All posts tagged "Stetson Allie"

  • Prospect Notebook
    Prospect Notebook: Taillon and Allie Results, McPherson to the DL

    Jameson Taillon and Stetson Allie started on opposite teams in an intrasquad game today at Pirate City. Both right-handers pitched in to the fifth inning, and finished with 70 or more pitches. Taillon had a dominant outing, going up against the high-A lineup. He threw five innings, allowing a run on two...

  • Season Previews
    2012 West Virginia Power Season Preview

    The 2012 West Virginia Power will feature one of the most interesting teams to watch in the Pittsburgh Pirates' minor league system this year, with a lot of high upside prospects at the level. The team will open with three top ten prospects in Josh Bell, Stetson Allie, and Nick Kingham. High...

  • Spring Training Coverage
    Stetson Allie Has Improved Command, But Will He Ever Start?

    Developing prospects is a process that takes time. Because the process takes time, it requires patience. In some cases, you have to have an imagination, looking ahead to what a player could eventually become, rather than focusing on the recent results or what that player currently looks like. However, in most cases...

  • Prospect Notebook
    Prospect Notebook: Taillon Hit Hard, Allie Walks Five, Paulino’s Cannon

    Top pitching prospects Jameson Taillon and Stetson Allie took the mound today for their first starts at Pirate City this Spring. Both pitchers struggled in different ways, with both leaving their starts early in the fourth inning of action. Taillon was hit hard throughout the start. In the first inning he gave...

  • Analysis
    First Pitch: Stetson Allie’s Improved Command

    Earlier today I posted a stat line on Stetson Allie from yesterday's outing. If you're wondering where this new and improved Stetson Allie came from, well then you probably weren't paying much attention to what I was saying about Allie starting at the end of last year. Ironically, the first time I...

  • Analysis
    Yesterday’s Results: Jameson Taillon and Stetson Allie

    Jameson Taillon and Stetson Allie were on the road yesterday, which means I didn't get a chance to watch them make their starts. I did, however, get their results. Taillon went three innings, allowing no runs on one hit, with no walks and five strikeouts. He threw 41 pitches, and was 94-96...

  • Spring Training Coverage
    Prospect Notebook: Situational Pitching

    After two weeks of watching bullpen sessions, live batting practice, fielding drills, and every other activity that wasn't a game, I was looking forward to the start of the schedule in minor league camp. That schedule started today, with the first three days listed as camp days. Usually that means intrasquad games...

  • Analysis
    Keith Law’s Top 10 Pirates Prospects

    Law has Zack Dodson rated higher than any other outlet. Along with his top 100 prospect list, Keith Law has released his top ten prospects for each team. The list for the Pittsburgh Pirates starts out in the exact order as order in the top 100 list. Gerrit Cole comes in first,...

  • Analysis
    Pittsburgh Pirates 2012 Top Prospects: #8 – Stetson Allie

    The Pirates Prospects 2012 Prospect Guide will be released later this week, featuring over 250 prospect reports, the 2012 top 50 prospects, a feature on the top four pitching prospects in the system, and the most comprehensive coverage of the Pirates' farm system that you can find.  While the top 50 prospects...

  • Top Stories
    Underscoring the Value of Home Grown Ace Potential

    The Pirates have 4 pitchers in their system right now that profile as #1 ace-level pitchers, something they have not been able to cultivate through their system in a very long time.

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