Marauders Win Fourth in a Row Thanks to Big Nights From Osuna, Kingham

The Bradenton Marauders didn’t get their fourth walk-off win in a row, but they did get their fourth win in a row. It wasn’t as dramatic as the last few games, with Bradenton taking an early lead and holding that lead through the end of the game. Nick Kingham got off to a rough start in the first inning, giving up two runs on three hits. He was up in the zone, and wasn’t executing his pitches when he got into two...

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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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Prospect Watch: Impressive Streak For Andrew Lambo

Top Pitcher: Eliecer Navarro, Top Hitter: Andrew Lambo, HR: Matt Curry

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Prospect Watch: Stolmy Pimentel and Eric Wood Continue Hot Starts

Top Pitcher: Stolmy Pimentel, Top Hitter: Eric Wood, HR: Stefan Welch, Eric Wood

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Prospect Trends: Some Fast Starts for West Virginia Hitters

The season’s first two weeks have produced some noteworthy performances in the Pirates’ farm system, both good and bad. It’s way too early to start drawing any conclusions from these performances, but it’s not too early to scope out some players who’ll be interesting to follow closely, either with enthusiasm or concern. The biggest extremes have come at West Virginia and Bradenton, as a number of the Power’s hitters have gotten off to...

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