All posts tagged "Pittsburgh Pirates News"

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    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,...

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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...

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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....

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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...

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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...

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    Bucs Score Late and Earn Split

    The Pirates had nothing going against Javier Vazquez. They'd managed a single run - a solo homer from Delwyn Young - and just one other hit in eight innings. Vazquez had whiffed 12. But when the 9th came, a new pitcher - Rafael Soriano - was on the hill. Andrew McCutchen singled...

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    Karstens is the Hero in Relief

    Jeff Karstens was yanked from the rotation favor of newly acquired Charlie Morton. Hamstring issues forced Morton from the game after just one inning. In stepped Karstens and he allowed just one run in 4-2/3 to earn the win. Pirate offense was once again scarce. Adam LaRoche drove in a run with...

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    Bucs Drop Another to Atlanta as Bullpen Blows One

    Atlanta scored twice in the 7th when Yunel Escobar hit a bases loaded single. Those two tallied put the Braves up 4-3 and that's how it stayed. Ross Ohlendorf pitched into the 7th, but was relieved by Sean Burnett after giving up a leadoff single. Two bunts (one for a single and...

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    Bucs Fall in 15

    The pitcher scheduled to start Wednesday's game - Jeff Karstens - was forced into duty as the Pirates and Braves went long. Karstens ended it quickly by just one of the five hitters he faced. The winning run scored on a bases loaded grounder from former Bucco David Ross. Atlanta's bullpen blew...

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    Houston Rallies Late to Beat Bucs

    Steven Jackson gave up three runs in 1.1 innings of work over the 7th and 8th innings as the Pirates dropped two of three to Houston. Miguel Tejada delivered a two out RBI infield single in the 7th to break a 3-3 tie. On that play former Pirate Matt Kata scored from...

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