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JOSE OSUNA RUMORS & GOSSIP

Osuna continuing 3B work at Pirates camp

For most of his professional career, baseball season never ended for Jose Osuna. He went from Spring Training to the Minor Leagues to winter ball right back to Spring Training. So when Osuna returned home to Venezuela last October, he rested. For all of a month or so.
Via Pirates.com
4 days ago

Osuna may get more work at 3rd base

Don't pencil his name into the lineup just yet, but Jose Osuna may be getting some more pregame work at third base during the second half of the season.
Via Pirates.com
July 14, 2017

Goldschmidt homers twice in loss to Bucs

Jose Osuna hit a two-run homer off D-backs reliever Tom Wilhelmsen in the top of the 10th on Sunday to lead to a 6-4 win to split a four-game series this weekend at Chase Field.
Via Diamondbacks.com
May 14, 2017

Osuna’s 10th-inning HR helps Pirates beat Diamondbacks 6-4

PHOENIX (AP) — Jose Osuna hit a two-run homer with two outs in the 10th inning and Tony Watson escaped a bases-loaded jam in the bottom of the inning to lift the Pittsburgh Pirates over the Arizona Diamondbacks 6-4 on Sunday. Osuna hit a 3-1 pitch from Tom Wilhelmsen (0-1) out to right-center field, forcing a split of a four-game series. It was Osuna’s second career homer. Watson...
Via MyNorthwest.com
May 14, 2017

Osuna has success at plate, trouble in field

Jose Osuna ran back toward the warning track in pursuit of Ben Zobrist's fly ball, left his feet and lost sight of it. It seemed the ball shifted on him at the last second, he said, and he couldn't reel in a catchable ball.
Via Pirates.com
April 25, 2017

Game 16: Jose Osuna’s PNC Park debut comes in the starting lineup

By Chris Adamski NORTH SHORE – Some four hours prior to Friday’s first pitch, Jose Osuna had yet to shag flies in PNC Park’s unique right field. He’d also yet to see his name written into a regular-season major-league lineup.   Both changed in preparation for Friday’s game against the New York Yankees.   “It’s a good opportunity for showing what I can do in the field,” Osunsa said...
Via Bucco Blog
April 21, 2017

Pirates A.M. — Osuna or later, he’ll be in majors

By Rob Biertempfel BRADENTON, Fla. — Every year, it seems, there’s a guy who’s on the fringes of the battle for an opening day roster spot who becomes a cause celebre by putting up big numbers in spring training. Caution: Michael Morse hit .389 last spring. Tony Sanchez knocked four homers in 2015. Matt Hague batted .364 in 2013 and .400 in 2012. In 2007, my first year as the full...
Via Bucco Blog
March 22, 2017

Hot-hitting Osuna has eyes on Opening Day spot

Pirates prospect Jose Osuna knows his strengths, his weaknesses and the opportunity in front of him.
Via Pirates.com
March 21, 2017

Brad Miller homers but Rays can't launch past Pirates

PIRATES 10, RAYS 8 Jose Osuna hit his fourth spring home run for Pittsburgh. Wade LeBlanc gave up four earned runs on five hits over 2 2/3 innings. Brad Miller homered and drove in three runs for Tampa Bay.
Via Associated Press
March 09, 2017  |  Discuss
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