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Game 49 Recap: Correia Wins Seventh

Game 49 Recap: Correia Wins Seventh

Correia tossed 7-1/3 shutout innings.

Some things continued in this game. Kevin Correia continued to pitch well. The Pirates continued to have success on the road. The offense continued to struggle.

Correia chucked it for 7-1/3 innings and gave up no runs. The Pirates picked up their 14th road win on the year. The offense managed just seven hits, but took advantage of two Chicago errors and six walks to push across four runs.

After wasting a pair of hits in the first, the Pirates put two on the board in the second thanks to some faulty defense. Chris Snyder drew a lead off walk from starter Doug Davis. Lyle Overbay singled. Ronny Cedeno's sac bunt was misplayed by Davis, loading the bases. Correia smacked a grounder to Aramis Ramirez and he bobbled it. Everyone was safe, with Sny...

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