Kingham (ankle) made his season debut for High-A Bradenton on Thursday, allowing only one hit in five scoreless innings, Pirates Prospects reports.
Kingham neither walked anyone nor recorded a strikeout in his rehab outing. He's coming back from an injury suffered near the end of spring training. The 25-year-old, who underwent Tommy John surgery in May of 2015, projects as a potential No. 3 starter. Command is Kingham's calling card -- he holds a career 397:160 K:BB ratio in the minors. May 11 9:19 pm (EST)
- Kingham (ankle) isn't expected to return from his injury until sometime in May, Bill Brink of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports.
- Kingham is expected miss approximately two weeks with an ankle injury, Pirates Prospects reports.
- The Pirates optioned Kingham to Triple-A Indianapolis on Monday, the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review's Rob Biertempfel reports. "My stuff feels good; maybe a little normal spring inconsistency, but everything has been getting better and better every time I take the mound," Kingham said. All Nick Kingham (R) News
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