Daily Archives: July 19, 2011

Pittsburgh Pirates Prospect Watch 7/19/11

TOP OF THE SYSTEM A look at how the current top 10 prospects did today.  Note that this list doesn't include players currently in the...

Game 95 Recap: McDonald, Bullpen Shutout Reds

The Pirates and Reds played another tight game. James McDonald and Mike Leake were both effective. The Pirates managed a single run. The Reds...

Neal Huntington on Three Pirates Needs

Neal Huntington was on MLB Network Radio, and told Jim Bowden that the team is looking to add a starting pitcher, a bullpen arm,...

Bullpen Rumors: Uehara, Grilli, Bell, Adams, Qualls

Three bullpen rumors this afternoon, since it seems like the Pirates are serious about upgrading that area of the team: -Ken Rosenthal reports that the...

Pirates Prospects 7/19 Radio Appearances

I will be on TribLIVE radio today at 3:20 discussing the trade deadline, and some of the content that has been on the site...

Hunter Pence and the 2008 Rays

Remember back before the 2011 season started, when the Pittsburgh Pirates were coming off a 57-105 season, easily making them the worst team in...

Reader Submission: Altoona Curve Player Reports

The following is from reader Dave Morris, who saw the Altoona Curve vs Erie Seawolves series this past weekend, and submitted his thoughts to...

Daily Prospect Profile: Evan Chambers

Last night, Evan Chambers had a big game, going 3-for-3 with two walks and two homers.  The center fielder, taken in the third round...

Minor League Schedule: 7/19/11

For an in depth review of yesterday's games please check out our minor league wrap-up which can be found here. West Virginia has off...

Game 94 Recap: Bucs Alone in First Place After Defeating the Reds

Chase d’Arnaud led the Pirates to their 50th win of the season with sparkling defense and aggressive baserunning, and four Pirates pitchers combined to...
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