Tag: Kevin Correia

The Pitching Staff is Good, But Not This Good

One of the big concerns I've had with the makeup of the 2011 Pittsburgh Pirates has been the starting pitching.  The rotation has been...

Game 84 Recap: Bucs Offense Shows Up

The Pirates put a solid effort on all fronts - hitting, pitching, and fielding. The offense banged out 16 hits and scored ten times....

Game 78 Recap: Presley Powers Bucs to Victory

Alex Presley hit his first Major League homer and drove in three runs. Kevin Correia continued to pick up wins on the road as...

Should the Pirates Make a Move?

At the beginning of this month, I talked about how the Pirates weren't winning against good teams, and were just beating up on bad...

Pirates winning games, not necessarily making progress

On June 8, 2011, the Pittsburgh Pirates faced off against the Arizona Diamondbacks at PNC Park. Paul Maholm was on the hill for...

Game 74 Recap: Bucs Use Error to Move Back to .500

It wasn't pretty. The offense relied heavily on an error by Orioles second baseman Blake Davis, who was making his Major League debut. Kevin...

Game 69 Recap: Tomlin Quiets Pirate Bats

Josh Tomlin was sharp in limiting the Pirates to just one run. Pittsburgh's four game winning streak was halted in the opening game of...

Pitching Staff a Victim of Playstation Numbers

Watching Jose Veras closing out the ninth inning in yesterday's game gave me an all too familiar feeling.  It was the same feeling I...

Game 64 Recap: Mets Get to Correia Late

It was close into the late innings. Kevin Correia and Chris Capuano were both effective, with Correia retiring the first 14 Met hitters. It...

Game 59 Recap: Bucs Beat Snakes with 5 Run 8th

The Pirates were handcuffed by Arizona starter Daniel Hudson. Once he was gone, the floodgates opened and the Pirates rallied for the win. Pittsburgh only...
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