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The Pittsburgh Pirates (9-12) lost 4-3 to the Atlanta Braves (14-8) at Turner Field on Sunday in the third game of four-game set.

Right-hander Kevin Correia allowed three runs (two earned) on four hits over 4.1 innings. He walked five and didn't strike out a batter while throwing 101 pitches, 53 strikes.

Correia entered game action with a 2.50 ERA on the road since the beginning of the 2011 season, which ranked fourth in the Majors among pitchers with at least 100 innings behind Roy Halladay (2.13), C.J. Wilson (2.23) and Shaun Marcum (2.36).

The Pirates defense let Correia down by committing two errors in the third inning. Pitcher Tim Hudson hit a routine fly out to center field, but Andrew McCutchen dropped the ball. After Correia walked his ...

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