Thirteen Pirates Prospects Rank Among Best At Their Positions
Feb22

Thirteen Pirates Prospects Rank Among Best At Their Positions

Baseball America released their position-by-position rankings of minor league prospects and thirteen Pittsburgh Pirates players made the cut. Right-handed pitchers and outfielders, as well as catchers, are all spots that are well-represented with Pirates prospects. Jameson Taillon was tops among Pirates right-handed pitchers, coming in at tenth place. Showing how deep the minors are in RHP, Tyler Glasnow was ranked 20th overall.  Nick...

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Keith Law Releases His Top Ten Pirates Prospects
Jan31

Keith Law Releases His Top Ten Pirates Prospects

Keith Law wraps up his prospect rankings this week with his top ten prospects for every NL team. Here is his list of NL Central top ten prospects, along with the write up on the players for ESPN Insider subscribers. The top seven prospects went in the same order that Law had them listed in the top 100. Gregory Polanco was first, followed in order by Tyler Glasnow, Jameson Taillon, Austin Meadows, Nick Kingham, Alen Hanson, and Josh...

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First Pitch: Who Can Be Invited to Spring Training?
Jan10

First Pitch: Who Can Be Invited to Spring Training?

Earlier today I was asked a question on Twitter about Spring Training. The first part of the question could have been answered easily on Twitter. The second part required more explaining, and would have made a good article. I decided to go with both questions for tonight’s article as a change of pace. For one, article topics are hard to come by this time of year. Also, I’m going tonight with some friends to try a deep...

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Injury Notes: Jones, Inman, Burnette, Brewer, Mathisen
Jan08

Injury Notes: Jones, Inman, Burnette, Brewer, Mathisen

Providing a few updates on some injuries that occurred last season… **JaCoby Jones went down with a knee injury in July, and missed the rest of the season. He didn’t return from instructs, but I’ve been told that he should be good to go for Spring Training. I’ve also been told that there isn’t any long-term concern with his injury that should restrict where he plays on the field. Jones split time between...

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Andrew Lambo Looking Better at First Base Today
Jan08

Andrew Lambo Looking Better at First Base Today

Last night I wrote that Andrew Lambo was having problems in a drill where the infielders were skipping balls in the dirt, trying to get them past him. The drill was done once again today, and Lambo looked much better. A key difference between the two days was that yesterday players were throwing as hard as they could, and throwing wild intentionally, trying to skip a ball past Lambo. As I mentioned, Travis Ishikawa handled the same...

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