For the first three and a half innings of the game last night, the Pirates looked as if they were going to put together a pretty solid performance, and walk out of Kansas with a split in the short two game series. Even after Salvador Perez roped a Wil Crowe breaking ball, that hung inContinue reading “Pirates Get Up Early, But Are Eventually Doubled Up By the Royals”
No, no I’m not making some Memorial Day equals baseball metaphor about this game. This time I’m talking about Chad Kuhl and Duane Underwood Jr, both battling their stuff, and controlling it all night.
Today didn’t go as I planned entirely. I knew my wife was going to a work function tonight at PNC Park, but my plan was to just watch the game and write the story.
After two disappointing loses for the Pirates, they came into the game this afternoon looking to avoid a sweep at the hands of the Kansas City Royals. Pittsburgh starter Chad Kuhl was also aiming to bounce back from two fairly lackluster performances in a row; combining for five earned runs, eight strikeouts and six walksContinue reading “Pirates Shut Out In Sweep By Kansas City”
My Dad once told me, When someone shows you what they are repeatedly, at some point you outta believe ’em. I’ve been on this train for a while now, but I have to believe the Pirates are at least looking sideways at Trevor Williams.
Following an unheard of second scheduled off day of the week, the Pittsburgh Pirates began what should be 17 straight days of baseball, with 19 games to go in the season. For tonight’s contest the 14-27 Pirates traveled to Kansas City to begin a three game weekend series against the 17-28 Royals in what manyContinue reading “Pirates Comeback Falls Short Against Royals”