All posts tagged "Chase D’Arnaud"

  • First Pitch
    First Pitch: Who Wants to Hit a Left-Hander?

    The Pittsburgh Pirates have a problem. The team has four spots on the field which could require a platoon, due to the fact that they have so many players who can't hit left-handers. The obvious player is Garrett Jones, who is established as a platoon player at this point. In his career,...

  • Analysis
    Pirates Pregame: Mercer’s Role and Hurdle on Strasburg

    Jordy Mercer will start at second base again today when the Pittsburgh Pirates host the Washington Nationals. Mercer, as many of you probably know by now, was called up Friday afternoon when Neil Walker was placed on the disabled list and hit what proved to be the game-winning home run in the...

  • Injury Updates
    Injury Notes: D’Arnaud, Garrett Jones, Tony Watson

    Here are a few injury updates from major league camp, along with a non-injury update. **Chase d'Arnaud, who is dealing with a sprained thumb, is going to have an appointment for an MRI soon. He has been looked at here in Bradenton, but the Pirates and d'Arnaud wanted to get a second opinion. **Garrett...

  • Injury Updates
    Injury Notes: Chase D’Arnaud, Anderson Hernandez

    Two injury updates from McKechnie Field this morning: **Chase d'Arnaud injured his left thumb during rundown drills this morning. He will be replaced today in the lineup by Ivan De Jesus Jr. D'Arnaud said it was too early to tell how serious the injury was, but that he didn't think it was...

  • Spring Training Coverage
    Spring Training 2013 Position Battles: The Bench

    With pitchers and catchers reporting today, and Spring Training starting up this week, we will be previewing the position battles to follow throughout the Spring. To keep track of the players who are in camp, and the updated status of each position battle, check out the 2013 Pittsburgh Pirates Spring Training Tracker....

  • Season Recaps
    2012 Indianapolis Indians Season Recap and Top 10 Prospects

    Indianapolis was one of the most successful teams in the Pirates' system this year, fueled by Starling Marte and a strong pitching staff. By the time the playoffs came around, all of the players who got them to the post-season had been promoted to the majors, which resulted in a first round...

  • Season Recaps
    Pittsburgh Pirates 2012 Season Recap: Shortstop

    After deciding to part ways with shortstop Ronny Cedeno, the Pirates upgraded the position defensively last November by bringing Clint Barmes in on a two year deal. The 33-year-old had a pedigree for an impressive glove at short, and provided a solid glove for the Pirates in 2012. The first two months...

  • 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...

  • Prospect Reports
    9th Inning Rally Falls Short, And Indians Are Done For 2012

    Charlotte Knights  6,  Indianapolis Indians  4 (Box)   The Indianapolis Indians’ 2012 season has come to an end, as they lost to the Charlotte Knights at Knights’ Stadium tonight.  The Knights won this best-of-five playoff series, 3 games to 1, and they will move on to face the Pawtucket Red Sox in...

  • Prospect Reports
    Indians Still Alive As Irwin Strikes Out 11

    Indianapolis Indians  8,  Charlotte Knights  0 (Box)   A tremendous start by pitcher Phil Irwin plus a 5-run 6th inning gave the Indianapolis Indians the boost they needed to win a do-or-die game over the Charlotte Knights tonight at Knights’ Stadium in the suburbs of Charlotte, NC.  Irwin pitched 7 shutout innings...

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