All posts tagged "Zach Duke"

  • Analysis
    Photos and Analysis From Last Night’s Pirates Win Over the Brewers

    Over the past weekend, the Pittsburgh Pirates were swept in a three game series by the Milwaukee...

  • First Pitch
    First Pitch: Like the Pirates Pitching Staff? Thank Neal Huntington.

    Dave Littlefield has not been in the general manager's office for over five years, but his impact on this Pirates team can still be felt. Neal Huntington became Trader Neal to get a lot of young players in his early years. No, that's not a bad thing! Sure, he left the Pirates'...

  • Pirates History
    This Date in Pirates History: April 19

    On this date in 1979, the Pittsburgh Pirates traded shortstop Frank Taveras to the New York Mets for shortstop Tim Foli and minor league pitcher Greg Field. Foli was 28 years old and coming off a season in which he hit .257 with 27 RBI’s in 113 games for the Mets. As...

  • Pirates History
    Can You Spare a Win?

    Today’s “This Date” article had a bio for former Pittsburgh Pirates pitcher Jim Hughey, who had a career record of 29-80. That record gave him a career winning % of .266 with over 100 career decisions. So that got me thinking of which pitchers during their Pirates career had the worst winning...

  • Top Stories
    Underscoring the Value of Home Grown Ace Potential

    The Pirates have 4 pitchers in their system right now that profile as #1 ace-level pitchers, something they have not been able to cultivate through their system in a very long time.

  • Game Recaps
    Game 148 Recap: Loss 81 is Here

    Before anything else, I would be remiss if I didn’t point out that the Pirates will need to win their final 14 games to avoid being below .500 for the 19th straight season. We all knew this day was coming. It doesn’t make it any easier, especially given that the Pirates allowed...

  • Game Recaps
    Game 122 Recap: Craig Hits Two Homers in Cards Victory

    Allen Craig homered twice as part of a four hit, three RBI evening. Kyle Lohse got out of trouble in the first and crusied to a win. Paul Maholm got in trouble in the first and the Pirates never recovered. Maholm got in trouble off the starting blocks. Rafael Furcal led off...

  • Game Recaps
    Game 66 Recap: Karstens Lifts Bucs Up to .500

    The Pirates moved back up to .500 with a nail biting, 1-0 victory over Houston. Jeff Karstens played the hero by tossing 6-2/3 innings of shutout baseball, dropping his ERA to less than 3.00. The offense was still problematic, but four relievers combined to keep Houston off the scoreboard. Bud Norris was...

  • 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
    Exploring the Arsenal: A Preview of the Arizona Diamondbacks’ Probable Starting Pitchers

    Exploring the Arsenal will run prior to each series, providing you with a brief scouting report on the starting pitchers expected to oppose the Pirates. The charts below show the horizontal and vertical movement of every pitch thrown by that particular pitcher in 2011. These charts are from the catcher’s point of...

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