All posts tagged "Kent Tekulve"

  • Injury Updates
    Huntington: Decision To Be Made on Karstens; McDonald and Morton Updates

    Pirates general manager Neal Huntington made a rare appearance in Charleston, W.Va. for Sunday's game between the Lexington Legends and the West Virginia Power and I (along with the Charleston Daily Mail's Derek Redd, who covers the Power in addition to Marshall University sports) got the chance to ask him a few...

  • Pirates History
    This Date in Pirates History: April 20

    On this date in 1985, the Pittsburgh Pirates traded longtime reliever Kent Tekulve, to the Philadelphia Phillies in exchange for pitcher Al Holland and minor league pitcher Frankie Griffin. Tekulve was 38 years old and had pitched just three games for the Pirates in 1985, allowing seven runs in 3.1 innings. He...

  • Pirates History
    This Date in Pirates History: March 5

    Before I get to the former Pittsburgh Pirates player that stands out from the rest on this date, I will mention the current player celebrating a birthday who hasn’t pitched a regular season game for them as of yet. Pitcher Eric Bedard turns 33 today. He went 5-9 3.62 in 24 starts...

  • Pirates History
    A Recent History of the 82nd Win – 1983

    Continuing down memory lane with a look at the 82nd win in 1983. The 1982 Pirates were never in serious contention for the post-season. Althought they did play meaningful games in September, something that we have only been able to wish for recently. That 1982 team had a strong offense – ranking...

  • Pirates History
    A Recent History of the 82nd Win – 1982

    Continuing with the history of the joy of being above .500, let’s have a look at 1982. After winning it all in 1979 and fading down the stretch in 1980, the 1981 season was nothing short of disastrous both for baseball and the Pirates. The 1981 strike commenced with the Pirates in...

  • Pirates History
    A Recent History of the 82nd Win -1980

    Though there were excellent signs of improvement in 2011, the Pittsburgh Pirates are not close to contention. Next year, though, we might reasonably expect them to return to mediocrity. That’s right: I’m expecting 82 wins next year. The Pirates inability to even achieve mediocrity has been well documented. The current streak of...

  • Game Recaps
    Game 141 Recap: McDonald is Stellar like Monica Gellar

    Maybe the Astros clubhouse was filled with the sounds of Milli Vanilli’s ‘Blame it on the Rain’ after this one ended. If the scoreboard operators in Pittsburgh are anything like most scoreboard operators, they were playing rain themed songs (‘Who’ll Stop the Rain’ by CCR, ‘Laughter in the Rain’ by Neil Sedaka,...

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