Minor League Schedule: 7/18/12

Luis Heredia will get the start tonight for State College. His last start was covered here , one in which he picked up his first win of the season. We also had live coverage of his first, second and third starts of the year. West Virginia has off today. Both Bradenton and Indianapolis play early afternoon games today, while the GCL Pirates play a doubleheader. A full recap of yesterday’s games can be found here. Triple-A: Indianapolis...

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Luis Heredia Good, Spikes Bats Better in Blowout Victory

Luis Heredia picked up his first win of the season as the Spikes drubbed the Staten Island Yankees 11-2 to finish off a three-game sweep. Heredia was not as sharp as some previous outings, but he still managed only one earned run in five innings. The Spikes offense benefited from two big innings, scoring four in the second and another four in the sixth. Every Spikes starter contributed in some way with either a hit, run scored, or...

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Minor League Schedule: 7/13/12

Luis Heredia will get his fifth start of the season tonight. He has allowed either zero or one earned run in each of his first four starts this season. West Virginia was rained out yesterday. They will play a doubleheader today consisting of two 7-inning games. No starter for game two of the doubleheader has been announced yet. A full recap of yesterday’s games can be found here. Triple-A: Indianapolis (57-35) vs Columbus (46-46)...

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Minor League Schedule: 7/7/12

Luis Heredia gets the start tonight for State College. All three of his previous starts were covered here live and can be read here. (Game one, game two, game three) Justin Wilson gets the start tonight for first place Indianapolis. He has been dominating of late, with three out his last four outings each resulting in six innings pitched with one hit allowed. Kyle McPherson returns to the mound. He was originally due to start Tuesday...

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Pirates Have Six in John Sickels’ Top 120

John Sickels of Minor League Ball has released his mid-season top 120 prospect list today, and ranks six Pittsburgh Pirates prospects in the first 77 spots. The rankings don’t include 2012 draft picks, so you won’t find Mark Appel on there. They have also been adjusted to remove guys who have exceeded their rookie eligibility, or are currently in the majors and on pace to exceed that eligibility. The top Pirates on the...

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