Minor Moves: Pirates Release Three More Minor Leaguers
Jul04

Minor Moves: Pirates Release Three More Minor Leaguers

I posted some of the minor league moves earlier this morning, but there have been more moves and a few more players released in the lower levels of the system this afternoon. Here are the latest moves: **Chris Lashmet was released. Lashmet had a .198/.295/.274 line in 106 at-bats this year for the Marauders. He’s a big guy at 6′ 4″, 230 pounds, but never used that size to hit for power, with a career .307 slugging...

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Prospect Watch: Pirates Farm System Combines For 15 Home Runs On the Day

Top Pitcher: Robby Rowland, Top Hitter: Alex Dickerson, HR: Brett Carroll, Jared Goedert, Tony Sanchez, Jerry Sands, Ivan De Jesus, Chase d’Arnaud, Andrew Lambo, Jarek Cunningham (2), Alex Dickerson (2), Jacob Stallings, Chris Lashmet, Stetson Allie, Max Moroff

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Bradenton Marauders Riding a Wave of Walk Off Victories

The Bradenton Marauders have now had three straight walk off victories. On Friday night, Alen Hanson came up in the bottom of the ninth inning with one runner on and the score tied at 5-5. Hanson had given up two errors in the top of the ninth inning, which cost Bradenton a two run lead. He made up for the errors, lining a triple off the wall in right to score Elias Diaz from second and win the game. On Saturday the Marauders won in a...

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Marauders Finally Win a Game, Sampson Looks Much Better This Time

The Bradenton Marauders finally won their first game of the season, beating the St. Lucie Mets 4-3. Bradenton had several chances to win a game over the last week, but blew a lot of those chances. Yesterday they threw the game away with six errors. Today the play was much better all around, with good pitching, timely hitting, and not as many errors on defense. Adrian Sampson got off to a rough start in the first inning, giving up two...

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The Marauders Defense Has Been Pretty Offensive So Far

The Bradenton Marauders have a lot of offensive talent. They feature Alen Hanson and Gregory Polanco, the two biggest breakout players from last season. They’ve got Jose Osuna and Willy Garcia, guys who have just as much talent as Hanson and Polanco, but didn’t put up the ridiculous numbers. Dan Gamache was a sixth round pick who hits for average and gets on base. The offense is there. The defense? So far it has been...

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