Cutch's First Career Dinger Paces Pirates Offense

Andrew McCutchen, Andy LaRoche and Adam LaRoche each homered and drove in a pair of runs as Ian Snell won for just the second time all year. McCutchen hit a two run homer in the third. After Joe Crede’s two RBI knock tied the score in the home half of the fourth, Andy LaRoche hit a two run blast in the fourth to give the Priates the lead for goo. Adam LaRoche added a solo dinger and an sac fly later in the game and Robinzon Diaz...

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Twins Pound Maholm

Minnesota unleashed a ton of hits at Paul Maholm. He surrendered eight runs in five plus innings. The Pirates were unable to do much off his counterpart, Minnesota’s Glen Perkins who won his first start since coming off the DL. Joe Mauer had four hits and six diferent Twins drove in a run. Two other runs scored on double play balls. The Pirates lone tallies came on a homer from Nyjer Morgan.   The Good Not much to report...

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D-Train Wild as Pittsburgh Beats Detroit (Again)

It has been an ugly descent into mediocrity for Dontrelle Willis. A player who used to play with such enthusiasm. I hope he can recover the form that he once had. In the meantime, the Pirates took advantage of his wildness (8 walks) to score six runs off him in 3-2/3 IP. It could’ve been much worse. D-Train got out of a third inning bases loaded none out jam. Robinzon Diaz drove home three with a first inning sac fly and a two...

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Duke's Arm, Sanchez' Slam Propel Pirates

Mark it down: Zach Duke will make the All-Star team this year. Duke won his seventh game against four defeats by going eight and allowing just three runs. The Pirates jumped on Tigers starter Armando Galarraga with four second inning runs. He was pulled in the third after giving up consecutive hits to start the inning. Nate Robertson got out of that jam unharmed. The same wasn’t true in the following frame when Freddy Sanchez...

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Porcello Beats Bucs with Arm, Bat

This was tough to swallow. A pitcher the Pirates passed on in favor of Daniel Moskos who is now 20 and a rookie in the Show not only beat the Pirates by allowing one run in seven innings, but also collected two hits and two RBIs. Oh, he hadn’t actually come to bat in who knows how long. That man is Rick Porcello Ian Snell might’ve deserved better. He went seven innings and gave up two runs, allowing 10 hits. The Pirates...

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