PITTSBURGH, Pa. -- In game one of the doubleheader on Wednesday at PNC Park, the club was only able to plate one run off the Colorado Rockies pitchers as right-hander James McDonald flirted with a no-hitter. In game two, however, the Bucco bats came out swinging.
"I thought we played good baseball today," third baseman Pedro Alvarez said. "Tough game the first game, but I thought we bounced back pretty well and came out victorious in the second one."
After righty Jhoulys Chacin pitched four scoreless frames, the Bucs were finally able rally in the fifth inning.
Alex Presley extended his hitting streak to 10 games with a one-out double down the right field line in the fifth. Nate McLouth followed with a RBI double to left field. Carlos Gonzalez lost the ball in the sun, which allow...
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