Tag: Stolmy Pimentel

First Pitch: Are the Pirates About to Repeat a Mistake From...

As of right now, the Pittsburgh Pirates are going into the regular season with Travis Ishikawa as part of their first base platoon. There...

The Pirates Could Be Active on the Trade Market in the...

The Pittsburgh Pirates made a big wave of cuts today, putting the Spring Training roster at 31 players. That includes Chris Stewart, who is...

First Pitch: Which Reliever Should Be the Odd Man Out?

I've written about how the Pittsburgh Pirates have eight relievers for seven bullpen spots. They have a little over one week remaining, and as...

Spring Training Notes: Locke, d’Arnaud, Polanco, Garcia, Grilli

Here are some Spring Training notes for your Sunday afternoon. **Jeff Locke has been recovering from an oblique injury, and threw a bullpen yesterday. Pirates'...

A Trade Seems Likely in the Next Two Weeks to Settle...

As it stands right now, the Pittsburgh Pirates have eight contenders for seven bullpen spots. Jason Grilli, Mark Melancon, Tony Watson, and Justin Wilson...

Spring Training Notes: Stolmy Pimentel and Tony Sanchez Impress

  It was during the Black and Gold game last year that I first saw Stolmy Pimentel. The right-hander was acquired from the Boston Red...

Lineups For Today’s Black & Gold Game

On Saturday afternoon, Clint Hurdle announced the pitchers for the Black & Gold exhibition game at McKechnie Field on Tuesday. The game is scheduled...

First Pitch: A Glimpse at the Future

**Earlier today I wrote about Gregory Polanco and some of the defensive adjustments he made last year while he was in Bradenton. Polanco said...

Stolmy Pimentel Looks Like a Favorite For the Opening Day Roster

As someone who reads Sox Prospects (I partially modeled this site after theirs), I was familiar with Stolmy Pimentel before he was acquired by...
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