Pirates Release Three Minor Leaguers
Nov18

Pirates Release Three Minor Leaguers

The Pittsburgh Pirates have released three minor league players, according to Baseball America’s transactions page. The three players who were released were Dan Grovatt, Lance Breedlove, and Dylan Child. The transactions report also has three signings, which were reported on Friday. Grovatt was drafted in the 11th round of the 2010 draft. He had a strong arm in the outfield, but had a questionable bat. He put up decent numbers...

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Minor Moves: Indianapolis Makes Room For Sanchez and Welker
Jun28

Minor Moves: Indianapolis Makes Room For Sanchez and Welker

A few minor league moves from the last two days, most of which are a chain reaction from the moves between the Pirates and Indianapolis. **Zack Thornton was assigned to Double-A after Duke Welker was optioned to Indianapolis. **With Tony Sanchez back in Indianapolis, Ali Solis has been assigned to Double-A. **Altoona sent Oscar Tejeda to Indianapolis, replacing Josh Harrison, who was called up today. **Further down in the minors,...

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2013 Jamestown Jammers Season Preview
Jun17

2013 Jamestown Jammers Season Preview

The 2013 Jamestown Jammers season begins today. Some of you may be wondering “Who are the Jamestown Jammers?” The Pirates used to have their short-season A-ball affiliate in State College. The contract with the Spikes ended last year, and the Spikes opted to sign with the St. Louis Cardinals. Thus the Pirates moved their short-season A-ball team to Jamestown. Everything is the same as it was with State College, except for...

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Minor Moves: Waldron, Townsend to the DL

The Altoona Curve have placed two pitchers on the disabled list in the last two days. Here are some other minor moves around the system. **Tyler Waldron was placed on the disabled list yesterday, retroactive April 21st, with a right shoulder injury. Waldron had a 5.40 ERA in 15 innings over three starts. His strikeouts were down early in the season about 2 K/9. **Jason Townsend has been placed on the disabled list with a right hand...

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Minor League Results: Dodson, Bell, Mathisen, Herrera

Zack Dodson Zack Dodson started off looking a little shaky Wednesday against the Phillies. But he quickly shifted to dominance. In a 3-2 win, very much a group effort, with Dodson the star of the show. His wildness got him into trouble in the early innings, but he mixed in a consistent fastball that topped out at 91 mph, throwing it 86-90 through four innings. 61 pitches later, he’d allowed just one run on four hits, with three...

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