Pirates DVR: Fabricio Macias Home Run, Termarr Johnson Bradenton Debut, Anthony Solometo Strikeout

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Fabricio Macias

Macias has carved out a decent spot on Altoona as a role player, hitting his third home run in Double-A this season. He has a total of 10 extra-base hits in 32 games at the level this season.

Termarr Johnson

The Pirates 2022 first round pick made his Bradenton debut on Wednesday, going 1-for-4 with an infield single being his first hit at the level. He batted sixth and played second base during the game.

Anthony Solometo

It was an impressive day for Solometo on multiple fronts. His final line was strong, striking out six over four innings while allowing just a hit, one run, and two walks. He ran into some self-created trouble in the fourth inning, resulting in the single run, but also worked himself out of it as well.

Cal Mitchell

If there is any player in Indianapolis that has worked his way into another opportunity with the Pirates, it’s Cal Mitchell, who keeps hitting. He bloops a single into shallow right field to score a runner from second base.

Sergio Campana

Campana continues his season of where he actually makes contact with the baseball, it’s hit very hard. He’s passed his extra-base totals from a year ago, but is striking out at a much higher rate. He hit his sixth home run of the season on Wednesday.

Norkis Marcos

Marcos picked up his fifth home run of the season for Bradenton, this one as a part of Tuesday’s game the picked back up Wednesday afternoon.

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Anthony began writing over 10 years ago, starting a personal blog to cover the 2011 MLB draft, where the Pirates selected first overall. After bouncing around many websites covering hockey, he refocused his attention to baseball, his first love when it comes to sports. He eventually found himself here at Pirates Prospects in late 2021, where he covers the team’s four full season minor league affiliates.

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I haven’t been super high on Cal Mitchell but his performance at AAA has given me solid hope that he has another level. He may not become a great power hitter, but if he can be a .290-.315 guy that can hit 15-20 homers, that would be very valuable. Call him up and let him play and let’s find out.

Last edited 1 year ago by chappy

I agree that his AAA performance has looked nice this year, but it’s only over about 200 ABs. He has never came close to producing the numbers you mention above, especially over a full season.


Best case I think he’s a 4th OF. Which is ok!


We just need a few players to take hold of the mlb level, hoping he can be one of them!

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