Pirates DVR: Travis Swaggerty Home Run, Henry Davis RBI, Carmen Mlodzinski

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Travis Swaggerty

The former first round pick hit his ninth home run of the season for Indianapolis, tying his previous career high from all the way back in 2019 with Bradenton.

Henry Davis

The former first overall pick has picked up three of the four games since returning from injury, including this RBI single.

Carmen Mlodzinski

It’s been an up and down year for Carmen Mlodzinski but he was able to turn in one of his finest performances of the season on Sunday. He allowed two hits across four shutout innings, striking out five in the process.

He also struck out the side in the first inning, here’s a look at one of them.

Hoy Park

Park had himself quite a weekend for Indianapolis, picking up a total of eight hits – four of which went for extra-bases. This was a single, but drove in a pair of runs.

Andres Alvarez

Alvarez made a bit of history on Sunday, becoming the first player for Altoona to hit 20 home runs, and have 20 stolen bases in a single season. This was his 20th home run of the season.

Endy Rodriguez

After failing to pick up a hit for the first time since coming to Altoona, Endy Rodriguez got things started again on Sunday with a base hit.

Nick Gonzales

Gonzales picked up his fourth game of at least three hits since returning to Altoona from injury. Sunday he collected three hits, drew a walk and was hit by pitch.

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The Cobra

In the Alvarez video, the fan walking down the steps tripped and almost fell. Why do I find almost falling to be hilarious….maybe one day I’ll graduate 7th grade.

Otherwise, quite the positive article, most happy about Gonzales followed by Davis. We need a few of these high first round picks to pan out. I hate feeling envious of Baltimore.


If I wouldn’t give Swaggerty a longer look with the big club. I’m afraid he’ll end up with the Giants and become a star.


If Campagna could just learn to reduce his strikeouts and make more contact, he could become a true five tool player.


Now comes the hard part. You’ve built a strong, deep system. How do you turn turn this into a strong, deep MLB team?

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