Prospect Watch: Strong Start for Burrows; Miguel Yajure Returns

There are five games on the schedule today, as the FCL Pirates and one of the DSL affiliates both have off today. Indianapolis is playing an early afternoon game and Altoona has a doubleheader to make up for yesterday’s rain out. The starting pitchers will be filled in as the day goes along. Mike Burrows will likely go today after not getting to make his start yesterday. Joelvis Del Rosario is scheduled for Bradenton. He has thrown 16 innings over his last three starts without an earned run.

YESTERDAY’S RESULTS

Prospect Watch: Seven Games Scheduled, But Altoona Rained Out

TRIPLE-A: INDIANAPOLIS INDIANS

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Game Time: 1:35 PM

Box Score: LINK

Starting Pitcher: Miguel Yajure (0-0, 6.75)

  • Final Line:  2 IP, 2 H, 1 ER, 1 BB, 0 SO

Notable Performances:

Canaan Smith-Njigba 0-for-4, BB

Jared Oliva 2-for-5, HR, 2 RBI

Ji-hwan Bae 3-for-5, HR, SB

Mason Martin 1-for-5

Carter Bins 0-for-5

Game Recap:

Miguel Yajure returned from the injured list today to throw two innings, allowing one run on one hit, one walk and no strikeouts. He threw 32 pitches, with 17 going for strikes. The game went into a rain delay, then Heath Hembree came out for a rehab outing. He tossed a scoreless frame on two walks and a strikeout.  Osvaldo Bido took over in the fourth and ended up allowing five runs in 1.2 innings, though they were all unearned runs. He allowed two hits and walked five batters. Matt Eckelman finished out the fifth, then gave up two runs in the sixth. Nick Mears made his fifth scoreless appearance during his rehab work, throwing shutout ball in the seventh. Nathan Kirby came on in the eighth and gave up three unearned runs, then Zach Matson took the ninth.

Indianapolis lost 11-3 and scored all of their runs late. They got a two-run homer from Jared Oliva in the eighth, followed by a solo homer from Ji-hwan Bae, his sixth of the season. Oliva had two hits, Bae had three, plus his 12th stolen base. The rest of the team went 5-for-28 with five singles.

DOUBLE-A: ALTOONA CURVE

P2Daily: It’s Altoona Curve Week on Pirates Prospects

Game Time: 4:45 PM DH

Box Score: LINK (game one) LINK (game two)

Starting Pitcher: Mike Burrows (3-1, 2.36) and Joe Jacques (NR)

  • Final Line: Burrows: 5 IP, 1 H, 0 R, 3 BB, 9 SO
  • Final Line: Jacques: 1 IP, 1 H, 0 R, 1 BB, 2 SO

Notable Performances:

GAME ONE

Jared Triolo 2-for-4, 2B

Blake Sabol 1-for-4, HR, RBI

Liover Peguero 1-for-4, SB

Matt Fraizer 1-for-4, 2B

Connor Scott 1-for-2, BB, HBP

Lolo Sanchez 1-for-2, RBI, BB

GAME TWO

Jared Triolo 2-for-4, RBI, 2 SB

Blake Sabol 0-for-4, 4 K

Matt Gorski 0-for-3, BB, SB

Matt Fraizer 0-for-3

Lolo Sanchez 0-for-2, BB

Connor Scott 0-for-3

Game Recap:

GAME ONE: Mike Burrows has been one of the best pitchers in the Pirates system this year and he continued that trend on Wednesday evening, going five shutout innings on one hit, three walks and nine strikeouts. He lowered his ERA to 2.13 in 50.2 innings, with 66 strikeouts and a 1.03 WHIP to his credit. Will Kobos tossed the last two innings of the 4-0 shutout. The Curve had a chance to break this game open early. They got on the board in the second when Andres Alvarez walked with the bases loaded, but they was all they got that frame. In the third, Brendt Citta hit an RBI single, followed by a Lolo Sanchez single that scored Citta. Blake Sabol capped the scoring with a solo homer, his seventh of the season. Citta had three hits. Connor Scott reached base three times on a single, walk and hit-by-pitch. Matt Fraizer hit his tenth double. Jared Triolo hit his eighth double. Liover Peguero stole his 12th base.

