All posts tagged "Travis Snider"

  • Game Recaps
    Pirates Use Four-Run Inning To Knock Out Sanchez, Win 5-3

    Moe Szyslak: Okay, punching isn’t your thing. But that’s okay. You’re not that kind of fighter. What you’re gonna do is stand there while your opponent gets exhausted from over-punching. Homer Simpson: Then I can just push him over. Moe: That’s right, and if the ref’s not looking, you can kick him...

  • Game Recaps
    Pirates Attack Edwin Jackson Early In 4-2 Win, Sweep Cubs

    Only Mother Nature could stop the Pirates’ offensive barrage on Edwin Jackson. In the first two innings, the Bucs smacked six hits and brought in four runs on the opposing starting pitcher, en route to a 4-2 Thursday afternoon victory and sweep over the Chicago Cubs. While Jackson struck out six batters,...

  • Pirates Notebook
    Pirates Notebook: Snider’s Slam Swing Sustains Strong Start

    Maybe Brad Lincoln hits a pinch-hit home run if you give him a chance. Travis Snider did so to lead the Pirates to a 5-4 victory Tuesday, all a part of a successful 2013 campaign with the Pirates after being swapped for Lincoln. His approach has been strong this season: swinging at...

  • Analysis
    Snider’s Grand Slam Explodes Twitter, Or Does It?

    I think one of the great things about the way we use technology to follow sports is the ability to take a step back and observe the way the masses react to memorable moments. In the case of Travis Snider's grand slam in the sixth inning of the Pirates' 5-4 win against...

  • Game Recaps
    Travis Snider’s Grand Slam Lifts Pirates to 5-4 Win

    On a night that was hot, then rainy, then blustery, Travis Snider’s swing was the real force of nature. Snider didn’t start against right-hander Matt Garza, but the Cubs bullpen arrived for the 6th inning and he took some cuts in the batting cage to get ready to pinch-hit. The situation: bases...

  • Pirates Notebook
    Pirates Notebook: Jeff Karstens Talks Rehab, Role With Team

    Pitcher Jeff Karstens threw a bullpen session Tuesday afternoon in his continued rehabilitation back to the Major Leagues. Karstens is scheduled to make another rehab start Thursday or Friday. In his last start Saturday for Altoona, Karstens gave up two hits and two walks for two unearned runs in the first innings,...

  • Game Recaps
    Pirates Win Series on Locke’s Sharp Start, Alvarez’s Homer

    It’s a negative that the Pirates could only score eight runs in three games against the Houston Astros, baseball’s worst run-preventing team. It’s a negative that that they could only crack open four total hits on average starting pitcher Lucas Harrell, and needed 15 hitters Sunday to hit the ball out of...

  • Pirates Notebook
    Pirates Notebook: Andrew McCutchen Scratched From Lineup

    What a two months it has been for Starling Marte. The Pirates left fielder has evolved from a potential-packed-but-raw leadoff hitter to a possible All-Star. Marte was set to have a day off before the team’s scheduled off-day Monday, but Andrew McCutchen is a late scratch due to right knee soreness, so...

  • First Pitch
    First Pitch: Should Jose Tabata Be the Everyday Right Fielder?

    Jose Tabata has been better against right-handers than Travis Snider so far. Photo Credit: David Hague So far this season the Pittsburgh Pirates have been using Travis Snider most of the time against right-handers. However, when a lefty is on the mound, Snider is on the bench. On the season Snider has...

  • Game Recaps
    Snider Goes Swimming as Pirates Pound Brewers 7-1

    Let’s not mince words. The Pirates¬†pummeled¬†Milwaukee on Thursday. It was a strange game, to say the least. Just to give you an idea of how strange I’ll share this note I jotted down during Pittsburgh’s four-run sixth inning. “Pedro Alvarez stole a base. Clint Barmes smashed an RBI off the wall. Justin...

Pirates Prospects is an independent media outlet, and is in no way affiliated with the Pittsburgh Pirates, their minor league affiliates, Major League Baseball, or Minor League Baseball.

Copyright © 2015 Pirates Prospects