All posts tagged "Logan Pevny"

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    Homers By Marte, Rodriguez, Cunningham, And Rojas

    Catching up with the action for the Pirates' lower minor league affiliates for Thursday....  several home runs


    Trenton Thunder 8 ,   Altoona Curve  6


    A 3-run homer by CF Starling Marte and a solo blast by SS Josh Rodriguez were not enough to...

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    Curve Finally Score; Spikes Lose in 12 Innings

    Saturday's action in the Pirates' lower minor league organization... being thrown out at the plate seemed to be a recurring theme....

    Harrisburg Senators  3,  Altoona Curve  1


    The Curve out-hit the Senators 8-4, but could only force one run across the plate, though that was...

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    Allie’s Pro Debut; Miller’s 5th Win; GLC Pirates Begin

    The Altoona Curve have a scheduled day off today (Monday), and the West Virginia Power are off for the first day of their All-Star Break.  The All-Star Game will be played in Delmarva on Tuesday, with Brandon Cumpton, Jameson Taillon, and Dan Grovatt representing the Power.  


    Auburn...

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    2011 Prospect Watching: Heredia, Pevny, Kingham, Weidman

    Moving on to look at some of the pitchers in the Pirates' minor league organization, going generally from the lower levels to the upper levels.  

    Luis Heredia --  R/R,  6' 6", 185 lb
    Heredia is the 16-year-old Mexican phenom prospect, who was signed last year.  He received the...

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    Irwin: 7 No-Hit Innings; Marauders Drop Two

    A few roster notes:� RHP Teddy Fallon and LHP Justin Ennis were both promoted from State College to West Virginia.� Fallon was the Pirates' 43rd pick in the 2009 draft, and Ennis was the 33rd round pick in this year's draft.� RHP Tom Boleska has been promoted from Bradenton to Altoona.

    Altoona's Bryan...

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    Fireworks in Altoona and State College; Kleis and Pevny Debut

    Saturday with the Pirates' lower minor league teams...

    Altoona Curve� 18,� Harrisburg Senators� 15 (box)

    The booming you might have heard was thunder, and it came from the ballpark in Harrisburg.� These two teams combined for 34 hits and 33 runs, and 20 of the hits belonged to the Curve.� Every non-pitcher in...