All posts tagged "Joey Votto"

  • First Pitch
    First Pitch: When Could the Pirates Expect a $100 M Deal?

    Yesterday, Pittsburgh Pirates president Frank Coonelly was on 93.7 The Fan, and discussed the likelihood of the...

  • Analysis
    The Top Ten Moments From the Wild Card Victory

    Last night was one of the most memorable games in Pittsburgh Pirates history, and easily the most...

  • Game Recaps
    Reds Use Four Homers to Beat Pirates 4-1

    Let’s not dwell too much on this one. The Cincinnati Reds hit four solo home runs, three of which would have flown out even in larger ballparks, plus Mike Leake and Co. frustrated the Pirates again by keeping them hitless with runners in scoring position. There are three games to go and...

  • Pirates Notebook
    Pirates Notebook: Bucs Can’t Pull Off Comeback Win; McCutchen Wins Two Awards

    The Pirates have been able to pull off the comeback win 24 times this season. It’s been kind of the theme for the 2012 Bucs, battling back. Last year, the team was only able to pull off 36 over the entire season. So when Pedro Alvarez stepped to the plate after enduring a...

  • Analysis
    McCutchen & His Value To The Team

    Discussing MVP votes in late June is a rather pointless exercise.  Players fade late in the season or get injured or just not perform as well.  But it's not too early to at least put a working list together and show how valuable a player like Andrew McCutchen is to his team.  After...

  • Analysis
    Votto, Posey, Tabata in a class of their own

    Joey Votto, named the National League’s Most Valuable Player on Monday, received some admiration earlier this season for his lack of infield fly balls.

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