All posts tagged "Houston Astros"

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    Team Effort Repels Houston

    It was one of those games where nobody and nothing really stood out. Paul Maholm was good but not great in giving up four runs over seven innings. Those runs came in the form of a Hunter Pence dinger and a couple of RBI producing at bats from Carlos Lee. The Pirates...

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    Hampton Sends Bucs Back to Earth

    The one game euphoria I had after Andrew McCutchen's successful ML debut has been driven from my mind. Mike Hampton and Jeff Fulchino combined to limit the Pirates to six singles and one run. Hampton went seven, allowing five hits, the lone run and no walks. He whiffed five. The Astros went...

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    Hampton Continues Pirates Offensive Woes

    Mike Hampton gave up three hits and one run over seven dominant innings to give the Astros the series. The Pirates lone run came in the form of a Nate McLouth dinger leading off the bottom of the first inning. After that, the Pirates didn't advance a runner past first base. Paul...

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    Karstens Sharp as Bucs Win

    Jeff Karstens looked good over seven innings, allowing just two runs and seven hits. He surrendered three singles, three doubles and a walk in needing just 87 pitches to get that deep. The Pirates jumped on Wandy Rodriguez immediately, utilizing a walk and four singles to plate three runs in the first....

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    Moehler's Arm, Maysonet's Bat Squelch Pirates

    What's worse: Getting beaten down by a pitcher who hadn't gone the distance in nine years or Giving up four hits to a player who had only three career knocks? Well, they both happened tonight in Pittsburgh. Brian Moehler tossed a complete game - his first since 8-8-00 to get his second...

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