6/4/23- By Michael Castrignano – @412DoublePlay on Twitter Following two games where the bullpen had to cover 12 innings of work, Rich Hill decided to give them as much of a break as possible, lasting 6.2 innings, allowing only 1 run off 4 hits with 3 walks and 6 strikeouts in his performance. Bucs gotContinue reading “Hill Dominates Cards as Bucs Complete Series Sweep (31-27)”
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Errors and Misplays Abound As Bucs Drop Rubber Match 8-3 (24-22)
5/21/23- By Michael Castrignano – @412DoublePlay on Twitter Messy game on both sides of the ball as wild pitches and errant throws contributed to runs on both sides, however, more prominent for the Pirates side. Additionally, another late-game pitching decision by Shelton likely will be pointed to as a potential lynchpin for the Dbacks victory. Continue reading “Errors and Misplays Abound As Bucs Drop Rubber Match 8-3 (24-22)”
Keller Ks Os, Pirates Win 4-0 (22-19)
5/14/23- By Michael Castrignano – @412DoublePlay on Twitter Mitch Keller Day is becoming a National Holiday in Pittsburgh as he once again plays stopper for the Pirates, turning in another fantastic start following his complete game shutout last Monday. The Pirates managed to get on the board early as Carlos Santana hit a slow groundContinue reading “Keller Ks Os, Pirates Win 4-0 (22-19)”
Cedric Mullins Hits for Cycle as Orioles Down Pirates 6-3 (21-18)
5/12/23- By Michael Castrignano – @412DoublePlay on Twitter A game which seemed to be very winnable throughout the night came crashing down when Mullins hit a 3-run home run in the 8th inning to finish off the cycle on the night. He had previously singled in the third, tripled in the fifth and doubled inContinue reading “Cedric Mullins Hits for Cycle as Orioles Down Pirates 6-3 (21-18)”
Losses Keep Piling Up as Bucs Drop 7th Straight 10-1 (20-15)
5/7/23- By Michael Castrignano – @412DoublePlay on Twitter The Pirates were swept by an AL East team in back-to-back series as they dropped the final game by a score of 10-1. Roansy Contreras was getting good movement on his slider and curve today but the Blue Jay bats were too much for him, lighting himContinue reading “Losses Keep Piling Up as Bucs Drop 7th Straight 10-1 (20-15)”
Back-to-Back Sweeps Behind Velasquez Gem, Bucs Win 2-0 (16-7)
4/23/23- By Michael Castrignano – @412DoublePlay on Twitter Coming off a series in Colorado where the bats posted 33 runs, the offense has been notably quieter during the home series versus Cincinnati. In its place, the pitching has been ELITE! Following the 11 game quality start stretch ending yesterday, Vince Velasquez posted his best startContinue reading “Back-to-Back Sweeps Behind Velasquez Gem, Bucs Win 2-0 (16-7)”
Pirates Break Out The Lumber, Out-Slug Red Sox 7-6: (2-2)
The Pirates fought back after an early haymaker from the Red Sox to take Game 1 of the series.
Pirates Lock Up Hayes With Record Setting Contract Extension
Happy opening day Pittsburgh, you have your third baseman of the future, and present.
No Holds, or Moves Barred for the Pirates
When they say all options are on the table, they weren’t kidding and it’s not just the trades, it’s the international signings, the waiver pick ups, the Rule 5 pick ups and soon, yes it could also be extensions.
2020 Season in Review: Best Hitter and Pitcher in Pittsburgh
At the end of the 2020 season, the Baseball Writers Association of America voted for a few awards when it came to the Pittsburgh Pirates. The awards were the Clemente Award, which signifies the Pirates MVP for the whole season, as well as the Steve Blass Award, which is awarded to the best Pirates pitcherContinue reading “2020 Season in Review: Best Hitter and Pitcher in Pittsburgh”