All posts tagged "Andrew McCutchen"

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    Game 33 Recap: Morton Continues Electricity

    Overbay hit his second home run to start the scoring. Charlie Morton picked up his fourth win of 2011 by going 7-2/3 innings against Houston. The Pirates offense showed some signs of life with to multi-run outbursts. The fun started in the second when Lyle Overbay drilled a lead off homer against...

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    Game 30 Recap: Friars Hit Three Homers to Beat Bucs

    Beimel took the loss in relief. San Diego's bats awoke somewhat. The Padres got three solo homers from players who had yet to homer in 2011 in beating Pittsburgh 6-5. The Pirates drew first blood off of Mat Latos. Andrew McCutchen drew a walk to lead off the game. Xavier Paul's bunt...

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    Any McCutchen Extension Needs to Include FA Years

    The Pirates are discussing an extension with McCutchen. The Pittsburgh Pirates and center fielder Andrew McCutchen are discussing a contract extension, according to Dejan Kovacevic.  Kovacevic mentions that it wasn't clear when the two sides started negotiating, and that neither side would comment on the negotiations. Overall this shouldn't be a huge...

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    Game 28 Recap: Morton Wins His 3rd, Bucs Take Series

    Morton pitched into the sixth to get his third win. Everyone who reads this blog likely knows that Charlie Morton only won three games in 2010. He already has three wins and he and his electric stuff will hopefully have little resistance to notching double digit wins. In unrelated news, the Pirates...

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    Game 27 Recap: Iannetta’s Bomb Sinks Bucs

    Maholm was roughed up in the second. It might be a good sign for Colorado that some of their slumping hitters contributed to a four run outburst in the second inning. What certainly isn't a good sign for the Pirates is that their offense continues to be anemic. The game started solidly....

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    What’s wrong with Andrew McCutchen?

    Dave Arrigo - Pittsburgh Pirates Clearly, Andrew McCutchen is slumping. After a hot start on the season's opening road trip, he has hit .162/.279/.270 in his past 86 plate appearances. There is little to worry about at this point, as we are only a month into the season. He had a .286/.365/.459...

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    Game 26 Recap: Correia Tosses Gem in Denver

    Correia dropped his ERA below 3.00. It was snowing off and on in Colorado last night. That just doesn't seem right this late in April. It didn't stop Kevin Correia from pitching well and the Pirates as a team from holding the Stones scoreless. Correia was pulled with two outs in the...

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    Game 21 Recap: Rain, Morse Ruin Sunday

    Walker had three hits, but it wasn't enough. The crowd was sparse. The weather was rotten. Michael Morse hit a three run homer with two out in the third. Other than that, it was an okay day. The Pirates jumped out early again. Andrew McCutchen doubled to lead off the game and...

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    Game 20 Recap: Pirates Beat Up on Hernandez

    Karstens earned the win with a solid outing. After last night's game was postponed and this one was delayed, the Pirates quickly gave the fans in attendance what they wanted: an early lead. Pittsburgh batted around and scored five runs on six hits in the first inning, giving a nice cushion to...

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    Game 15 Recap: Bucs Win See-Saw Battle

    McCutchen paced the Pirates offensive attack. Reds starter Edinson Volquez continued his first inning troubles. Andrew McCutchen and Jose Tabata started the game with consecutive home runs. Lyle Overbay walked and Neil Walker doubled. Volquez whiffed Pedro Alvarez before walking Garrett Jones. Chris Snyder walked to force in a run and Ronny...

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