Tag: Nick Kingham

Polanco, Kingham, and Hanson Are Top Prospects in the FSL

Baseball America released their top prospects from the 2013 Florida State League, and the Pittsburgh Pirates have three players on the list. Gregory Polanco,...

Pirates Have Six in John Sickels’ Top 75 Prospects

John Sickels released his top 75 prospects for the end of the season, and had six Pirates on the list. Jameson Taillon, Gregory Polanco,...

The More Things Stay the Same, the More They Change

A little under a year ago, things weren’t exactly looking up for Neal Huntington and the Pirates’ front office. The team had improved significantly...

Command of his own Kingham

When Neal Huntington was named Pittsburgh Pirates general manager on September 25, 2007, he set out a plan to “flood the system with talent...

Pitching Inside: The Pirates Way

A couple years back, I took a look at the Pittsburgh Pirates minor league pitchers and their tendencies of pitching inside, specifically all the...

First Pitch: How Tyler Glasnow Set the Bar Way Too High...

Tyler Glasnow posted a 36.3 K% this year, which is one of the highest marks in baseball in a long time.

Prospect Watch: Kingham and Glasnow Finish Their Regular Seasons Strong

Top Pitcher: Nick Kingham, Top Hitter: Jordan Steranka, HR: Carlos Mesa, Jordan Steranka

Minor League Schedule: Kingham and Glasnow Make Last Regular Season Starts

8/30/13 Probables: Casey Sadler, Nick Kingham, Pat Ludwig, Tyler Glasnow, Chad Kuhl, Blake Taylor

Nick Kingham Labors As Curve Prevail

A double to deep center field in the top of the seventh by Carlos Paulino plated Drew Maggi from first for the eventual winning...

Minor League Schedule: Doubleheaders For Altoona and West Virginia Today

8/24/13 Probables: Andy Oliver, Nick Kingham, Casey Sadler, Adrian Sampson, Kyle Haynes, Clay Holmes, Cody Dickson, Blake Taylor
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