All posts tagged "Tony Sanchez"

  • First Pitch
    First Pitch: Why the Pirates Shouldn’t (Have) Sign(ed) Russell Martin

    Earlier today I wrote my “First Pitch” article, titled “Why the Pirates Shouldn’t Sign Russell Martin”. I spent some time taking a deep look at Martin, and looking at the Pirates’ situation. I had it all set up to post at midnight. Then the Pirates signed Martin to a two year, $17...

  • Transactions
    Pirates Add Five to the 40-Man Roster

    Today was the deadline to protect players for the upcoming Rule 5 draft in December. The Pittsburgh Pirates added five players to the 40-man roster today. The new additions were Vic Black, Tony Sanchez, Phil Irwin, Ramon Cabrera, and Hunter Strickland. Sanchez and Black were the two obvious names from the list....

  • Season Recaps
    2012 Indianapolis Indians Season Recap and Top 10 Prospects

    Indianapolis was one of the most successful teams in the Pirates’ system this year, fueled by Starling Marte and a strong pitching staff. By the time the playoffs came around, all of the players who got them to the post-season had been promoted to the majors, which resulted in a first round...

  • Season Recaps
    2012 Altoona Curve Season Recap and Top 10 Prospects

    It has been awhile since I did a recap of the minor league teams. The last one I did was Bradenton. After that I got all the data together for the Altoona and Indianapolis recaps, then experienced something every blogger has experienced at some point in time. My computer was wiped, I...

  • Analysis
    An Early Look at the Results From the 2009 Draft

    An early look at the results around MLB from the 2009 draft.

  • First Pitch
    First Pitch: There’s No Reason to Bring Back Barajas

    Today we started the 2012 recaps of the individual positions, focusing on the 2012 season and a look ahead at future seasons and the prospects in the organization. The first position was a spot that will probably lead to a lot of discussion over the off-season, and that was the catching position....

  • Season Recaps
    Pittsburgh Pirates 2012 Season Recap: Catching

    The Pittsburgh Pirates backstops saw no lengthy injuries during the 2012 season, and they needed just two catchers for the entire season for the first time since 2000 (Jason Kendall and Keith Osik). The Pirates in 2011 used eight. Rod Barajas and Michael McKenry connected for 23 long balls. Only three National...

  • First Pitch
    First Pitch: The 2009 Draft Class Lacking Impact Talent

    Today we finished up the Bradenton Marauders recap, which means we’ve wrapped up all of the prep pitchers from the 2009 draft. There are still players from the 2009 draft to cover in the upper levels of the farm system. However, since a bulk of the draft was focused on those prep...

  • Prospect Reports
    Indians Fall To Knights In First Playoff Game

    Charlotte Knights  8,   Indianapolis Indians  1 (Box)   A busy first inning was all the Charlotte Knights needed to defeat the Indianapolis Indians at Victory Field tonight in the first game of the first round of the International League playoffs.  Knights’ starter Charlie Leesman dominated the Indians’ batters, allowing just one run...

  • Prospect Reports
    Indians Slug Out 16 Hits As Irwin Takes His 3rd Win

    Indianapolis Indians  11,  Louisville Bats  6 (Box)  (rain-shortened, 7.5 innings)   The Indianapolis Indians took the name of the Louisville ball park to heart this evening:  Slugger Field.  They slugged 16 hits for 11 runs to swamp the Louisville Bats.  The Indians scored in each of the first 6 innings, as every...

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