Tyler Glasnow Earns Second Straight FSL Pitcher of the Week Award
Aug18

Tyler Glasnow Earns Second Straight FSL Pitcher of the Week Award

Tyler Glasnow has won his second straight Florida State League Pitcher of the Week award, this one for the week of August 11-17. Glasnow made two starts during the week, throwing a total of 13.1 innings, with 18 strikeouts and just one run allowed. On the season, he has a 1.43 ERA in 113.1 innings, with 140 strikeouts and a .167 BAA. Glasnow won the previous week’s award with 11 strikeouts over six shutout innings. Earlier in...

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Tyler Glasnow Expects to Remain in Bradenton the Rest of the Season
Aug18

Tyler Glasnow Expects to Remain in Bradenton the Rest of the Season

Tyler Glasnow has been phenomenal this year. On the season he has a 1.43 ERA in 113.1 innings, with 140 strikeouts and 55 walks. The 140 strikeouts not only leads the Pittsburgh Pirates’ minor league system, but is the best in the organization this year, with Francisco Liriano’s 123 (in 114.1 innings) ranking second. On May 28th, Glasnow really started picking up the pace. He struck out 12 batters in 5.2 shutout innings...

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First Pitch: Is Tyler Glasnow the Top Prospect in the Pirates’ System?
Aug18

First Pitch: Is Tyler Glasnow the Top Prospect in the Pirates’ System?

We rank prospects on this site twice a year. The biggest set of rankings comes in the off-season, which we release in the annual Prospect Guide. We also release a mid-season update. The mid-season version is usually pretty close to the pre-season rankings, since there usually aren’t too many changes to a player’s prospect status over two months. The key to the mid-season update is to see where the new draft picks fall in,...

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Prospect Watch: Tyler Glasnow Touches 98 MPH in Latest Dominant Start
Aug18

Prospect Watch: Tyler Glasnow Touches 98 MPH in Latest Dominant Start

TOP OF THE SYSTEM A look at how the current top 20 prospects did today. ┬áNote that this list doesn’t include players currently in the majors. If a player is in the majors, he will be removed, everyone below him will be shifted up a spot, and a new player will be added to the bottom of the list. If a player is out for the season (Jameson Taillon #1, Clay Holmes #12), he will be removed and everyone below him will move up a spot....

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Morning Report: Why Minor League Playoffs Matter
Aug17

Morning Report: Why Minor League Playoffs Matter

Most of the time we say that minor league records don’t matter, and that’s mostly because it doesn’t give you a sense of how good the farm system can be. Back in the Littlefield era, the Pirates would win league titles and have nothing to show for it down the line because they stacked the teams with older players who were too good for the level, but not good enough to be considered true prospects. That approach...

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