GAME TWO: Joe Jacques got a rehab start for Altoona in his third game since coming back. The first two came with Bradenton, before he moved up to Altoona yesterday. He threw just one inning, putting up a scoreless frame on one hit, one walk and two strikeouts. Omar Cruz followed with one run over two innings. Bear Bellomy was out next and he contributed two shutout frames. Then Tyler Samaniego came on with a no-hit streak of 16.1 innings dating back to the last hit on April 15th. He lost that amazing streak and then some on Wednesday, giving up five runs on four hits and a walk. Enmanuel Mejia recorded the final out in the 6-1 loss. Altoona got their run on a fifth inning single by Jared Triolo. Andres Alvarez and Triolo each had two hits. Triolo stole two bases, giving him nine on the season.

HIGH-A: GREENSBORO GRASSHOPPERS

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Game Time: 7:00 PM

Box Score: LINK

Starting Pitcher: Domingo Gonzalez (3-2, 6.97)

  • Final Line:  5 IP, 3 H, 0 R, 3 BB, 4 SO

Notable Performances:

Yoyner Fajardo 0-for-4

Hudson Head 1-for-4, 2B

Abrahan Gutierrez 0-for-4

Endy Rodriguez 0-for-2, BB

Dariel Lopez 0-for-3

Jack Herman 1-for-3

Maikol Escotto 0-for-3

Game Recap:

Domingo Gonzalez came into this game with a 6.97 ERA, then put together five shutout innings on three hits, three walks and four strikeouts, knocking 75 points off of that season ERA.  Greensboro got scoreless innings from Garrett Leonard and Ricky DeVito. Eddy Yean allowed two runs in the eighth, then Wandi Montout recorded the final two outs of the inning. Oliver Mateo came on for the save in the ninth up 3-2, then walked the bases loaded. Cameron Junker came on and his second pitched was laced for a walk-off single in the 4-3 loss. This game was scoreless until the seven when Jacob Gonzalez hit a two-run homer, than Fabricio Macias followed with a solo blast. Gonzalez had two hits. Hudson Head hit his ninth double. Maikol Escotto is on a 5-for-69 stretch (.072) since May 8th.

LOW-A: BRADENTON MARAUDERS

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Game Time: 6:30 PM

Box Score: LINK

Starting Pitcher: Joelvis Del Rosario (3-1, 2.78)

  • Final Line:  6 IP, 6 H, 2 ER, 0 BB, 5 SO

Notable Performances:

Deivis Nadal 0-for-4

Jase Bowen 1-for-3, 2B, BB, 2 SB

Sergio Campana 0-for-4

Angel Basabe 1-for-4

Norkis Marcos 1-for-3, 3B

Game Recap:

Bradenton lost 4-2, as starter Joelvis Del Rosario went six innings, allowing two runs on six hits, no walks and five strikeouts. Those were the first earned runs he has allowed in his last four starts. He now has a 2.81 ERA in 41.2 innings, with 41 strikeouts. Denny Roman tossed two scoreless, then Dante Mendoza lost the game in the ninth. He came into the day with two earned runs allowed in 18.1 innings, then gave up two runs in his only inning tonight. Jase Bowen was the hitting star with a double, walk, run scored and two stolen bases, giving him nine steals on the year. The Marauders struck out 15 times and he was the only player to not contribute. Wyatt Hendrie had two singles and an RBI. Mike Jarvis drove in the other run.

RK: DSL PIRATES GOLD

Game Time:  10:30 AM

Box Score: LINK

Starting Pitcher: Gilberto Alcala (NR)

  • Final Line:  4 IP, 5 H, 3 ER, 1 BB, 3 SO

Notable Performances:

Yordany De Los Santos  2-for-4, 2B, BB, RBI, SB

Carlos Tirado 0-for-4, BB

Eddy Rodriguez 0-for-2, 2 BB, SB

Gustavo Armas 0-for-3, BB

Game Recap:

Gilberto Alcala had a rough first inning in his pro debut, allowing three runs on five singles and a walk, including two infield hits. After that point, he retired ten of the next 11 batters, with one runner reaching on a hit-by-pitch. He was a high-priced signing in 2019 at 16 years old, but the 2020 season was canceled and he was injured last year, so he didn’t debut until today. Wilkin Valdez took over in the fifth and finished the seven-inning game by throwing three shutout frames, though he walked four batters. Pirates won 8-3.

