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Game 8 Recap: Tabata’s 14th Inning Double Wins it

Game 8 Recap: Tabata’s 14th Inning Double Wins it

Ohlendorf left with a shoulder inury.

It took more than a little while, but in the end I'm smiling. Jose Tabata knocked in Josh Rodriguez with two outs in the 14th inning to move the Pirates to 5-3. If you are keeping track, the club needs 77 wins for a season above .500. Rodriguez had walked with two outs off Franklin Morales - Colorado's eighth pitcher of the game. Tabata followed with a high drive that bounced off the Clemente wall in right to score Rodriguez easily.

Ross Ohlendorf got in trouble early, settled in and then left prematurely with shoulder issues. He surrendered a two out, three run jack to Jason Giambi in the first inning. Giambi's dinger followed a lead off walk to Dexter Fowler and a single from Jonathan Herrera. After getting the first two hitters in the third i...

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