Tag: Aaron Pribanic

Daily Prospect Profile: Aaron Pribanic

Aaron Pribanic has had an up and down year this year.  The right hander, originally acquired by the Pittsburgh Pirates in the Jack Wilson/Ian...

Prospect Primer for Trade Partners – Starting Pitchers

The first in a series of 3 articles will present trade chips for potential trading partners with the Pirates. This article will focus on Starting Pitcher prospects in the full-season leagues.

Altoona Sends Five to All-Star Game

The Altoona Curve will be sending five players to the Eastern League All-Star game this year.  The five players that were selected are Jeremy...

Reviewing the 2011 Rule 5 Roster Crunch

We've reviewed the upcoming Rule 5 roster crunch before, noting that the Pittsburgh Pirates will have a lot of players eligible for the upcoming...

Altoona Series Recap and Thoughts

After seeing Altoona play a three game series in Trenton this week, I'll summarize my impressions of the top prospects that I saw, many of...

A Sunday Afternoon in Altoona

I was on the road Sunday afternoon, making a trip down to Maryland. With the opportunity available, I took a quick detour to...

Altoona Loses on Walk Off Wild Pitch

The Altoona Curve went to extra innings for the second night in a row, only this time it was the Richmond Flying Squirrels who...

Could the Pirates Start Trading Prospects Soon?

In my interview with Neal Huntington last week, I asked him whether the Pittsburgh Pirates would be open to trading prospects for major league...

Ian Snell Retires

B.J. Rains of Fox Sports Midwest reports that Ian Snell has retired, after being sent to minor league camp by the St. Louis Cardinals....

2011 Altoona Curve Preview: Starting Pitchers

So far we've looked at the infielders and outfielders who could be playing in Altoona during the 2011 season.  Today we'll look at the...
6,437FansLike
3,188FollowersFollow
9,912FollowersFollow

Site Updates

Site Updates: How to Navigate Pirates Prospects; Sponsorship Opportunities

Yesterday, our first article of the day went up at 6 a.m. That was our Morning Report, which is the first thing that goes...