Yesterday the Cleveland Indians, soon to be Cleveland Something Else, made the entirely expected move of trading Francisco Lindor. Cleveland exploded on their owners the Dolan’s as they moved a cool 40 million plus off their payroll as they also included Carlos Carrasco in exchange for 4 prospects from the New York Mets.
We’ve gone all season waiting for some of these guys to get healthy or perform closer to their norms to no avail.
This evening the Pirates began their final series of season as they traveled to Cleveland to take on the Indians. In the first of three games, Pittsburgh fans would get one more look at Mitch Keller, with his previous outing being the controversial six inning no-hitter from which he was pulled by Derek Shelton andContinue reading “Tonight Was A Wild Ride As Pirates Fall 4-3 In Ninth Inning Collapse”
I’m back after a little bit of a hiatus thanks to Pittsburgh’s series with Cincinnati getting cut short by a positive COVID-19 from a Red’s player. Not sure it was worth recapping two polar opposite games, but in hindsight it probably would have been better than looking back on the Pirates most recent series againstContinue reading “Yinzer Reactions: The Pirates Get Swept By The Indians”
The Pirates once again found themselves in COVID limbo, this time with a member of the Cincinnati Reds testing positive for the virus. This caused more games to be postponed, with the Saturday and Sunday match ups being canceled. Anyways, the Pirates were back in action tonight and unfortunately it ended in a Pittsburgh extraContinue reading “Fair or Foul? After a Controversial Call, the Indians Win it In Extras 6-3”