Pedro Alvarez

Pittsburgh Pirates #24 - Third Base

  • Born: 02/06/87
  • Age: 27
  • Height: 6-3
  • Weight: 235
  • Bats/Throws: L/R

Crazy Sandy finally deals Ike Davis

The Mets traded Ike Davis to Pittsburgh, which reminds general manager Sandy Alderson in a way much like a popular New York salesman from decades ago.

The pretty good Pittsburgh Pirates

After two decades of bad baseball, the Pirates look to be on the cusp of a prolonged resurgence. That's thanks in large part to NL MVP Andrew McCutchen, newly extended GM Neal Huntington and manager Clint Hurdle. And someone else you may not know.

The Cardinals drop game one in the season series

The Cardinals Drop Game 1 In The Season Series In Spectacular Fashion To The Pirates

Top 20 NL only Third Base Rankings for 2014

Ray breaks down his Top 20 shortstops for NL only leagues. Check out who I ranked at #1, and where I ranked David Wright, Pedro Alvarez, Nolan Arenado and others.

Will Middlebrooks Be Good in 2014?

People have been quick to heap up criticism on the young third baseman after a disappointing 2013, but could a savvy owner reap fantasy gold this year with Middlebrooks as their starter?

Does Kris Bryant Make the Grade?

What could Chicago Cubs' prospect Kris Bryant bring to fantasy leagues in the future?

Pedro Alvarez: The Jeff Goldblum of third base

Alvarez might only do one thing well, but he does his one thing as well as anyone in the game. Reminds you of a famous actor, no?

Assembling the Perfect Reds Center Fielder

This, I'll warn you, is going to read like an it's an ode to Eric Davis, and that's totally on purpose.

Randy Knorr On Rafael Soriano; Davey On Knorr

With Davey Johnson back in his office after getting ejected, Washington Nationals' bench coach Randy Knorr was forced to make a decision when Nats' closer Rafael Soriano faltered in the ninth inning of a late-July game with the Pittsburgh Pirates...

Pirates doubled up again

The Pirates keep hitting line drives at the wrong guy.

Cardinals vs Pirates score: 2-1, Wacha loses no-no

Pedro Alvarez homered to break up Michael Wacha's no-hitter, but St. Louis still leads 2-1 after eight innings.

Cards' Michael Wacha with no-hitter through 7

The rookie flirts with perfection in a postseason game against the Pirates

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