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|Games Played By Position|
|12/05/2014||Jake Arrieta, SP CHC|
Aaron Blair, SP ARI
Juan Abreu, RP LAD
Jonathon Crawford, SP DET
Edwar Cabrera, SP TEX
Trey Ball, SP BOS
Chris Reed, SP LAD
Devon Travis, 2B DET
Jacoby Ellsbury, CF NYY
Stetson Allie, 1B PIT
Drew Storen, RP WAS
|Kevin Gausman, SP BAL|
Arismendy Alcantara, CF CHC
Kohl Stewart, SP MIN
Rougned Odor, 2B TEX
Pregame work paying dividends for Stetson Allie
|by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com|
|(4/24/14) Pirates first base prospect Stetson Allie homered twice, which included a grand slam, during a 10-9 win for Double-A Altoona Wednesday. Allie finished 3 for 3 with one double, two walks, three runs and five RBI.
Allie has homered four times in his last five games to bring his season total to five. He is batting .291 with a .400 on-base percentage, .655 slugging percentage, 1.055 OPS, five doubles, 11 runs and 13 RBI in 15 games. He also has nine walks and 13 strikeouts.
"Getting a good cage routine, sticking to my approach and really focusing on the work before the game," Allie said about his early season success, per MLB.com. "When I go into the game where I had a good work day, it seems like in the game I'm a little bit more patient, I'm looking for a little bit better pitch selection and everything seems a little bit slow in the game instead of speeding up."
Pirates move Stetson Allie up the ladder
|by Jack Moore | CBSSports.com|
|(6/19/13) The Pirates have promoted prospect first baseman Stetson Allie to High Class A Bradenton, the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports.
Allie has made his conversion from pitching to hitting a success thus far. In 66 games at Low Class A West Virginia, Allie hit .324/.414/.607 with 17 home runs and six stolen bases. At 22, he was a touch old for the league, so the promotion will be a good test of if his talent can play.
Pirates changing prospect's position
|by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com|
|(6/4/12) According to the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review the Pirates have decided to move pitcher Stetson Allie off the mound and back into the batters box, deciding that the high-priced pitching prospects future lays in the field. Allie, a hard-throwing right-hander that the team gave $2.25 million to in the 2010 Draft as a second-round pick, has walked 37 batters in 26 2/3 career innings, which has prompted the move. "Stetson was one of the few athletes in each draft to be considered a prospect as a pitcher and as a hitter," general manager Neal Huntington said. "We believed his highest upside was as a pitcher. We obviously were very pleased to sign him as a pitcher. Since then, we've faced some challenges with him as a pitcher."
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