 52nd player to don the Bucco jersey in 2011. Ted Lilly allowed four hits...

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    Game 150 Recap: Ohlendorf Pitches, Powers Bucs to Win

    Ross Ohlendorf made the case for the rotation in 2012 (there will be a lot to sort through Spring Training) with a fantastic seven inning effort. The Pirates batted around in a four run second with Ohlendorf poking his first homer and accounting for three of the tallies. It looked troublesome early...

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    Game 149 Recap: Bats Quiet in 82nd Loss

      In the same way that Don Henley once wrote, “Nobody on the road. Nobody on the beach. I feel it in the air. The summer’s out of reach,” a .500 season is officially out of reach for the Pirates. Edwin Jackson beat the Pirates and Charlie Morton this afternoon. Pittsburgh scored...

  • Analysis
    Nancy Zinni’s 2011 Indianapolis Indians Recap Part One

    Matt Hague made good use of that bat in 2011 The Indianapolis Indians finished the season with a team batting average of .263.  This is remarkably consistent with their team batting averages for the past few years -- .262 in 2010, 2008, and 2007, .and 260 in 2009.  While the team was...

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    Fryer’s Clutch Hitting Gives Indians A Walk-Off Win

    Indianapolis Indians 3,  Columbus Clippers  2 Eric Fryer had the walk-off hit for the Indians' win.     With two outs and two runners in scoring position in the bottom of the 9th, and the Indians trailing the Clippers 2-1, C Eric Fryer came through with a line drive...

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    Pirates Recall Alex Presley, Chase d’Arnaud

    The Pittsburgh Pirates have activated outfielder Alex Presley and infielder Chase d'Arnaud from the 15-day disabled list, and have recalled each player from AAA Indianapolis.  To make room on the 25-man roster, the Pirates have optioned Pedro Ciriaco and Aaron Thompson to AAA. The move is expected, as we heard last night...

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    Figueroa’s Tribe Debut Spoiled By Clippers

    Columbus Clippers  2,  Indianapolis Indians  1 Nelson Figueroa signed a minor league contract yesterday. The newest member of the Indians, pitcher Nelson Figueroa, made the start tonight at Victory Field, but suffered the loss despite a solid debut performance.  Figueroa pitched 7 innings, in his first game since August...

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