Analysis

Game 64 Recap: Mets Get to Correia Late

Game 64 Recap: Mets Get to Correia Late

The Pirates offense offered no support for Correia.

It was close into the late innings. Kevin Correia and Chris Capuano were both effective, with Correia retiring the first 14 Met hitters. It ended in a 7-0 laugher with Clint Hurdle watching from the clubhouse.

The Mets first hit came in the fifth inning off the bat of Jason Bay. The Pirates put a runner on in each of the first five innings, but failed to put anyone on third.

The game turned - and turned weird - in the seventh. Daniel Murphy and Angel Pagan both singled to put runners on the corners with one out. Bay's fly ball scored Murphy, but Pagan failed to touch second base making his way back to first and was called out. That ended the inning, but the run stood.

In the bottom of the seventh, Hurdle was tossed arguing th...

This content is for Pirates Prospects subscribers only. Subscribers get access to all of our daily articles on the Pirates and their minor league system, with live coverage throughout the system on a daily basis. Our lowest rates are $2.22 per month under our Top Prospect Plan, which also gets you a 40% discount on the 2017 Prospect Guide. Subscribe today to access all of our daily coverage of the Pirates' system.

If you're already a member, you can log in below. If you think you're receiving this message in error, please e-mail tim@piratesprospects.com.

Analysis

Randy is currently living and thriving in suburban Dayton, OH with his wife and two kids. He was raised in Cincinnati, OH and attended Anderson High School. He went to Miami University (Ohio) and received a degree in Paper Science Engineering from MU. He is a devout Christian and a pop culture buff. He coaches his son’s baseball and basketball teams and his daughters softball and basketball teams. Randy has been a Pirates fan since the late 1970s and has fond memories of the 1979 World Series team. He began blogging for Most Valuable Network in 5/2004 after stumbling across a help-wanted sign for a Pirates blogger. He wrote for Pittsburgh Lumber Co. until the site merged with Pirates Prospects in 2/2011.

More in Analysis

Cole Tucker is Starting to Show Why the Pirates Have Been So High on His Potential

Tim WilliamsMay 24, 2017

Williams: How Soon Before Free Agency Do the Pirates Normally Trade a Player?

Tim WilliamsMay 24, 2017

Pirates Notebook: Neal Huntington Sees Positive Signs Despite Poor Offensive Stats

Alan SaundersMay 23, 2017

Prospect Notebook: Edgar Santana, Austin Meadows, Kevin Newman, Nick Kingham

Tim WilliamsMay 23, 2017

Neal Huntington Discusses Spending Extra Payroll, Intent to Add at the Deadline

Tim WilliamsMay 22, 2017

Less is More For Chad Kuhl in Pirates 1-0 Victory

Alan SaundersMay 21, 2017

Pirates Prospects is an independent media outlet, and is in no way affiliated with the Pittsburgh Pirates, their minor league affiliates, Major League Baseball, or Minor League Baseball.

Copyright © 2016 Pirates Prospects