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Pittsburgh Pirates to Recall Tucupita Marcano

According to Jason Mackey of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette the Pittsburgh Pirates are set to recall super utility man Tucupita Marcano. In recent days the youth movement has been on for the Pittsburgh Pirates. Since Sunday, the team has promoted top relief pitching prospects Yerry De Los Santos, top starting pitching prospects Roansy Contreras, and outfield prospect Cal Mitchell. It appears that another prospect is on the way.
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N.J. native hoping to stick with the Twins

Devin Smeltzer will make his third start of the season for the Minnesota Twins on Thursday when he faces the Kansas City Royals. Smeltzer, who’s bounced between the Twins and Triple-A St. Paul, steps in for Joe Ryan, who landed on the COVID list. Smeltzer, who’s 1-0 with a...
MINNEAPOLIS, MN
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Nationals 1, Dodgers 0: B lineup delivers F results

After blowing out the Nationals in back-to-back games, the Dodgers missed out on a sweep due to being shutout in a 1-0 loss. The Dodgers had one hit with a runner on. After bouncing back in his last start, Julio Urias continued that momentum tonight, pitching well again and showing improved stuff.
LOS ANGELES, CA
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Talking Friars Ep. 170: Padres probably should’ve been swept by the Brewers

On the latest episode of Talking Friars, I give you my thoughts on all that went down during the Padres series loss to the Brewers including how San Diego was even able to win a game this series, Blake Snell bouncing back, Yu Darvish pitching well but the offense not backing him up, and Manny Machado’s bobble head night!
SAN DIEGO, CA
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Padres Down on the Farm: May 25 (Abrams 3 hits, Beaty 4 hits for EP/Baez, Lamet throw scoreless frames for SA)

Blowouts combined with postponements filled the day for San Diego Padres minor league affiliates. The El Paso Chihuahuas got a big boost from players whom Padres fans got to watch at the big leagues earlier this year, and the San Antonio Missions received strong relief outings from two young padres pitchers who are looking to work back to majors.
SAN DIEGO, CA
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Ashby pitches gem in Brewers 2-1 win over Padres

Milwaukee won another series, this time against the San Diego Padres, after winning the rubber match Wednesday. Aaron Ashby was on the mound for the Brewers facing Yu Darvish. Ashby pitched well throughout the game, allowing only one run as a replacement for the injured Freddy Peralta in the starting rotation.
MILWAUKEE, WI
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From the start, Padres look like a different team

The Padres are a quarter in and we can’t wait to see what’s next either. “We’re never out of it,” Padres pitcher Nick Martinez said. “I really believe that.”. Martinez was singing the Padres’ praises after Monday’s 3-2 come-from-behind win over the Milwaukee Brewers. It was yet another squeaker falling the Padres’ way, as they lead the majors in one-run victories and maybe thrills, too.
SAN DIEGO, CA
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Padres squander solid start from Darvish

There’s only so far that good pitching can carry you. The San Diego Padres anemic offense struggled for the second straight day, scoring just one (unearned) run. Yu Darvish put together another strong start, working 6.2 innings, and was tagged for just two runs. Robert Suarez pitched a scoreless 1.1 innings, but the Padres couldn’t scrap across the tying run.
SAN DIEGO, CA
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Tyrone Taylor's blast powers Brewers past Padres

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