On Sunday in Australia, Robbie Glendinning went 1-for-4 with a single and a run scored. Through his first two weeks of winter action, he’s hitting .344/.462/.469 in eight games. He has eight RBIs and has scored 11 runs.
Michael Suchy extended his on base streak to 15 games, going 1-for-2 with a double, run scored and a HBP. He left for a pinch-runner in the fourth inning after getting hit in the helmet with a pitch. Suchy was down for about three minutes before walking off the field without any help, though he still looked shaken up a few minutes later while on the bench. In 27 games, he has a .273/.362/.485 slash line.
Sam Street made his third appearance and allowed one run over one inning. He allowed a solo homer and struck out one batter. Street threw a total of 5.1 shutout innings in his first two outings.
In Venezuela, Elvis Escobar came through with a bit hit in his team’s 7-3 win on Sunday. In the top of the ninth, he hit a bases loaded triple. He also had a single, walk, stolen base and a run scored. Escobar is 6-for-18 with four walks in five playoff games.
Engelb Vielma went 2-for-3 with his second double of the playoffs. He also had a sacrifice bunt and a run scored. He’s now 5-for-16 (.313) with a walk, three runs scored and an RBI in five playoff games.
In Puerto Rico, 32nd round pick Hector Quinones made his winter debut, joining Robbie Glendinning as the rare draft picks playing winter ball in their first year of pro ball. That hasn’t happened for the Pirates in at least ten years. Quinones pitched 1.1 innings, allowing one run on one hit, with no walks or strikeouts.
In Mexico, Jerrick Suiter was on the bench until pinch-hitting in the eighth inning with the game out of hand. He was pinch-hit for on Saturday night in the sixth inning after starting the playoffs by going 1-for-12 at the plate. Suiter struck out in his only at-bat on Sunday. His team lost, which likely means his winter is over (teams can draft players to strengthen their roster for the next round). If his winter is over, Suiter went 7-for-43 (.163) with one double and seven walks in 13 games in Mexico.
Carlos Munoz went 0-for-3, giving him a .125 average in the playoffs.