Pirates DVR: Dariel Lopez Home Run, Mason Martin Walk-Off, Jared Triolo Glove

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Dariel Lopez

Lopez is one of the youngest players in High-A this year, but now moves into a tie for second place in the South Atlantic League after hitting his 19th home run of the season.

Mason Martin

The Indianapolis Indians played a pair of games on Wednesday, with their first one ending in dramatic fashion. Mason Martin hit what looked to be a routine fly out in the bottom of the seventh inning, but the ball kept carrying until landing and giving Indianapolis their second consecutive walk-off win.

Jared Triolo

There aren’t too many players in the system right now playing a better all-around game than Jared Triolo. Here he reminds us of just how good he is defensively.

He’s also been pretty good with the bat this year as well, as the power is really starting to come. He finds the gap here for a triple.

Hudson Head

With his 10th home run of the season, Head has now gone deep in back-to-back games.

Endy Rodriguez

Bowling Green tried five times to get Endy Rodriguez out, they failed every single one of them. With his fifth hit of the game, Rodriguez went deep for the 16th time this season.

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Thanks for the video’s Anthony, always appreciated. Endy was a .512 Slg last year at A Bradenton, .549 Slg so far in A+ GBO this year, but this FO sits on their hands just admiring rather than promoting. He is in his age 22 season, and should be at Altoona now playing 1B/C/2B/LF. Needs to be in a playoff chase at AA.

Dariel Lopez, 20, with a .511 Slg while still hitting for average .291, and playing 3B/2B/SS is a MAN at A+. Fielding has been an adventure at 3B (874), but at 2B (968) he is fielding well with VG range. Probably needs to clean up the K/BB, but at 20, who’s complaining?

Hudson Head really needs to find himself offensively – his numbers are decent for a 21 year old, but he needs to bump up the contact if he wants to get to MLB.


Endy is duplicating last years season and should be the player of the year.


Why is Endy still at A ball? Is he being blocked at Altoona?

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