Posts Tagged ‘pittsburgh pirates’

Final Spring Fling for Arch

Right hander Chris Archer took the mound on Tuesday for his final spring appearance prior to his opening day start in Pittsburgh.  Archer sported a fastball between 92-94 MPH with an occasional new found change-up.  Archer was supposed to face a squad of Blue Jays minor leaguers but the games were cancelled because of the […]

NYU Baseball hangs with the Grapefruit League

NYU Coach Doug Kimbler of Beekman Town, N.Y. takes in batting practice at LEMCO Field in Bradenton, Fl. with members of the NYU baseball team.  The team is holding spring workouts at the NY Yankees complex in Tampa.  Then on Tuesday night they will be hosting the Plattsburg State baseball team in a spring training […]

Crooked 5 Insurance Company

The Minnesota Twins took a run one lead into the top of the ninth and added five runs to lead 10-6 as that’s how the score ended when the Pittsburgh Pirates went down in the bottom. A walk, a couple singles, a HBP and a bases clearing triple by LaMonte Wade and then a sacrifice […]

Tucker’s Walk-off

Five solo homers for the Pirates with the big one coming as a walk-off gem by Cole Tucker for the 5-4 win. Jordan Lyles looked close to mid-season form pitching four quality innings allowing two runs, only one earned.

Pirates and Low Places

Hurdle says Hi

Bradenton, Fla.–Pittsburgh Pirates manager Clint Hurdle showed up the the Pirates Instructional League game against the Canadian Juniors on Wednesday at Pirate City in Bradenton.      “With the season over I just came down for the last week of instructional camp and to say hi to the kids,” said Hurdle.

50 Years for Huyke

Prior to Monday’s game against the Phillies the Pittsburgh Pirates took time to honor long time minor league coach Woodie Huyke for his 50-years in professional baseball.  Woodie is surrounded by the games umpiring crew, Phillies Manager Gabe Kapler, Pirates manager Clint Hurdle and the honoree himself on the right.

Stretch then Three for the Bucs

Bradenton, Fla.– A three-run inning after the stretch by the Pirates was the difference in a 7-5 win for Pittsburgh over Tampa Bay.  A Will Craig homer, a Colin Moran single and doubles by Josh Harrison and Jose Osuna  hung the crooked 3 in the 7th.   Harrison had two hits with a RBI and Francisco […]

Eddie Springs on with the Bucs

The Pittsburgh Pirates may be near the bottom of the Grapefruit League standings,  ok maybe only the Mets are worse.  The Minnesota Twins are .500 but our Eddie Michels is capturing some of the great action.

Dustin Peterson leads Braves Onslaught

Braves Hitting HITTERS AB R H RBI BB K AVG OBP SLG O. Albies2B 4 0 1 1 0 0 .313 .371 .344 S. Kazmar2B 2 1 1 0 0 0 .154 .267 .154 D. SwansonSS 5 1 1 2 0 0 .185 .290 .407 C. RondonPR-SS 1 1 0 0 0 0 .250 .400 […]