PITTSBURGH — On a night that the Pirates’ offense scored six runs, it might seem unfair to call them inefficient, but that’s exactly what they were. After the Pirates’ pitching staff turned a five-run lead into a one-run deficit, the Bucs’ bats had the tying run at second base in three consecutive innings, but were […]
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