There were many moments in Pittsburgh's improbable come-from-behind 10-7 win against Cincinnati on Sunday that could be pointed to as turning points.

Andrew McCutchen's hit in the seventh inning kept momentum on the Pirates' side after a video review went against them. Photo by: David Hague

Michael McKenry's first home run, Starling Marte's home run, McKenry's second home run, Travis Snider's near home run -- all possible moments when the momentum shifted to the Pirates side. From my seat, however, Pittsburgh took control of the game during Andrew McCutchen's at-bat in the seventh inning.

Snider had just hit what appeared to be a home run but was originally ruled a double. Pirates manager Clint Hurdle came out for clarification on the play, and after the umpires had the play revie...

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