The Pirates trailed 3-0 in the first, then scored eight straight runs. Jhonson Pena made it 3-1 with a ground out. Isaias Dipre singled home a run to make it 3-2. Samuel Escudero tied it with a single, then a wild pitched made it 4-3. Escudero doubled in a run in the seventh. A John Zorrilla ground out made it 6-3, then Pena singled in another run. Top prospect Yordany De Los Santos doubled in the final run. He also had a single, run scored and his first stolen base. Dipre had a single, three walks and two runs scored.

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joesolo6181

Pirates should consider Collier at 4 if they can save 2 million of bonus money for later picks. He is 17 holding his own in JUCo ball and has good size and speed.

Arrowreb

When will we get a real article and discussion on the hitting within the PBC system…top to bottom it basically stinks. High (obscene even) strikeout rates top to bottom, small OBP. I know this is reflective of MLB in general, but it’s just not working for Pittsburgh. The slugging % has not been going up, so I just don’t see the underlying strategy here. It makes me feel we have poor hitting coaches everywhere (even ML level). Are dollars contributing to this? Are the Pirates coaching salaries in-line with the rest of MLB, or are we going inexpensive (and less experienced), hoping for lightning in a bottle! I mean if you’re not going to spend money at the major league level, pour those dollars into the best instruction and development you can get in the minors. I’m not sure we’re doing that right now. If it was isolated to one team, that’s one thing, but it’s throughout the system, that’s the concern. Please give us an article or two on this development. 1 bb..15K’s; 3bb..17k’s…every freaking night! Thanks

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skliesen

Bido give up 5 runs, but they’re all unearned. However he walked 5 batters. Clearly the biggest contributing factor in the 5 runs scoring was not a fielding error, it was Bido walking more than half the lineup. This is why ERA is a bad gauge of a Pitcher.

Wilbur Miller

Here’s something interesting: If you go to the FCL Pirates’ roster page at MiLB.com, you’ll find a tab for “Transactions” and a tab for “False Transactions.” WTF? (Both are bad links.)

https://www.milb.com/florida-complex/roster/470

Same thing with both DSL teams.

agent00

didn’t see this mentioned anywhere but apparently they made daniel rivero a pitcher?

agent00

errr maybe not. this roster must be out of date i guess

http://m.milb.com/t470/roster/

Wilbur Miller

This is ringing a bell, but I can’t remember why. The FCL roster shows him as an outfielder, but that doesn’t mean much. He has the best OF arm in the system, so it’s plausible.

agent00

oh nice. it would be an interesting move if true.

kinda funny though. cause his hitting stats aren’t that bad

Wilbur Miller

I thought he was hurt, but he’s listed as “active.” Given all the struggling hitters at GBO and BRD, you’d think he’d have gone to one or the other at some point if he was healthy.

Mblee24

Is Bad projecting as a starter? His numbers are really good this year and he is showing some pop.

Bucs'N'Pucks (Jeff Reed)

I can’t imagine they have much more patience for Oliver Mateo. Says something they still brought him in to close a 1 run game, but then walks the bases loaded, for Junker to come in and give up walk-off single

Wilbur Miller

Somebody sure got to Samaniego all of a sudden.

agent00

in draft news…BA updated their prospect list. cam collier is up to 10th now. cole young up to 15th. brooks lee still at #2 overall.

Wilbur Miller

Scary thing about Lee is the bit about multiple back injuries in HS.

NMR

And since when is this “elite bat speed”?

Weird scouting report from BA, I’m skeptical.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XPIqLKgpVZw

AdministrativeSky236

Something about that swing just doesnt look smooth to me, not sure what it is but i dont love it

NMR

Couldn’t agree more.

agent00

yep. for sure. and like i mentioned below….his lack of experience with quality off speed stuff….idk man. i don’t want another gonzales situation

Bucs'N'Pucks (Jeff Reed)

Doughty dropped to 54?

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Bucs'N'Pucks (Jeff Reed)

Dang, Elijah down to #5 . I mean, good for us 😁

agent00

i’d be happy with green!

