Pirates Notebook: The Most Important Game All Season
Sep20

Pirates Notebook: The Most Important Game All Season

Today, separated each by a single game, the Pittsburgh Pirates play the Cincinnati Reds. Each team holds  a wild card spot and if the season ended today, the Pirates would play the Reds in the one-game Wild Card game to earn the right to play a five-game series against the Atlanta Braves. If one were to say tonight’s game is possibly the most important one this season, that person wouldn’t be totally wrong in the eyes of...

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Pirates Plow Padres, 10-1
Sep19

Pirates Plow Padres, 10-1

Pirates’ manager Clint Hurdle said after last night’s 3-2 loss that the Pirates “gotta keep plowin’” following their third straight loss to the San Diego Padres. Thursday, the Pirates plowed the Padres in the form of a 10-1 victory. “We were able to go out and play a complete ballgame,” Hurdle said. “More often than not those games start on the mound. And it did again today.” Pedro Alvarez sounded the charge...

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Pirates Notebook: Attitude Equals Results
Sep19

Pirates Notebook: Attitude Equals Results

‘The worst loss of the season.’ Apparently, that’s what some Pirates fans are calling last night’s 3-2 loss to the San Diego Padres. You know, not like that 13-0 loss to St. Louis was bad. Or the 14-inning loss in St. Louis August 13. Those were worse, and will impact the Pirates’ postseason prospects more than any one-run loss to San Diego. Primarily, that’s because the Pirates are about as close...

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Pirates Notebook: A Man with a Plan for Martin
Sep18

Pirates Notebook: A Man with a Plan for Martin

Today, this 18th day of September in 2013, Russell Martin gets an off-day. Normally, Martin would see a day off on day-game following a night game as tomorrow’s 12:35 start will follow tonight’s first pitch at 7:05. In the month of September, following a 0-for-4 outing at the plate last night, Martin is now 4-for-40 in the final unit of the season’s six-month calendar. His batting average now sits at .229, the first...

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Offense Lackluster Again in 5-2 Loss
Sep17

Offense Lackluster Again in 5-2 Loss

The Pittsburgh Pirates accumulated more offense Tuesday night against the San Diego Padres, but it wasn’t enough to prevent the Friars from moving to 30-10 all-time at PNC Park via a 5-2 victory. The Padres racked up 14 hits to the Pirates’ seven, and San Diego’s pitched four hitless innings to carry the victory home. Jeff Locke (10-6) failed to carry over momentum from his last start against Chicago, when he allowed one...

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