Here’s a look at how some ex-Pirates are faring this season:

- Nate McLouth was recently called up by the Baltimore Orioles. He tore it up for their Triple-A club, the Norfolk Tides, and earned a spot on their big league roster. Nate has hit .250 with four doubles and a triple in 14 games for the O’s

- Brad Lincoln has an ERA of 6.55 in eight games for the Toronto Blue Jays. He’s been tagged for eight runs in his last four outings.

- Adam LaRoche has enjoyed a solid season for the first place Washington Nationals. In 114 games, he has 23 HR and 77 RBI while hitting .260.

- Sean Burnett is also contributing big time in the nation’s capital. The lefty reliever has a 1.94 ERA in 55 appearances for the Nats.

- In 54 games for the Mets, Ronny Cedeno is hitting .287 with 3 homers and 21 runs batted in. He missed time due to injury in April (left intercostal strain) and May (strained left calf).

- In his first season with the Minnesota Twins, Ryan Doumit has hit a solid .292 with 14 long balls. The injury-prone catcher has played in 101 of Minnesota’s 120 games, and has only been bothered by a right calf strain this season. He inked a two-year extension with the Twins in June.

- Steve Pearce has landed in Houston after playing 28 games for the Orioles. He’s hit .283 in 16 games for the Astros.

- Chris Snyder is also with the lowly Astros. Snyder is hitting an abysmal .181 this season.

- Xavier Paul has been clutch for the enemy Cincinnati Reds as of late. He sparked a walk-off win on Sunday by hitting a leadoff pinch-hit triple. Paul has managed a .342 batting average in 38 at-bats for the Redlegs.

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  1. evan deane (@EvanisCreative) on August 20, 2012

    and Jason Bay and Freddy Sanchez are a couple of “WHO?” baseball players.

    • fromforbestofederal Author on August 20, 2012

      haha. Funny how it all works out. Freddy can’t stay healthy and Bay has had four injuries this season himself. Hopefully they can both end their careers on a good note.

  2. evan deane (@EvanisCreative) on August 20, 2012

    and Jason Bay and Freddy Sanchez are a couple of “WHO?” baseball players.

    • fromforbestofederal Author on August 20, 2012

      haha. Funny how it all works out. Freddy can’t stay healthy and Bay has had four injuries this season himself. Hopefully they can both end their careers on a good note.

  3. evan deane (@EvanisCreative) on August 20, 2012

    and Jason Bay and Freddy Sanchez are a couple of “WHO?” baseball players.

    • fromforbestofederal Author on August 20, 2012

      haha. Funny how it all works out. Freddy can’t stay healthy and Bay has had four injuries this season himself. Hopefully they can both end their careers on a good note.

  4. evan deane (@EvanisCreative) on August 20, 2012

    and Jason Bay and Freddy Sanchez are a couple of “WHO?” baseball players.

    • fromforbestofederal Author on August 20, 2012

      haha. Funny how it all works out. Freddy can’t stay healthy and Bay has had four injuries this season himself. Hopefully they can both end their careers on a good note.

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