Patience At The Plate Pays Off For The Pirates

7-6-21 By Craig W. Toth @BucsBasement on Twitter Coming into last night’s game Chad Kuhl was looking to bounce back from a poor start, in which his reoccurring blisters had caused a lack of command; resulting in a walk, a wild pitch and a hit batsmen all in the same inning, after pretty much cruisingContinue reading “Patience At The Plate Pays Off For The Pirates”

Pirates (18-27) Lose to Braves, Mitch Keller Can’t Slow Atlanta Offense

The Braves lineup is built to deliver haymakers until they connect enough and you submit. Leading the league in homeruns and each and every one of them is damn proud of it. Love ’em or hate ’em, the Braves are exactly what baseball has been geared toward, explosive offense that doesn’t fear the strikeout.

Pittsburgh Takes The First Game Of The Series from Atlanta In Extras

Without the early season injury to Chad Kuhl, Wil Crowe would have most likely have found himself bouncing between Triple A-Indianapolis and Pittsburgh, much like Miguel Yajure, at this point in the year; or as a long reliever option in the bullpen, which is where some believe he belongs, and eventually they could be right.Continue reading “Pittsburgh Takes The First Game Of The Series from Atlanta In Extras”