Prospect Notebook: Looking Deeper at Another Group of Breakout Players in West Virginia

We are two weeks into the season, and once again it looks like West Virginia is the team to watch for breakout performers. The offense currently has four regulars with an .800 OPS or better. Other guys on the roster have potential and talent, but don’t have the numbers yet. It’s still early in the season, so some of those numbers could come up in a hurry. I’ve talked about the basic numbers a lot in the early part of...

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Prospect Trends: Some Fast Starts for West Virginia Hitters

The season’s first two weeks have produced some noteworthy performances in the Pirates’ farm system, both good and bad. It’s way too early to start drawing any conclusions from these performances, but it’s not too early to scope out some players who’ll be interesting to follow closely, either with enthusiasm or concern. The biggest extremes have come at West Virginia and Bradenton, as a number of the Power’s hitters have gotten off to...

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Top Performers: Stetson Allie’s Power Wasn’t the Most Impressive Thing This Week

Below are the top Runs Created* totals in the Pittsburgh Pirates’ farm system from the last week. The rankings include every hitter who had an at-bat for a Pirates’ minor league affiliate, not including DSL teams, and with no limitations on whether the hitter has prospect eligibility. Players who spent time at different levels are counted multiple times, once for each level, rather than combining their stats. Notes on the...

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Prospect Watch: Tony Sanchez Shows Some Offense, Stetson Allie Keeps Hitting

Top Pitcher: Tyler Waldron, Top Hitter: Tony Sanchez, HR: Brett Carroll, Jared Goedert, Andy Vasquez, Jose Osuna, Raul Fortunato

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Prospect Watch: Perfect Night For Herrera, Two More Homers From Allie

Top Hitter: Dilson Herrera, Top Pitcher: Stolmy Pimentel, HR: Brett Carroll, Brandon Inge, Stetson Allie (2), Eric Wood, Dilson Herrera, Raul Fortunato

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