Minor League Schedule: 6/22/12

Two days after Gerrit Cole made his AA debut, and one day after Luis Heredia made his season debut for State College, Clay Holmes will pitch his first professional game for State College. He signed for $1.2mil after being picked in the ninth round of the 2011 amateur draft. A full recap of yesterday’s games can be found here. Triple-A: Indianapolis (44-29) VS Scranton-WB (40-34) 7:15pm Probable starter: Justin Wilson (5-4 3.62)...

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Pirates Notebook: Is Lincoln at Risk of Being Replaced in the Rotation?

Prior to the game on Sunday afternoon at Progressive Field, Pirates General Manager Neal Huntington said the plan was to keep Brad Lincoln in the rotation until Jeff Karstens returned from the disabled list. That, however, was before Lincoln lasted just 3.1 innings and gave up four runs to the Tribe. After the game, Manager Clint Hurdle didn’t indicate whether the plan was to still stick with Lincoln in the rotation for one more...

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Clement’s Homer Boosts Pitchers’ Combined One-Hit Game

Indianapolis Indians  2,  Charlotte Knights  0 (Box)   Two RBI by 1B Jeff Clement accounted for all of the Indians scoring this afternoon, as the Indians earned a split of this 4-game series in Charlotte.  The Indians’ pitchers also had a brilliant game, allowing only one hit in this shut-out.  The win went to reliever Daniel McCutchen, who pitched one inning in his first rehab start with the Indians.  Tim Wood earned his...

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Minor League Schedule: 6/17/12

Bradenton is off today, the last day of their All-Star break. They resume their schedule Monday. West Virginia begins their All-Star break after today’s game. Alen Hanson, Gregory Polanco and Matt Benedict were all chosen for the South Atlantic League All-Star game, which will be played Tuesday night. State College and the GCL Pirates open their schedule tomorrow. A full recap of yesterday’s games can be found here. Triple-A:...

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Wilson Dominates As Indians’ Bats Explode

Indianapolis Indians  16,  Rochester Red Wings  0 (Box)   Those booming noises you heard tonight were coming from Victory Field in Indianapolis.  The Indians pounded out 17 hits on their way to 16 runs, beating the Rochester Red Wings in the largest shut out ever at Victory Field.  Every Indian batter who came to the plate scored at least one run, and all but one put up at least one hit.  CF Starling Marte and RF Brandon Boggs...

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