Luis Heredia Activated From the West Virginia DL
Jun04

Luis Heredia Activated From the West Virginia DL

Luis Heredia has been activated from the West Virginia disabled list. Heredia will return to the rotation tonight after missing about two months with shoulder soreness. Heredia only has one real start this year, which he made on April 6th. He threw five innings, giving up four runs on six hits, with two walks and three strikeouts. In his next start, he threw one pitch, then left the game with soreness in his shoulder. That led to...

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Minor League Schedule: Luis Heredia Returns to West Virginia Rotation Tonight
Jun03

Minor League Schedule: Luis Heredia Returns to West Virginia Rotation Tonight

Today’s Starters: Jay Jackson, Joely Rodriguez, John Kuchno, Luis Heredia

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Injury Updates: Luis Heredia, Jameson Taillon, Austin Meadows
Apr22

Injury Updates: Luis Heredia, Jameson Taillon, Austin Meadows

On Sunday, Pittsburgh Pirates’ General Manager Neal Huntington spoke with the media, and gave a few updates on some of the injured prospects in the system. **Luis Heredia is currently on the disabled list with right shoulder discomfort. He was pulled from a start over a week ago after throwing one pitch, then was placed on the DL two days later. “We just worked through the inflammation in that shoulder and he’s making good...

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Luis Heredia Placed on the West Virginia DL
Apr14

Luis Heredia Placed on the West Virginia DL

Luis Heredia has been placed on the West Virginia disabled list, per a West Virginia press release. Heredia left his last start after throwing one pitch, leaving with right shoulder discomfort. Last night a West Virginia coach said that it wasn’t major, and that he was experiencing soreness. Elbow injuries and Tommy John surgery get the most attention, but those are pretty standard, and not a big deal in the long-term. Shoulder...

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Week In Review: Gregory Polanco is On Fire; More Minor League Injuries
Apr14

Week In Review: Gregory Polanco is On Fire; More Minor League Injuries

The second week of the MLB season saw the Pittsburgh Pirates go 2-4, putting them at 6-6 overall at the end of the week. The loss to the Milwaukee Brewers today marks the first time the Pirates have been at .500 since April 19th of last season. They started last year 6-6 as well. The offense struggled this week, leading to a lot of calls for Gregory Polanco to come up. Meanwhile, in the minor leagues, the injuries continued. Here are...

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