AdministrativeSky236

Whats their top 5? I dont have access to BA

agent00

jones – lee – holliday – johnson – green

Wilbur Miller

At this point I like Holliday. Or Parada.

Bucs'N'Pucks (Jeff Reed)

As of now, I’d like Parada then the highest upside prep kid that falls for next pick, such as Barriera if he keeps falling, or Snelling whose been late riser. Or take high upside prep kid at 4, Prielipp could be interesting for at 36, then Zack Brown or Doughty at 44.

Which, speaking of prep kids, I’m upset the Mariners snuck in and took Edwin Arroyo last year. Kid is TEARING up A ball.

AdministrativeSky236

The class of pitchers around prielipp and snelling would be my goal for both 36 and 44 if possible

Bucs'N'Pucks (Jeff Reed)

Really liked Neto from Campbell, but he won’t make our second pick.

Wilbur Miller

I wish the damn draft was still in June.

Bucs'N'Pucks (Jeff Reed)

I know. Although, if it was June, my desire in May for the draft would be what it is now in June lol

AdministrativeSky236

My very uneducated ranking for preference for the bucs of that group is something like jones, holliday, green, johnson, lee, collier (just very high on him so had to throw him in)

Bucs'N'Pucks (Jeff Reed)

I think Cape starts in 4? days. I’m going to try and at least watch some of him, cause I’m curious how he handles it.

AdministrativeSky236

Please report back! If he handles it well im sure he will shoot up

agent00

i can dig it! i’d probably put collier above lee. something in lee’s scouting report really concerns me. BA says he has yet to be really tested with good offspeed stuff. with nicky g’s troubles, that just really worries me if they went with lee.

AdministrativeSky236

Yeah im feeling the same way, also full send on collier. Might be a reach at 4 but if we are confident with how the money is looking for later picks or something, i just got a feeling about that kid

agent00

a college player who will be 17 all season? he’s got my attention. if he does well on the cape…..i’d have to put him at the top of the board for the pirates (based on who i think they’d take)

Bucs'N'Pucks (Jeff Reed)

That’s what me and AdminSky were talking about the other day. Going as far as saying if Collier kills it in Cape, I could see someone in Top 3 taking a chance.

agent00

yeah for sure. i could see it.

his performance is especially notable for the pirates though. since they love players who do well on the cape

Bucs'N'Pucks (Jeff Reed)

Yeah, that’s why I said it’d be the perfect pick to check everyone’s boxes lol

“college” bat – 
“prep” bat – 
Cape Cod success – 
Professional ties – 

AdministrativeSky236

Yeah he graduated hs early to play at chipola juco in his senior spring and his numbers were very strong. Now challenging himself at the cape at 17, now thats a guy who wants to be good

AdministrativeSky236

Cruz out today and I remember hearing that he might be coming up for the braves series, is there any truth to that or was someone just starting a rumor do we think?

Bucs'N'Pucks (Jeff Reed)

I don’t think I’ve seen anyone credible mention any rumors, so I think it’s just that as of now, a rumor

Bucs'N'Pucks (Jeff Reed)

Now that I’m seeing Jacob Gonzalez, meh. So far

Bucs'N'Pucks (Jeff Reed)

Which makes me chuckle, cause I realized I could’ve seen him while in Bradenton, but I really hadn’t watched much Bradenton. Doesn’t help I think up to this point they’ve been streamed as little as Greensboro

Wilbur Miller

A huge percentage of his hits at Bradenton were singled up the middle. Didn’t entirely look like it’d work moving up.

Bucs'N'Pucks (Jeff Reed)

He just told me to shut up

patrick_kelly

I read that as you were talking shit and he actually told you to shut up lol. Just caught the homer.

AdministrativeSky236

Was catching up on comments then saw the recent AB and was coming to say exactly this lol

Wilbur Miller

Works every time.

Bucs'N'Pucks (Jeff Reed)

His single in this game was a light ball up the middle just out of reach of 2B that knocked it down. Tried to score from 3B on a sac fly from CF and it wasn’t even close. He didn’t even slide cause the throw beat him by so much.

