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Dominican Summer League Pirates 2

The Dominican Summer Pirates 2 or DSL Pirates 2 are the second Dominican Summer League team affiliated with the Pittsburgh Pirates and is based in Boca Chica, Dominican Republic.

The team was previously known as the Venezuelan Summer Pirates or VSL Pirates and were a part of the Venezuelan Summer League. During that time, team was affiliated with the Pirates and based in San Joaquín, Carabobo, Venezuela. The team has won 5 straight league regular season titles over the span of 2006 to 2010. They have also won league championship titles in 2008 and 2010.[1][2] On September 12, 2011, the Pirates announced that the organization would be terminating its lease and no longer participating in the six-team Venezuelan Summer League. The instability and political climate in Venezuela is thought to have played a large role in the organization's decision to pull out of the league.

This led to the Pirates decision to field two teams in the Dominican Summer League, with the remnants of the VSL Pirates forming the Dominican Summer Pirates 2.[3] Both clubs will accommodate 35 players, meaning that the closure of the Venezuelan academy will not impact the number of players the Pirates can develop in Latin America.

Players Coaches/Other


  • 90 Dario Agrazal
  • 70 Omar Basulto
  • -- Jose Batista
  • 66 Luis Brun
  • 97 Remy De Aza
  • 83 Hector Garcia
  • 34 Alexander Gutierrez
  • 28 Delvin Hiciano ‡
  • -- Edgar Martinez
  • -- Andres Mendoza
  • 49 Jorge Mendoza
  • 91 Luylli Miranda
  • 62 Richard Mitchell
  • 73 Jesus Paredes
  • 68 Horelbin Ramos
  • 86 Francis Rodriguez
  • 72 Eduardo Vera
  • 38 Julio Vivas


  •  2 Yoel Gonzalez
  • 14 Carlos Marquez
  • 47 Ramy Perez
  • 27 Edgardo Rangel


  • 67 Gustavo Barrios
  • 60 Bealyn Chourio
  • 18 Jhoan Herrera
  • 77 Carlos Munoz
  • 30 Edgardo Munoz
  • 51 Fredis Padilla
  • 17 Jose Salazar


  • 89 Alexis Bastardo
  • 16 Michael De La Cruz
  • 13 Steven De La Mota
  • 48 Edgar Figueroa
  • 99 Yomifer Polanco
  • 58 Jesus Ronco


  • -- Keoni De Renne


7-day disabled list
* On Pittsburgh Pirates 40-man roster
∞ Reserve list
§ Suspended list
‡ Restricted list
# Rehab assignment
Roster updated August 26, 2013
More MiLB rosters
Pittsburgh Pirates minor league players


External links

  • team page
  • Baseball Reference team page
  • Pirates end relationship in Venezuela
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