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PEDRO ALVAREZ RUMORS

VIDEO: Pedro Alvarez Beats The Shift In Cincinnati

Three True Outcome slugger Pedro Alvarez did his finest, today, to beat the shift put on by the Cincinnati Reds in the second inning. The solo shot for El Toro was his 15th of the season and drove in his 50th run. As you can see in the video, the pitch from David Holmberg was an 87 mph “fastball” that just hung up there where El Toro would perceive it as a 32-ounce prime rib...
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18 hours ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: After hearing Bucs want him gone, Alvarez parks one in the Allegheny

On Thursday the headlines blared that the Pittsburgh Pirates wanted "to get rid" of Pedro Alvarez, that they were willing to give him away to the first taker.Since then, the first baseman has knocked in four runs in consecutive victories over the Washington Nationals, and he's collected two hits, including Friday's bomb that cleared the right-field bleachers and made a crash landing...
Via Fox Sports
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Pirates' Alvarez searching for power

Watch Pedro Alvarez take batting practice or look at some of his past highlight reels and it's evident that he can hit for a lot of power. However, Alvarez has run into a power shortage in 2015, something the Pirates need to change if they're going to fight for a third straight trip to the playoffs. "It's contact point more than anything," Pirates hitting coach Jeff Branson told...
Via Fox Sports
June 30, 2015  |  Discuss

Pedro Alvarez Finds New Consistency

Pedro Alvarez is on a hot streak. In his last 10 games Pedro is hitting .382 with 4 Home Runs. The recent surge has lifted his OPS from .694 on May 14th to .822. But hot streaks are not unusual for Pedro Alvarez. We have seen him put together hot stretches like this in each of the last three seasons. What has convinced me that Pedro is a much improved hitter is what he accomplished...
Via Hidden Vigorish
May 27, 2015  |  Discuss

Pedro Alvarez’s Mammoth Home Run Lands In Boat On Allegheny River (Video)

Pedro Alvarez did a little boating Tuesday night. The Pittsburgh Pirates slugger has proved in recent years that when he gets a hold of one, he’ll send it a very long way. Well, he got a hold of one Tuesday against the Minnesota Twins, and the end result was a water landing of sorts. Alvarez ripped a 471-foot solo home run in the fourth inning that, off the bat, looked like it...
Via NESN.com
May 20, 2015  |  Discuss

Pedro Alvarez hits HR into boat on the fly (Video)

Pittsburgh Pirates first baseman Pedro Alvarez hit a home run out of PNC Park and into a small boat parked along the edge of the Allegheny River in the bottom of the fourth inning of Tuesday's game against Minnesota.The solo HR by Alvarez traveled about 450 feet and landed in the boat on the fly. A passer-by saw the baseball land and hopped into the boat to grab the souvenir for...
Via Holdout Sports
May 20, 2015  |  Discuss

Pittsburgh Pirates: what to do with Pedro Alvarez?

After transitioning from third base over to first base this offseason, Pedro Alvarez began the season on a bit of a hot streak. Over the past month and a half however he has declined substantially and it is time for the organization to decide what their plans for the future are regarding Alvarez. While the Pirates have control over Alvarez until 2017, this year might be as good a...
Via isportsweb.com
May 13, 2015  |  Discuss

Pittsburgh Pirates: The future of Pedro Alvarez

Pedro Alvarez throwing up the Zoltan sign (Photo Courtesy of USA TODAY) The Pittsburgh Pirates avoided arbitration with Pedro Alvarez signing him to a 1-year deal worth $4.25 million dollars, a hefty raise over his 2013 $700,000 earnings. After hitting a career-high 36 home runs, Alvarez has rightfully earned his raise. Pittsburgh controls the slugger’s rights through 2016, but...
Via isportsweb.com
January 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Pittsburgh Pirates: First base rumors

Ike Davis (Photo Courtesy of Andrew Mills/ The Star Ledger) Winter meetings have come and gone, and several names like James Loney are off the market. While the Pittsburgh Pirates still are in need of a first baseman. Garrett Jones has signed with the Miami Marlins after the Pirates designated him for assignment in November. What other options remain? Ike Davis seems to be the...
Via isportsweb.com
December 23, 2013  |  Discuss
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