Bucs'N'Pucks (Jeff Reed)

Oh, there’s a familiar name. Didn’t realize till, “Claudio Finol flies out to Chris Sharpe”

Bucs'N'Pucks (Jeff Reed)

Also, Matt Seelinger

Wilbur Miller

GBO thru 3: 9 up, 9 down, 5 Ks
BRD thru 5: 7 Ks, one run on a popup that dropped

Nickels has orders out to stop breaking bats by hitting baseballs with them.

agent00

it’s interesting looking at the pirates system right now. there’s a wave of strong prospects from altoona and indy. after that……not much of a next wave yet

Wilbur Miller

IOW, the more of their careers they’ve spent under current mgmt, the worse they’re doing.

agent00

some serious lack of development from a lot of players yep. i guess a positive thing is something that baker mentioned….he said something to the effect of, if something isn’t working they’re going to change it. so hopefully we won’t see a repeated pattern of this kinda thing

Bucs'N'Pucks (Jeff Reed)

Building off that, is why again I’m curious about next season. Should be able to assess if this whole “We prefer back field instruction more” is having a positive effect and achieving results, or if it was more an indication they didn’t feel many of the players were ready for full season ball.

We’re already seeing some kids that have full season experience, and struggled, return to the level (some after even starting in EST this year) and continue to struggle. Though even so, it wouldn’t necessarily be the worst outcome if prospects like Escotto, D-Lo, or even Jared Jones had to initially repeat as they’re relatively young for the level as is.

Wilbur Miller

I’m curious but apprehensive. Some of this is the game now, with so few balls in play. Some of it is the Pirates’ disastrous hitting since BC took over. I can’t watch them any more because I can’t go nine innings without seeing a single good AB.

But watching Bradenton has been especially bad. Last I figured it was a young team and guys would pick up more eventually, but the guys who moved up to GBO haven’t made progress and neither have the guys repeating BRD. There’s no pitch recognition, they take FBs down the middle and chase sliders in the next zip code, sometimes on 3 straight pitches. Situational hitting . . . forget it. I specifically decided to skip Del Rosario’s start tonight because I didn’t feel like watching nine innings of clueless ABs.

Bucs'N'Pucks (Jeff Reed)

i honestly haven’t watched much of them this year. i wasn’t even going to watch greensboro, but decided why not. when sullivan starts, i definitely will, but hoppers aren’t much of a draw with majority of lineup struggling. not even seeing the home park fake optimism boost

Bucs'N'Pucks (Jeff Reed)

Makes next season interesting, now that they shrunk the minors. See who moves up/remains in Altoona, while seeing who gets squeezed out in A ball.

Bucs'N'Pucks (Jeff Reed)

Sabol!!!!!!

NMR

That new swing. I’m a believer!

Bucs'N'Pucks (Jeff Reed)

You’d better be

NMR

HAHAHA!

Bucs'N'Pucks (Jeff Reed)

It is known, but bears repeating that Burrows is good

PirateRican21

What do you think, two or so more starts before Indy?

NMR

I say put him on the Roansy plan.

Burrows is exactly one day younger, but debuted one year later.

Both dude’s stuff is fully baked, may as well let them figure out how to beat big league hitters.

Way different developmental context than for hitters, I’m more and more convinced.

Bucs'N'Pucks (Jeff Reed)

But is the Roansy plan go by IP before promotion? Or AAA start in September before MLB start, since he was on the injured list from July to September?

AdministrativeSky236

Ive been thinking the same thing, he should at least cameo at pnc this year then by may of next year he’s in the rotation

PirateRican21

Burrow seems pissed at the home plate umpire after walking his first batter.

agent00

peguero is slumping hard mannn. i hope he can turn it around soon

NMR

One walk in the last month. MONTH.

agent00

that’s impressive

NMR

Another fun stat…Peguero’s swinging strike rate is within one percentage point of Mason Martin.

When you swing at everything within a foot of the zone, you can whiff a bunch before you strike out. Walks, not so much.

I love the dude, but he’s got an awful lot of development ahead of him.

Bucs'N'Pucks (Jeff Reed)

He’s definitely in a big slump

Wilbur Miller

Burrows seems to have recovered.

jon6er

He even throws strikes from foul territory to second base to get runners, lol.

