Ciriaco had two hits and knocked in two.
The news was mostly bad. There was a little good news. But it doesn't temper the clobbering that the Pirates took. Omar Infante homered twice and knocked five runs. Logan Morrison had four hits and drove in three. Ross Ohlendorf was ineffective.
Infante drove in a run in the first with a solo homer. He drove in another the following inning with a double.
Pedro Ciriaco singled with two outs in the bottom of the second off Ricky Nolasco to make it 2-1. And then the deluge.
Ohlendorf gave up hits to the first four batters in the third, allowing two runs to score. He was yanked in favor of Daniel McCutchen. He didn't fair much better. He allowed both inherited runners to score and also gave up a three run bomb to Infanted that bounced off...
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