All posts tagged "Paul Maholm"

  • Analysis
    Paul Maholm: Trade or Extend?

    Player A: 3.71 ERA, 6.1 K/9, 2.7 BB/9 Player B: 4.44 ERA, 5.5 K/9, 2.8 BB/9 Player C: 3.77 ERA, 5.1 K/9, 3.3 BB/9, 86.0 IP Player D: 6.25 ERA, 4.8 K/9, 2.7 BB/9, 99.1 IP Player E: 3.12 ERA, 5.8 K/9, 3.2 BB/9, 89.1 IP What do all of the above...

  • Game Recaps
    Game 65 Recap: Bucs Get Maholm Enough Runs for a W

    There was more mayhem on the basepaths. There was a continued lack of offense from the Pirates. Thankfully, Paul Maholm continued to pitch very well. He tossed seven shutout innings and the Pirates scored three times to win 3-1. The Pirates scored early against Mike Pelfrey. Jose Tabata, Xavier Paul and Neil...

  • Analysis
    Game 60 Recap: .500!

    McCutchen's walk off homer wins it in the 12th Both teams blew chances. Both teams had the lead. But when it was over, Andrew McCutchen's walk off homer in the 12th provided the last, final run and a Bucco victory. The win evened the Pirates record at 30-30. Former Pirate Zach Duke...

  • Analysis
    Game 50 Recap: Maholm Tosses a Shutout

    Maholm finally got some run support. The Pirates offense woke up to support their longest tenured starting pitcher. The Pirates clobbered four homers and Maholm continued to pitch effectively in throwing a complete game three hit shutout. Randy Wells faced off against Maholm and through the first three frames, the clubs combined...

  • Analysis
    Trade Values: Paul Maholm

    What kind of trade value would Maholm have? The other day I reviewed what type of trade value we could expect Joel Hanrahan to have.  Since there were some requests for a similar look at Paul Maholm, I figured I would take a look.  Before I begin, let me point out something...

  • Analysis
    Game 46 Recap: Porcello Prevents Sweep

    Maholm continues to receive little run support. Rick Porcello allowed just one hit through eight innings. The Pirates once again struggled to get some runs for Paul Maholm. In the end, the Pirates were unable to sweep Detroit and fell two games below .500. Detroit got on the board in the second....

  • Analysis
    Who Creates Space For Brad Lincoln?

    Lincoln is on a hot streak, but how do the Pirates fit him in the rotation? Remember back in the off-season when the Pittsburgh Pirates were starved for pitching help?  At one point in time, people were calling for the Pirates to add Armando Galarraga to the rotation, thinking he'd be an...

  • Game Recaps
    Game 41 Recap: Maholm Loses Another Tough One

    I look forward to the day when I can write that Paul Maholm got plenty of offensive support. Today isn’t that day. The Pirates offense was once again woeful. Maholm was solid. Those two things once again equaled a Pirates loss – their sixth straight. The offense collected ten hits. That’s good....

  • Analysis
    Game 37 Recap: Kuroda Dominates Bucs

    Maholm pitched into tough luck again. I officially feel bad for Paul Maholm. He can't catch a break. The Pirates offense was unable to do anything against Hiroki Kuroda. The game was scoreless through five. But Maholm surrendered two runs in the sixth and that was enough. Kuroda didn't allow a base...

  • Analysis
    Game 27 Recap: Iannetta’s Bomb Sinks Bucs

    Maholm was roughed up in the second. It might be a good sign for Colorado that some of their slumping hitters contributed to a four run outburst in the second inning. What certainly isn't a good sign for the Pirates is that their offense continues to be anemic. The game started solidly....

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