Morton had a great outing in his 2011 debut, allowing one run in six innings.
79 wins and counting to reach a season above .500 for the first time since before I even began dating my wife of 16 years. I don't blame her for the dry spell. Though sometimes I wonder in secret.
Kyle Lohse entered the game with a 5-1 career mark against the Pirates. He was in control through five, having allowed just two hits and one runner to second base. But the sixth inning saw Pittsburgh collect three of their eight hits and their lone walk to push across all four of their runs.
Ronny Cedeno led off with a single. Starting pitcher Charlie Morton sacrificed him over. Jose Tabata walked in front of a two run double from Neil Walker. Andrew McCutchen followed with a two run tater to right. That was al...
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