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Sunday, December 4, 2022

Pirates DVR: Jared Triolo, Lolo Sanchez, Wyatt Hendrie

Welcome to the Pirates Prospects daily video rundown, where we pull some of the top videos of the Pittsburgh Pirates across the internet.

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Jared Triolo

Triolo hasn’t been horrible at the plate this year, he just hasn’t hit for any amount of power. He has a very respectable average of .283, but has just five extra-base hits this season, all doubles.

This RBI single tied the game for the moment, Altoona would later go on to lose. It was his fifth run batted in.

Lolo Sanchez

The Curve split the double header by winning game one, and this Lolo Sanchez base hit helped in the cause.

Sanchez is another player that hasn’t seen his power numbers from last year to translate to Altoona. This single helped push the Curve’s lead to 3-0.

Wyatt Hendrie

The catcher formally from San Diego State, Hendrie just now recently returned off the injured list this week. He hasn’t had the best of year’s offensively but he was able to chip in here with a RBI single that tied the game.

Blake Sabol

Day in and day out Sabol continues to hit. There aren’t too many players who have helped their cause in the Pirate system than Sabol. In game one of the double header he hit his seventh home run of the season and now owns a slash of .301/.376/. 529.

Ji-Hwan Bae

Bae didn’t hit his first professional home run until last year. Once he did, he never looked back. He’s continued to hit for power and now a little over a week in June he is two home runs away from tying his career high.

 

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tedwins

Of course, obviously, im in crazy baseball love on Bae…but, what has caught my eye, his homers are not cheapies, he grew into his rising prospect status…this is fun to follow

john_fluharty

the one in the video seemed like it was a mile high but it still went out.

Last edited 5 months ago by john_fluharty
Bucs'N'Pucks (Jeff Reed)

You asked for Bae highlights, and I think we’ve gotten Bae highlights just about every single day since you asked lol

AdministrativeSky236

Does triolo have any power potential or is he just a singles hitter? Even if just more doubles power would be a nice addition to his toolset. If he could do that, then he would become yet another interesting infielder for the bucs

roberto

He’s shown power in the past, both doubles and HR. But he needs to show that this is not a GBO artifact.

JimEastTennessee

I think he has a great corner bench profile.

PirateRican21

I made up my mind about a year ago that Bae doesn’t have a spot in the future Pirates team and he’s a future trade bait, then the power started to develop and now I’m beginning to sing a different tune

JimEastTennessee

That was EXACTLY my position. No more.

JimEastTennessee

Bae will have to wait until Newman is traded to get his shot in Pittsburgh, Sabol should already be in Indianapolis, Burrows may be in Pittsburgh before September.
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