Pirates Acquire OF Ryan Ludwick From Padres

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – The Pittsburgh Pirates were quiet leading up to the MLB Trade Deadline, but managed to pull off their second deal in as many days Sunday afternoon.

The Pirates acquired outfielder Ryan Ludwick from the San Diego Padres for a player to be named later.

Ludwick’s batting average is only .238, but he has 11 home runs and 64 RBI this season.

Ludwick broke into the league in 2002 with the Texas Rangers and holds a career batting average of .262.

In 752 career games, Ludwick has 115 home runs and 439 RBI.

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One Comment

  1. Corey says:

    These trades won’t matter. The pirates season officially ended today losing to the Philies 3 times. 4 1/2 games to much to overcome. Close to dropping below 500. 19 years of losing get Nutting out of town. Bring Cuban

  2. Ryan says:

    Wow, Corey, it’s a little early to give up. They play the Cubs four games in a row, then the Padres I believe. They could easily be close to first or in frist again after that stretch.

    Please go to Steelers training camp and watch your Steelers preseason games and jump off the bandwagon. This is a special season and still can be.

  3. RandyRandyTime says:

    I Love the Ryan Ludwick trade and the D Lee trade . Ludwick had 11 homers and 64 rbi’s playing in san diego petco park Its hard to hit homers there!

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