Pittsburgh Pirates Projected Super Two Players Following the 2013 Season
Sep05

Pittsburgh Pirates Projected Super Two Players Following the 2013 Season

MLBTR released the updated estimate of this off-season’s Super Two date, which is 2.121 years of service time. If you’re unfamiliar with years of service time, that reads as two years and 121 days. If you’re unfamiliar with Super Two status, it means that anyone with 2.121 years or more, but less than three years of service time would be eligible for arbitration as a Super Two player, rather than being a league...

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First Pitch: How Tyler Glasnow Set the Bar Way Too High This Year
Sep05

First Pitch: How Tyler Glasnow Set the Bar Way Too High This Year

Tyler Glasnow posted a 36.3 K% this year, which is one of the highest marks in baseball in a long time.

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Is Gerrit Cole Starting to Realize His Potential?
Sep04

Is Gerrit Cole Starting to Realize His Potential?

Anyone who expected Gerrit Cole to come up and immediately be an ace was setting themselves up for disappointment. That can certainly happen, but stories like Jose Fernandez are the exception, and not the rule. In most cases, a guy comes up and needs to adjust to the majors before realizing his potential. One of the big concerns with Cole is that he will never be an ace. Part of that is probably just left-over fear remaining from the...

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Pirates End the Losing Streak on Travis Snider’s Home Run
Sep04

Pirates End the Losing Streak on Travis Snider’s Home Run

81 wins. The Pirates haven’t reached that level since 1992. And after 20 years of losing, they’ve finally ended the losing streak in the most unlikeliest of ways. Travis Snider came up big in the top of the ninth inning, hitting a solo homer, which was his fourth of the year, and giving the Pirates a 4-3 lead and their eventual streak ending 81st win of the season. Just like it was drawn up when the Brad Lincoln trade was...

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Pirates Notebook: The Growth of Cole
Aug30

Pirates Notebook: The Growth of Cole

Gerrit Cole lost his seventh start of the season last night against the Milwaukee Brewers, and runs his record to 2-7 after he started the year 4-0. Cole threw seven and one-third innings, and allowed four runs (three earned) on 10 hits and a walk, while striking out four. While Cole took the loss, the outing last night may have been one of the most encouraging from 2011′s No. 1-overall selection among the 14 he has made thus...

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