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PITTSBURGH --Twins manager Paul Molitor was asked before Tuesday’s interleague game against the Pittsburgh Pirates how Ricky Nolasco and Mike Pelfrey have looked during batting practice. “Ah, you know,” Molitor said with a smirk, “they’re pretty good at 60 miles an hour.” Actually, the Twins lucked out in a way that the rotation landed on those two former National League veterans for this two-game series under NL rules. Nolasco entered Tuesday’s start with a career .137 batting average in 455 plate appearances. He had reached base at a .186 clip and slugged .178, highlighted by...
Following injuries to top prospects Jameson Taillon and Nick Kingham, Pirates general manager Neal Huntington admits that the club’s starting pitching depth has been “chipped away.
Pittsburgh Pirates right fielder Gregory Polanco slipped and Red Sox manager John Farrell made a massively bad decision. Both cost their teams a win.
The first indication the Phillies had made a roster move Monday night came when manager Ryne Sandberg arrived about 15 minutes later than usual for his postgame news conference.
Manager Joe Maddon knows his preference for batting his starting pitcher eighth causes plenty of discussion in sports bars and around water coolers.
10/1/13: Pirates manager Clint Hurdle was a busy man at home the night before his team's matchup with the Reds in the NL Wild Card Game