As we do every month, let’s take a look back at June to point out the top performers at each level of the organization. The month of June saw the Pirates win 16 games, the most in a month since they won 17 in August of 2007. This is also the first month that State
This is my 4th year of running this blog. Never have I ever written a post about the Pirates trading for someone to improve their ML team. I’ve never really felt the need to. However, the Pirates are 75 games into this season, are in 3rd place, and just 3 games back of 1st place.
As a member of the Pittsburgh chapter of the Baseball Bloggers Alliance, I get a vote in the organization’s All-Star team. Here is my official ballot for the National League this year. Catcher – Brian McCann, Atlanta McCann is in the midst of one of his best seasons of his career. His .305 batting average,
I have been holding off on writing this for a while because I really did not think the Pirates needed a player like Alex Presley. He is a left handed hitter, who can essentially play every outfield position. He basically is Xavier Paul. However, after seeing the Pirates continuing to trot out Matt Diaz and