All posts tagged "Nick Kingham"

  • Schedule
    Minor League Schedule: 4/11/13

    Today's starters: Kyle McPherson, Casey Sadler, Nick Kingham, Orlando Castro

  • Prospect Reports
    Nick Kingham Gets Too Comfortable With His Fastball In Marauders Loss

    Nick Kingham got off to a good start early in his high-A debut. He retired his first nine batters in order, getting three strikeouts in the process. Kingham was in total command, allowing only one ball to leave the infield, and getting a lot of ground ball outs. Then the right-hander ran...

  • Schedule
    Minor League Schedule: 4/5/13

    Today's Starters: Gerrit Cole, Casey Sadler, Nick Kingham, Clay Holmes

  • Spring Training Coverage
    Pirate City Results: Holmes, Kingham, Oliver, Escobar

    Elvis Escobar hit his third homer in two days. Today was a camp day at Pirate City. They held intra-squad games, with Indianapolis taking on Bradenton and West Virginia taking on the extended Spring Training group. The matchups were more even than it seems. The pitchers from each level threw for the...

  • Prospect Notebook
    Prospect Notebook: Hafner Having Success With New Slider; Kingham and Fuesser Pitch Well

    Hafner allowed just one hit and no walks in two innings The Pirates took on the Blue Jays in three lower level minor league games.  The two class A squads hooked up, while the teams added a rookie level game. The high A game featured Nick Kingham, although he didn't start.  Jared...

  • Prospect Notebook
    Prospect Notebook: A Look at Nick Kingham’s Constantly Increasing Velocity

    Nick Kingham was sitting 93-95 MPH through two innings today. Nick Kingham pitched his first game today against the New York Yankees minor league system. Kingham started the Double-A game, going two innings while allowing three runs on four hits with a walk and two strikeouts. The right-hander ran into some trouble...

  • Prospect Notebook
    Prospect Notebook: Looking at a Few 2013 Breakout Candidates

    In 2012 the Pittsburgh Pirates featured two of the biggest breakout players in all of minor league baseball. Gregory Polanco and Alen Hanson both had huge seasons, propelling each hitter onto national top 100 lists. During Spring Training last year, I identified Hanson and Polanco as breakout candidates, after watching them for...

  • First Pitch
    First Pitch: The FanGraphs Reports, and Luis Urena as a Sleeper

    Over the last month, Kiley McDaniel has been posting some great reports over at FanGraphs. I’ve been retweeting them on Twitter, but keep forgetting to link to them in the nightly First Pitch column. So here are links to all three reports, with some thoughts on each one. Gerrit Cole The first...

  • Prospect Rankings
    Pittsburgh Pirates 2013 Top Prospects: #10 – Nick Kingham

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  • First Pitch
    First Pitch: A Few Cases of Increased Velocity, and the More Important Skill

    Today I wrapped up the West Virginia Power 2012 season recap. The three lowest levels in the farm system are now complete, which covers a lot of the young pitchers in the system. It also covers a lot of the guys who fall under the “projectable frame” category. You might see that...

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