Prospect Watch: Quinn Priester Makes His Triple-A Debut

Indianapolis is the only game in town for another week, but there’s a little added excitement behind today’s game. Quinn Priester will be making his Triple-A debut in this afternoon contest. He made 15 starts for Altoona this season after an oblique injury put him behind early. He had a 2.87 ERA in 75.1 innings with the Curve, finishing with 75 strikeouts and a 1.20 WHIP.

YESTERDAY’S RESULTS

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TRIPLE-A: INDIANAPOLIS INDIANS

Game Time: 1:35 PM

Box Score: LINK

Starting Pitcher: Quinn Priester (NR)

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

Notable Performances:

Ji-hwan Bae 0-for-1, 3 BB

Endy Rodriguez 3-for-4, 2B, 4 RBI

Blake Sabol 1-for-4, HR, 2 RBI

Malcom Nunez 2-for-3, HR, RBI, BB

Carter Bins 1-for-4, 3B

Game Recap:

Quinn Priester had a successful first start in Indianapolis and Endy Rodriguez had another strong games, as the Indians won 7-1. Priester tossed five shutout innings, allowing two hits and two walks, while striking out six batters. He threw 47 of his 71 pitches for strikes. Colin Selby followed with his Indy debut and retired the side in order, hitting 99 MPH on one pitch. Noe Toribio threw a scoreless frame, Joe Jacques allowed the lone run, and Hunter Stratton struck out three in the ninth. Rodriguez had two hits in his Indians debut yesterday and added three more today, while driving him four runs. He hit a two-run double, which was his 39th double of the season. Ji-hwan Bae walked three times. Blake Sabol hit his fifth homer for Indy. Malcom Nunez hit his first Triple-A homer. Jared Oliva had three hits and stole his 19th base.

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dbsteel

I’d still like to know what Endy is position wise. I guess he’s the future catcher?

SufferinBuccotash

Seems like Endy is on track for to start next year in AAA and get called up mid June when Super 2 is no longer a concern…..fingers crossed for that one….

agent00

would be disappointed if that didn’t happen tbh

AdministrativeSky236

Also believe hes playing in the dominican this winter which seems to be around the level of AAA, so he should be well prepared for the next step i would think

mpg43952

In the immortal words of John Prine, Oh Boy!

1979andCounting

Who caught Priester, Blake or Endy?

1979andCounting

Never mind. It was Bins! Endy at 2nd, Blake in LF!

PirateRican21

I have a question and in no way I want to come across like a Debbie downer, but is this like September call ups in the bigs, what I mean is, all the good AAA players are up in the bigs and those that are left are org and recently promoted players.

James_Robert5

Well there are only like 5 dozen extra roster spots in MLB during September.

Is that what you’re concerned about?

PirateRican21

No concern, just want to keep my excitement in check. Last year when Cruz and company got promoted they went off too.

AdministrativeSky236

September roster is now just 28 instead of huge like before

ArkyWags

Good. The small army in the dugout was dumb.

joesolo6181

Endy is just crazy good.

hoffmark83

Some nice AAA debuts but I’m sure our GM will keep them in the minors for a couple more years because I’m sure he can find some waiver wire pickups to lead the Pirates to the promise land next season.

AdministrativeSky236

What a beautifully well rounded win for the indians

robertkasperski

I know it is way too early for Endy, Priester, Sabol, Nunez, Bae, Selby, and Swags but ……..

Bucs'N'Pucks (Jeff Reed)

Selby with a scoreless inning, touching 99

PirateRican21

Would love to see an article on future pen pieces, those are players I rarely follow.

agent00

someone help me out. i’m just not sure if endy is good or not. anyone?

jon6er

well he did manage to over slide second costing himself his second double of the game, lol.

robertkasperski

If he could learn to strike out a little more and maybe throw the ball into the stands from 2nd base or into the outfield more when behind the plate, he would work in the Show.

Bucs'N'Pucks (Jeff Reed)

I mean, he’s ok

TNBucs

They should just their name while he’s there to the Endyans.

TNBucs

If one was to graph Endy’s production vs. level and projected the future, he’d be projected to be better than Trout 🙂 I.e., OPS keeps going up as he advances levels.

robertkasperski

If it keeps going up in the show…….

Mets fans…………..

robertkasperski

And, Pirates fans…..

Bucs'N'Pucks (Jeff Reed)

Soooo, take the over on a 1.200 OPS in the bigs? lol

robertkasperski

I am taking the over!!!!

melkel

Just took a very good throw to keep him from another double, still got a couple more rbi’s.

jon6er

He was actually safe but he came off the bag.

Bucs'N'Pucks (Jeff Reed)

This is so much fun!!!!

The way Endy got to that ball and pulled it for a double. Then Sabol obliterating the baseball!!! LETS GOO!!!!

Bucs'N'Pucks (Jeff Reed)

Nunez with a ding dong big bomb. I thought it was going to go a lot further than it did with the way the camera man panned to the OF lol

Bucs'N'Pucks (Jeff Reed)

Well this makes me sad

leefieux

I hope he does better than his last start in Altoona.

robertkasperski

Bucs'N'Pucks (Jeff Reed)

Oooo, early game.

AdministrativeSky236

Excited for QPs taste of Indy then run in the fall league!

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