All posts tagged "Ronny Cedeno"

  • Analysis
    Ronny Cedeno and Others Set to Return?

    Cedeno could return on Friday. Rob Biertempfel and Jenifer Langosch are both reporting that Pedro Ciriaco is packing his bags in the Pittsburgh Pirates' locker room, which means a move is expected.  That will most likely be the return of Ronny Cedeno, who is currently rehabbing in AAA.  Cedeno was pulled from...

  • Analysis
    The Disabled List: Updates for July 6th

    Alvarez and Cedeno could both return after the All-Star break. I get a lot of e-mails wondering about the status of the injured players on the Pirates' roster.  It makes sense that it's a hot topic.  The Pirates currently have ten players on the disabled list.  I report the updates when I...

  • Game Recaps
    Game 82 Recap: Jones, McCutchen Boost Bucs Late

    The Pirates appeared to be wasting yet another strong effort from the starting corps – this time from James McDonald. But back-to-back solo homers in the eighth from Garrett Jones and Andrew McCutchen propelled the Pirates to a 5-3 win. The Pirates jumped on Livan Hernandez for two first inning runs. Alex...

  • Analysis
    Ronny Cedeno Placed on Seven Day DL

    Cedeno has been placed on the 7-day DL. The Pittsburgh Pirates have placed shortstop Ronny Cedeno on the seven day disabled list with a concussion, and have recalled infielder Pedro Ciriaco, according to a team press release.  Ciriaco will be active for the first game of today's double header.... This content is...

  • Game Recaps
    Game 80 Recap: Karstens Continues to Impress

    Jeff Karstens was efficient and effective over seven innings and the Pirates used a balanced, powerful (seven extra base hits) attack to beat the Blue Jays 6-2 in the rubber game of the inter-league matchup. Pittsburgh jumped out early on Brett Cecil, who was making his first start since April. Alex Presley...

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    Game 79 Recap: Bucs Falter in Support of Maholm (Again)

    If the Pirates manage just four singles and one run, it must mean Paul Maholm started. Brandon Morrow outdueled Maholm and whiffed ten pirates on the way to a 2-1 win. Afer setting down the first ten Pirates he faced, Morrow was scored upon first. Neil Walker walked starting off the fifth....

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    Game 78 Recap: Presley Powers Bucs to Victory

    Alex Presley hit his first Major League homer and drove in three runs. Kevin Correia continued to pick up wins on the road as Pittsburgh took the opener of the series in Toronto with a 7-6 win. Presley got things going in the third inning with a two run homer off of...

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    Game 77 Recap: Errors Cost Bucs Shot at Sweep

    Andrew Miller and the Red Sox bullpen held the Pirates offense to five singles and two runs. The Pirates were betrayed by some spotty defense and some walks. Three unearned runs were scored on four errors. Three of the four Boston runs were scored by players who had drawn a free pass....

  • Analysis
    Should the Pirates Make a Move?

    At the beginning of this month, I talked about how the Pirates weren't winning against good teams, and were just beating up on bad teams.  I mentioned that with a June schedule which included the Philadelphia Phillies (34-22 at the time), Arizona Diamondbacks (31-25), Cleveland Indians (33-20), Boston Red Sox (30-26), and...

  • Game Recaps
    Game 76: Bucs Move 2 Games Over .500 Behind Karstens

    It was the biggest crowd in PNC history. Though the Pirates won, many in attendance didn’t go home happy because they are part of Red Sox Nation. For the second straight day, the Pirates played a close one and came out on top. They are now two games over .500 once again....

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