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Jameson Taillon, the 21-year-old minor league right-hander who sparkled for Team Canada in the World Baseball Classic on Sunday, was among 11 players the Pirate trimmed from the spring training roster on Wednesday. Taillon was reassigned to the team'
The next time Jameson Taillon pitches, it will be for Team Canada against the United States in the World Baseball Classic next week...Certainly, Taillon gave a better account of himself than the seven Pirates pitchers who allowed 14 walks after him
Fla. (AP) Boston's Jon Lackey retired the Pittsburgh Pirates on eight pitches in the first inning...After the first inning being so quick, I definitely needed to throw a few pitches,'' Lackey said after the Red Sox routed the Pittsburgh Pirates 16-6
The Pittsburgh Pirates opened their 45th spring in Bradenton on Sunday against the Atlanta Braves. But the team's Grapefruit League schedule really gets going this week with a string of three home games, beginning 1:05 p.m...So why should you keep an
Shutout innings from Gerrit Cole and Jameson Taillon and a long home run off the bat of Starling Marte. The Pittsburgh Pirates hope such scenarios play out during future summers and falls at PNC Park. On Friday, they had to settle for watching three
Their lockers sit side by side inside the home clubhouse at Pirate City, their names written in yellow on a plate with a black background...The organization's goal is to one day see them fronting a rotation in Pittsburgh...What does matter is that
A Hurricane is a Bull and one of the best golf teams in the state once again resides in East Manatee. The self-proclaimed World Wide Leader in Sports made another trek to Bradenton, a hard-throwing Ray made history, and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers made
The Florida State League playoffs are under way and for the first time since 2009, they are missing the Bradenton Marauders. The Pittsburgh Pirates' high Single-A affiliates, the Marauders made the postseason in each of their first two seasons...
The Pittsburgh Pirates announced Friday that Jameson Taillon, the second overall pick in the 2010 draft, is scheduled to be promoted from the Bradenton Marauders to the Altoona Curve and make his Double-A debut on Tuesday at Trenton. Taillon, 20, is
Jameson Taillon spent Sunday pitching in front of over 40,000 fans at Kauffman Stadium. His alarm went off Monday around 3:45 a.m. and Taillon was on an airplane back to Bradenton roughly two hours later. He was back inside McKechnie Field that night,