Analysis

Game #83 vs. Milwaukee

Game #83 vs. Milwaukee

PNC Park | 4:05 | Youman vs. Chris Capuano | Box

The Brewers didn't look like one of the best teams in the National League on Tuesday.
Four errors---four!---and four walks---four!---helped the Pirates' offense break out a bit. (When you're handed eight free bases, you don't have much of a choice.) The Bucs went ahead for good in the fifth, then tacked on a little insurance in the sixth. Starter Shane Youman earned his first major-league victory as the Pirates sunk the Brewers, 6-2.
Don't look now, but Jason Bay is hitting .256 after another 0 for 4 game. We'll only go as far as Jason carries us. For all the talk about bringing in another bat to provide a boost for the lineup, it might make as much sense to start hoping that the sluggers we do have start to ... slug?
Ryan Doumit (.3...

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