The West Virginia Power made a couple roster moves on Tuesday afternoon, with their second injury in two days and and an overworked bullpen gets some help.
We mentioned this morning that outfielder Victor Fernandez was placed on the disabled list on Monday and Carlos Munoz was added to the roster. Munoz was with the team since Opening Day, but not on the active roster. He wasn't originally in Monday night's lineup, but first baseman Albert Baur was a late scratch and Munoz replaced him at first base. On Tuesday, Baur was placed on the disabled list and the Pirates added outfielder Ty Moore to the roster in his place. Moore has been in Extended Spring Training. He split last season between West Virginia and Morgantown.
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