Keller’s 10 Strikeouts Lead Pirates To Series Win Over Dodgers 6-2: (18-8)

The Pirates move to 18-8, the first time they’ve been ten games over .500 since 2015 and head to D.C. to take on the Washington Nationals for three games.

Pirates Bounce Back Against Dodgers: (17-8)

4/26/23- By Craig W. Toth – @BucsBasement on Twitter Last night the game turned into a slugfest. Tonight, it was a pitcher’s duel-in spite of the final score-through the first four innings as Roansy Contreras and Tony Gonsolin both put up zeros across the board; and even after that small ball ruled the day. InContinue reading “Pirates Bounce Back Against Dodgers: (17-8)”

Pirates Lose By One For Second Straight Night

8-18-21 By Craig W. Toth (aka @bucsbasement on Twitter) On the season, including last night, the Los Angeles Dodgers have a Major League best +195 run differential. On the other side of the coin the Pittsburgh Pirates have been out scored by their opponents to the tune of -182; only being outdone by the BaltimoreContinue reading “Pirates Lose By One For Second Straight Night”

Pirates Are Out-Dueled By The Dodgers

In the first inning, it seemed as if the Pirates would really be able open the game up with some two out magic; pushing Dodger Tony Gonsolin to his limits, and loading the bases after already putting one on the board with a Gregory Polanco RBI single. However, Micheal Perez-who is now hitting .141 onContinue reading “Pirates Are Out-Dueled By The Dodgers”