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Winter Leagues: Chris Sharpe Reaches Base Four Times

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In Puerto Rico on Friday night, Chris Sharpe went 2-for-3 with two singles and two walks. He also scored two runs, stole his third base and picked up an outfield assist. Sharpe is now hitting .234/.339/.298 in 15 games, with one double, one triple and eight walks.

In Australia on Saturday, Ji-Hwan Bae went 1-for-3 with a walk, run scored and two stolen bases, giving him three steals on the season. He is hitting .303/.410/.606 in ten games.

Robbie Glendinning played a doubleheader on Saturday and went 1-for-3 with a single and an RBI in the first game. His team put up nine runs in the second game and he went 2-for-4 with a single, double, walk, RBI and two runs scored. Glendinning started both games at second base. He is hitting .317/.364/.585 in 11 games, with five doubles and two homers.

In Mexico, Randy Romero played for the second straight day and again didn’t get to bat. He was a defensive replacement in center field in the ninth. The 2019 DSL batting champ is hitting .185/.214/.222 in 20 games.

From Colombia, Francisco Acuna came off the bench as a pinch-runner and scored the go-ahead run in his team’s 2-1 victory. He’s hitting .345/.457/.382 in 19 games, while going 7-for-7 in steals.

In the Dominican, Adrian Valerio played his second game of the winter and first since November 4th. His team lost 16-3 and he got a chance to play late, going in for the last two innings at second base, while grounding out in his only at-bat.

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John Dreker
John Dreker
John started working at Pirates Prospects in 2009, but his connection to the Pittsburgh Pirates started exactly 100 years earlier when Dots Miller debuted for the 1909 World Series champions. John was born in Kearny, NJ, two blocks from the house where Dots Miller grew up. From that hometown hero connection came a love of Pirates history, as well as the sport of baseball. When he didn't make it as a lefty pitcher with an 80+ MPH fastball and a slider that needed work, John turned to covering the game, eventually focusing in on the prospects side, where his interest was pushed by the big league team being below .500 for so long. John has covered the minors in some form since the 2002 season, and leads the draft and international coverage on Pirates Prospects. He writes daily on Pittsburgh Baseball History, when he's not covering the entire system daily throughout the entire year on Pirates Prospects.

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