All posts tagged "Paul Maholm"

  • Game Recaps
    Game 112 Recap: 6 Run 7th Runs Streak to 9

    San Diego used another grand slam and plenty of hits to pile up a Baker’s Dozen on Paul Maholm and the Pirates bullpen. Cory Luebke was money on the bump and at the dish. The Pirates have dropped nine straight. The Padres jumped out in front in the second. Orlando Hudson singled...

  • Top Stories
    Paul Maholm and PNC Park are the Perfect Match

    Earlier I provided an update on the expected regression by the starting pitching staff for the Pittsburgh Pirates.  One of the things I noticed was with Paul Maholm’s home run per fly ball ratio.  Maholm has regressed in this area since I looked at the numbers a month ago.  He still has...

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    Taking Another Look at the Pitching Staff

    About a month ago, the Pittsburgh Pirates had one of the best starting pitching rotations in the league.  They were ranked 4th overall, thanks to an impressive stretch where they got at least six innings and two or fewer runs from each starter every time out.  I looked at how good the...

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    Which Free Agents Could Get Draft Compensation?

    One thing the Pittsburgh Pirates rarely see is draft pick compensation for their departing free agents.  For the most part, the Pirates never really have free agents that depart after the season.  They usually trade those players around the deadline for a guaranteed return, rather than holding on to the players in...

  • Game Recaps
    Game 107 Recap: Lee Pops Two Homers in Loss

    The Pirates tried a couple of new things and at least one old thing. No thing worked as the offense sputtered behind a decent outing from Paul Maholm. The new things included two new bats in the lineup – Derrek Lee and Ryan Ludwick. The old was Andrew McCutchen hitting leadoff. The...

  • News and Rumors
    Pirates Should Be Shopping Paul Maholm

    Yesterday, before a lot of the trades started coming through, I took a look at how the market was shaping up, noting that it was looking like a seller's market.  That opinion didn't change yesterday, especially with starting pitchers. Ubaldo Jimenez was traded from the Colorado Rockies to the Cleveland Indians.  Jimenez...

  • Game Recaps
    Game 102 Recap: Braves Win 2-1 in Ten

    What has been somewhat of a fairy tale season has all the makings of a tragic ending should the Pirates remain unable to score runs. This isn’t 1968, but it seems like it whenever the Pirates take the field. The most recent pitcher to channel Bob Gibson was Jair Jurrjens. He allowed...

  • Game Recaps
    Game 97 Recap: Four Run First Lifts Birds

    St. Louis hit a pair of two run homers in the first inning and held on to win the opener of the weekend series 6-4. Paul Maholm was touched by both Albert Pujols and David Freese in the first. Two Pirate rallies were stunted by base running errors. Pujols’ dinger came with...

  • Game Recaps
    Game 95 Recap: McDonald, Bullpen Shutout Reds

    The Pirates and Reds played another tight game. James McDonald and Mike Leake were both effective. The Pirates managed a single run. The Reds managed none. The Pirates remain in first place. I’m happy. The lone run of the game scored early. Josh Harrison singled with one out in the first. Neil...

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    Game 92 Recap: Astros Rally to Push Bucs Out of First

    Pittsburgh rallied for three runs in the sixth inning. But aggressive base running and a costly error helped Houston score three times in the eighth to win it. In the process, the Pirates fell out of first place. The Astros drew first blood against Paul Maholm. Carlos Lee led off the second...

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