Bucs'N'Pucks (Jeff Reed)

Bae has actually looked pretty good at SS

tedwins

He had quite a game👍

Bucs'N'Pucks (Jeff Reed)

Bido getting smoked. Not his best effort, even if only 1 of the 5 runs are earned (probably soon to be 6 with Ginger Claus coming in).

Only 20 mins till Burrows starts game 1 of Altoona DH

Bucs'N'Pucks (Jeff Reed)

To those box score watching, Yajure is not pitching the third. It is in fact Hembree pitching.

Bucs'N'Pucks (Jeff Reed)

Annnnnnnd back to rain delay. Ugh

Bucs'N'Pucks (Jeff Reed)

Indy finally got the radar showing velo’s, and Yajure is sitting 91-92. His control and stuff looking MUCH better in second. Camera angle not best, but looks like he’s getting squeezed a bit.

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Bucs'N'Pucks (Jeff Reed)

Yajure doesn’t have control of anything right now. Fastballs wide. Breaking balls with limited break and way above the zone.

NMR

Taillon trade turning into a real “better to be luck than good” moment.

Bucs'N'Pucks (Jeff Reed)

Another thought. I think it’s ironic, being part of the return for Taillon, that as of now Yajure’s ability to contribute has largely been hindered by injuries.

Bucs'N'Pucks (Jeff Reed)

Random, but you know what’s funny? I read your reply, looked up Taillon on Fangraphs and thought, “Huh. Taillon’s numbers look near identical to Kuhl’s”. Look it up lol it’s actually crazy how close they are, with the exception of BB’s. They both have rather ridiculously low K rates/%’s. Bryse Wilson low.

But, at this point, the long term grade of that trade is likely to be based off of how Ro’s Pirates career goes.

Bucs'N'Pucks (Jeff Reed)

CSN in CF is, interesting.

agent00

the reynolds trade is imminent

Bucs'N'Pucks (Jeff Reed)

Yajure activated, and Selby moved from 7 day to 60 day

Wilbur Miller

Good for Yajure, but criminy, nobody is safe. Selby was pitching well, too.

Bucs'N'Pucks (Jeff Reed)

Sucks for them too cause by the time they’re back and healthy, everyone’s caught up to them. But, I guess, better for depth? lol

Bucs'N'Pucks (Jeff Reed)

And I had become a fan of McGough as a lowkey potential backend starter.

Bucs'N'Pucks (Jeff Reed)

Yajure starting today (currently in rain delay)

Bucs'N'Pucks (Jeff Reed)

DSL team does have me wondering why Blanco still has yet to play. Don’t make me get conspiratorial!!!!

agent00

i was wondering why too. some notable prospects who have yet to play. not sure why

Colin

Nick G should be about ready to come back right?

Wilbur Miller

The injury was minor, so, no, probably a couple months.

Bucs'N'Pucks (Jeff Reed)

Colin

Lmao… You’re probably right but I sure hope not

agent00

alcala making his pro debut today. how exciting

Bucs'N'Pucks (Jeff Reed)

Whoa. I should’ve come sooner. I didn’t know there was a game lol I thought all rookie league was off today.

agent00

see i was surprised to see dsl gold was the only rookie team to play  😂 

Bucs'N'Pucks (Jeff Reed)

I saw Sharts was assigned to FCL, and went to check out of excitement. Saw they were off, and assumed all rookie leagues were.

agent00

off days are the worst

mpg43952

One would think with the scars of players in Pirate City they could play every day.

agent00

didn’t go well! 5 hits in the first. 3 runs

agent00

rebounded nicely after that. allowed nothing in 2 ip

agent00

surprisingly alcala has gone 4ip. could be an milb error dunno. but after the first inning, he settled down and only allowed a hit batter.

AdministrativeSky236

Could you remind me of his story? I dont remember the name

agent00

one of the pirates top international signings in 2019. hasn’t pitched due to injuries

AdministrativeSky236

Damn no FCL to keep track of today

Wilbur Miller

They’re only playing five games a week this year. Bradenton is rapidly becoming the equivalent of what used to be rookie ball. It shows, too.

PirateRican21

Weirdly it is, I thought that by eliminating the other leagues the quality of play would be better.

Wilbur Miller

I’m just not seeing any evidence that drills > live games. Quite the opposite.

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