Randy Linville

  • Analysis
    Game 54: Rain and SF Homers Make Duke Miserable

    I didn't think this one would be played. The game was delayed nearly three hours and by the time the game was in its waning innings, the two extra kids spending the night at my house were finally asleep. And so was I.

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    Game 53: Walker’s Homer Continues Dominance Over Cubs

    More solid pitching. More sputtering offense. Another late inning spurt. Bucs win again.

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    Game 52: Bucs Rally Late to Top Cubs

    The offense is still stagnant. The pitching was stellar. More of the same from Ross Ohlendorf, please.

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    Game 51: Braves Sweep Buccos

    The Braves pitching kept the Pirates hitters down again. Not really anything unusual or anything to brag about. It'd be like some C list actress saying she used to date Charlie Sheen. That list is long.

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    Game 50: Offensive Woes Continue in Loss to Atlanta

    The Pirates managed only three runs. In dropping 8 of 10, the Pirates have averaged just 2.3 runs per game. Yuck.

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    Game 49: It Got Rough Early, Again

    Zach Duke gave up five runs in the first two innings. The Pirates were unable to score that much in nine frames.

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    Game 48: Morton Pounded Again

    I think it is time to pull the plug on Charlie Morton's first half of 2010. Send him to Indy and let him get himself straightened out.

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    Game 47: Arroyo Handcuffs Bucs

    Few things about baseball anger me more than watching a player the Pirates gave away come back to haunt the team. It happened tonight.

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    Game 46: Doumit Homer Wins Another

    It was just like Sunday. Only it wasn't a walk off. And it didn't happen in extra innings. So, it wasn't just like Sunday except in the outcome. Ryan Doumit's solo homer in the top of the 9th put the Pirates up to stay, 2-1.

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    Game 45: Bucs Done In by Five Run Fourth

    Aaron Harang's bat was the key to the game. Strange but true. Harang's two out RBI single in the fourth kept the inning going and helped the Reds blow the game open with a five run outburst.

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