Pittsburgh Pirates Prospect Watch 7/5/09

The Prospect Tracker is updated with tonight’s games. AAA The Result: Indianapolis won both games of a double header against Louisville, winning 1-0 in the first game, and 5-3 in the second game. -Daniel McCutchen got his seventh win of the season in game two, going 5 innings with 6 hits, 3 runs (2 earned), four strikeouts, and no walks. Other Game Notes: Ian Snell pitched a complete game (7 IP) shutout in game one, allowing...

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Pirates Notebook: The classic debate

I mentioned some thoughts on the Nyjer Morgan for Lastings Milledge trade rumors Friday night. Since that point I’ve been thinking about the non-baseball aspect of the deal. There are two opinions on the trade rumors from what I can tell. One side wants Milledge because he’s a talented player that could be an upside over Morgan if he puts it all together. The other side doesn’t want Milledge because he is considered...

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Recapping Ian Snell's Comments

If you haven’t already, I recommend you check out the comments made by Ian Snell in this audio file from the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. I was shocked at the comments made by Snell. In short, the whole interview came across as childish, and leaves no doubt in my mind that the problems with Snell’s inconsistent performances are entirely on him, more specifically, his head. Here is a recap of my thoughts on the above audio...

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Pirates Notebook: Lynchburg Hillcats Pics

My wife and I recently got a new bedroom set. So today at 7 AM I woke up to get ready and go pick it up with my dad. We got there at 9:30 AM, and for the next seven and a half hours we were moving furniture: new bedroom set to my house, old bedroom set to my parent’s house, other old bed room set to another bed room, then final old bedroom set to my garage, which is kind of like the “Designated for Assignment” area....

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Pirates Notebook: Jose being Jose

The Pittsburgh Pirates may have a losing record so far this season, but overall, it’s been a nice year for the future of the organization. That was especially evident tonight. Brad Lincoln made a very nice start in his debut at AAA. Pedro Alvarez hit his first homer at AA, carrying over the power we saw in Lynchburg. And in the majors, Andrew McCutchen continues living up to his top prospect hype. I got to thinking about a few...

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