Randy Linville

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    Game 134: Bucs Jump on Hernandez, Hang on to Win

    Pittsburgh collected nine of their eleven hits in a three inning span to beat Livan Hernandez and the Washington Nationals.

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    Game 133: Cubs Upend Bucs to Take Series

    It wasn't one big play. It wasn't one big inning. It was just one of those games. I've heard it said that in baseball every team is guaranteed to win 50 and lose 50. What happens in those other 62 are what counts. Well, count this as...

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    Game 132: Bucs Return Favor, Drill Cubbies

    One night after being blown out, the Pirates piled on the Cubs, scoring 14 runs on 15 hits in a laugher.

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    Game 131: Maholm Pounded by Cubs

    It has been a pretty ugly year for Paul Maholm and this game was no exception. The Cubs collected 18 hits - 10 for extra bases - in a laugher.

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    Game 130: Brewers Rough Up Morton to Sweep

    Charlie Morton came into the game with a 9.35 ERA and he pitched so ineffectively that his ERA rose. Yep, he got hammered and Milwaukee swept a three game series.

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    Game 129: Bucs Blow Lead, Lose in 11

    The Pirates hit three homers and took a 7-4 lead into the seventh inning. Milwaukee rallied to tie it and emerged victorious in extra innings. If this were a good club, this would be a win they'd have to have.

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    Game 128: Six Run Outburst Sends Milwaukee Past Bucs

    James McDonald was in command. But Milwaukee sent eleven men to the plate in the seventh to bust open a close game.

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    Game 127: McCutchen (the Pitcher) Sharp Against Birds

    Jeff Karstens was supposed to start. He was skipped due to concerns with arm fatigue. Daniel McCutchen stepped in and pitched six scoreless innings.

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    Game 126: Bucs Beat Wainwright

    Pittsburgh has won two out of three. Surprisingly tonight's victim was NL victory leader Adam Wainwright.

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    Game 125: Pujols Batters Bucs; Ohlendorf Injured

    Some things don't surprise you: Albert Pujols homered and had three hits against Pittsburgh. Some things add salt to a very open wound: Ross Ohlendorf's miserable 2010 was compounded by a shoulder injury that forced him to leave the game after pitching to two batters. Any way...

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