PITTSBURGH, Pa. -- After walking off to the Philadelphia Phillies in the 10 inning on Saturday night at PNC Park, the club showed their resiliency yet again against the tough Philly team. The Bucs hit up their second straight walkoff win in the bottom of the 9th inning in front of 19,856 on Sunday.

Casey McGehee picked up his second double of the game into the gap into the notch in left center field to start the 9th inning. Josh Harrison, who pinch-ran for McGehee, advanced to third base after Alex Presley laid down a perfect sac bunt. With two outs, Andrew McCutchen hit a walkoff knock off the center field wall for the 5-4 win to take the first series of the season.

"I’ve seen fight. Nobody backing down. [We] keep grinding," right-hander James McDonald ...

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