The Pittsburgh Pirates (8-10) take on the Milwaukee Brewers (12-7) in the series finale of a three-game set at PNC Park on Thursday afternoon at 12:35 PM. The Pirates are sending out Jose Quintana (0-1, 3.86) for his fourth start. He will be opposed by Freddy Peralta (0-1, 7.50), who is also making his fourth start. He has allowed nine earned runs and 16 base runners in his last seven innings.
Here are the lineups:
— Pittsburgh Pirates (@Pirates) April 28, 2022
#Brewers Lineup 04/28/22
1. Andrew McCutchen DH
2. Willy Adames SS
3. Hunter Renfroe RF
4. Keston Hiura 1B
5. Tyrone Taylor LF
6. Lorenzo Cain CF
7. Mike Brosseau 3B
8. Kolten Wong 2B
9. Alex Jackson C
Starting Pitcher : Freddy Peralta
— Daily MLB Lineups (@DailyMLBLineup) April 28, 2022
UPDATE: Late lineup change for the Pirates. Roberto Perez is in for Andrew Knapp, who was scratched due to illness.
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