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Spring Games 10-11 Live: Bucs vs. Braves/Tribe

Spring Games 10-11 Live: Bucs vs. Braves/Tribe

I'll be here throughout the day, off and on, providing updates of the black and gold baseball. Feel free to leave a few comments with your insight and/or questions, and I'll do my best to address everything in a timely fashion.
Pittsburgh Pirates vs. Atlanta Braves, 1:05 p.m. EST
Zach Duke (and Masumi Kuwata) vs. Chuck James. Gameday Audio webcast and FM NewsTalk 104.7 feeds are available.Bucs trail 1-0 in the bottom of the second. Rush Limbaugh is on 104.7, so I guess there was an error on the station's schedule. Maybe they'll have the guys on tonight?
Duke gave up a homer to Willie Aybar for Atlanta's run. There's a live box on MLB.com again. Paulino catching, Eldred, Castillo, Wilson and Bautista around the infield, McCutchen in left, Matos in center and Nady in right. Draw all k...

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