Today, let’s look at some candidates and discuss the likelihood that the Bucs could extend any of them.
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My Step-by-Step for the Pirates Next Step
You know what they say about opinions right? Well, its absolutely true, but after you spend so much time critiquing and or commenting on the actions of a franchise, there comes a time when you have to put your path down on paper, or, virtual paper as the case may be.
Why is Making Changes So Difficult for This Version of the Pirates?
The list of players that happen to be too young to give up on is far too big. Now, let me define that just a bit, not all young players are in this category.
Back to the Future, the National League Set to Roll Back the Designated Hitter
For one short season, every professional league in baseball used a designated hitter. There were a lot of fights about implementing the rule in the National League but once it was here it suddenly just became baseball again.
The Pirates and Hayes Put the Wood to Cleveland; Musgrove Dominates in 8-0 Win
We’ve gone all season waiting for some of these guys to get healthy or perform closer to their norms to no avail.
Moral Victories Aren’t a Thing, Reds Defeat Pirates 1-0 to Sweep Series and Waste Great Pitching Effort
The Pirates coming into tonight’s contest have played 47 games, and in that time they have managed to have a starter last six innings 4 times.
Oh What a Feeling! Bell Clobbers Home Run Off a Toyota as Pirates Win 5-1
Josh Bell has looked like anything but the Pirates best player this season for the most part. In fact not two weeks ago he was twitching like cat in a room full of rocking chairs in the box. Suddenly since the road trip began, he is quiet in the box and putting nice swings onContinue reading “Oh What a Feeling! Bell Clobbers Home Run Off a Toyota as Pirates Win 5-1”
Hader Implodes, So Does Richard Rodriguez; Pirates Lose a Heartbreaker 7-6 to Brewers
Baseball is a funny game, sometimes you can sense that early on the significance of a situation. The lead was surrendered but he kept his team, and himself in the game, big stuff from the young man.
Kuhl, Ponce, Power Pirates to Sweep of Double Header in St. Louis
In game one the Pirates sent Chad Kuhl to the mound. The lineup featured the return of Kevin Newman and the MLB debut for Will Craig. The Cards trotted their normal lineup out and started Kwang-Hyun Kim the lefty.
Pirates fall 2-0; Strikeout 16 Times as Pitiful Offense Continues
Shane Bieber was the story tonight, just as Civale was in last night’s contest.