All posts tagged "Jeff Locke"

  • Game Recaps
    Jeff Locke Shines But Reds Win 2-1 in 13 Innings

    Having secured its prey, the black snake squeezes it to death before eating it. The body is...

  • First Pitch
    First Pitch: Locke’s Anti-Regression, Cumpton a Bonus, and Jamestown

    I didn't have one specific thing I wanted to write about, but a few notes I was thinking about. So I went with more of a notes column, with three different topics below. Jeff Locke hasn't regressed, but instead has improved his game. **About a month ago we were talking about Jeff...

  • Game Recaps
    Pirates Locke Down and Shut Out Dodgers 3-0

    Did you see this coming? Did you see Jeff Locke having the National League’s 5th-best ERA in mid-June? If you’re surprised, that’s because Locke’s performance sneaks up on you. The Pirates have needed nine starters to fill four spots because of injuries, poor pitching or in Gerrit Cole’s case, delaying a service...

  • Pirates Notebook
    Pirates Notebook: Projecting Rotation with Burnett Out, Cumpton In

    Let’s review the Pirates’ scheduled starting rotation following the news that Brandon Cumpton will take the place of injured A.J. Burnett. Dodgers Series Friday: Jeff Locke Saturday: Brandon Cumpton (MLB Debut) Sunday: Gerrit Cole Reds Series Monday: Francisco Liriano Tuesday: Charlie Morton Wednesday: Jeff Locke Thursday: To Be Announced Angels Series (not...

  • First Pitch
    First Pitch: The Pirates Have Had Some Amazing Starting Pitching Depth

    Jeanmar Gomez is one of 10 starting pitchers the Pirates have used this year. Photo Credit: David Hague Earlier today I was recording a podcast with James Santelli and Tom Bragg, talking about the rotation, and what moves would need to be made once guys like Jeanmar Gomez, James McDonald, and Wandy...

  • Game Recaps
    Ransom’s Late Homer Lifts Cubs Over Pirates 4-1

    It irritates me when I do not post a game recap, because then the right side of the site has an old story under PIRATES GAME RECAPS, and that’s just no good. So let’s go over the important takeaways from this 4-1 Pirates loss on Sunday, utilizing the “Three Quick Thoughts” style...

  • Game Recaps
    Pirates Lose Another Extra-Inning Game in Atlanta

    In the 6th inning on Tuesday night, Pirates manager Clint Hurdle had a decision to make. Starting pitcher Jeff Locke had just made his 103rd pitch, and it was lined by Atlanta Braves’ second baseman Dan Uggla into left for a two-out single. With right-handed-hitting B.J. Upton up to bat and Locke...

  • Analysis
    Projecting NL All-Star Rosters: Grilli, Burnett Could Be Only Pirates

    Andrew McCutchen has the 7th-most votes among outfielders, but can he get in as a reserve? (Photo Credit: David Hague) There is only one month left in the fan voting for the 2013 MLB All-Star Game at New York's Citi Field. Today, MLB released updated ballot results for the National League. The...

  • Game Recaps
    Pirates Win 1-0 On Martin’s Walkoff, Another Combined Shutout

    The Pirates pitched their 9th shutout of the season, and second 11-inning shutout against the Tigers, and Russell Martin hit a walkoff single off the wall to beat Detroit 1-0 Thursday night. Russell Martin smacked a fastball 400 feet to the North Shore Notch to score Neil Walker and the game’s only...

  • Pirates Notebook
    Pirates Notebook: Who Makes In-Game Hitting Adjustments?

    Let’s get right to the stat of the day for the 2013 Pirates: 93 runs scored in first five innings (0.34 per inning) 103 runs scored from the 6th-9th inning on (0.49 per inning) I don’t know whether this difference shows a team that makes good offensive adjustments as the game goes...

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