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Pirates Prospect Watch: Henry Davis Draws Three Walks Saturday



Pittsburgh Pirates-Henry Davis

There wasn’t a whole lot going on for the Pittsburgh Pirates and their farm system on Saturday night.

A few prospects stood out, like Emanuel Terrero for Bradenton, and Liover Peguero for Altoona, but other than that, it was a relatively quiet night for the young Bucs.

Let’s take a look at all four teams and who stood out.

Indianapolis (28-33)

C Henry Davis

  • Game stats: 0-2, with three walks and one run scored
  • Season stats: .279/.431/.537 slash line

RHP Cody Bolton

  • Game stats: Two innings pitched, one hit, no runs, no walks, and three strikeouts
  • Season stats: 15 games, 1-2 record, 2.57 ERA, 21 innings pitched, 24 strikeouts, seven walks

Bolton pitched a wonderful two innings to start the game, and Davis was patient, but the Indians fell to the Stormchasers 9-5

Altoona (29-25)

INF Liover Peguero

  • Game stats: 3-5 with an RBI homer
  • Season stats: .272/.346/.437 slash line

RHP Nick Dombkowski

  • Game stats: three innings pitched, one hit, no earned runs, one walk, and three strikeouts
  • Season stats: 17 games, 1-2 record, 5.08 ERA, 28.1 innings pitched, 21 strikeouts, and 10 walks

It was a brutal night for the Curve as they got demolished by a score of 11-2, but one of the Pirates’ top prospects, Peguero, had a strong night at the plate.

Greensboro (30-24)

RF Will Matthiessen

  • Game stats: 2-3, one home run, three RBIs, one run, one walk
  • Season stats: .274/.384/.468 slash line

Matthiessen provided three out of the four runs scored for Greensboro as they fell 8-4 Saturday night.

Bradenton (30-26)

RF Enmanuel Terrero

  • Game stats: 3-4 with a triple and one run scored
  • Season stats: .304/.406/.424 slash line

RHP Owen Sharts

  • Game stats: two innings pitched, no hits, no earned runs, one walk, and two strikeouts.
  • Season stats: six games, 1-0 record, 5.40 ERA, 8.1 innings pitched, six strikeouts, and seven walks

One of the Pirates up and coming prospects, Shalin Polanco, blasted a three-run homer in the third inning, and Bradenton never looked back in a 7-6 win.

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