Entering the day, the Pirates found themselves in danger of being swept by the Twins in a 4 game home-and-home series and extending their current losing streak to 8 games. During their current skid the Pirates have utilized any method you can think of to lose games and possibly even invented some new ways inContinue reading “Walk Off Win. Pirates Fight Their Way To Victory.”
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Musgrove Gets Touched Up Early and The Pirates Fail To Rebound
On Monday night, up until the bottom of the 6th inning the Pirates seemed to have everything firing exactly the way they wanted it to; Cole Tucker homered to lead off the game, base knocks were bringing in runners and Derek Holland had it in cruise control. Then everything began to fail and what lookedContinue reading “Musgrove Gets Touched Up Early and The Pirates Fail To Rebound”
Yinzer Reactions: Recapping The Pirates Series With The Cubs
After a series sweep by a division rival it may be hard to find the silver linings or see any light at the end of the tunnel. Pirates Fans and others are all too happy to pile on to the misery that we were left with after Pittsburgh’s one-hit loss to Milwaukee because as weContinue reading “Yinzer Reactions: Recapping The Pirates Series With The Cubs”
Pirates Late Inning Heroics Fall Short
After dropping the first game to the Cubs on Friday night, 6-3, the Pirates were looking to get back on the right track as former top prospect, Mitch Keller, took the mound for the Pittsburgh against Chicago right Tyler Chatwood. Pirates fan were just hoping that the Bucco bats would wake up a little bitContinue reading “Pirates Late Inning Heroics Fall Short”
Yinzer Reactions: Recapping The Pirates Series With The Brew Crew
What went well and what didn’t in the Pirates series with the Brewers? There’s a lot to unpack!
The Bullpen Continues To Struggle, But The Bats Save The Day
The Pirates win a wild one over the Brewers at PNC.
Yinzer Reactions: Everything Is Great OR It’s The End Of The World
A lot of things went right, but some things also went wrong in the Pirates opening series versus the Cardinals.
Pirates Avoid The Sweep In St. Louis
Offense production continues to come from unexpected places as the Pirates top the Cardinals 5-1 in the opening series finale.
The Long Ball Sinks The Pirates On Opening Day
Jack Flaherty threw a 94 mph fastball straight down the middle to Kevin Newman and the Pittsburgh Pirates 2020 season was underway. Flaherty went on to retire the first nine Buccos in a row before giving up a lead of single to Newman in the bottom of the 4th. He looked in mid-season form; paintingContinue reading “The Long Ball Sinks The Pirates On Opening Day”
Opening Day Has Arrived: 2020 Pirate Projections and A Little Cardinals Preview
Anytime the Pirates have been competitive in recent memory, it seems like it has always been the St. Louis Cardinals standing in their way. For three straight seasons (2013-15) it was the team from the Gateway City that kept the Pirates from a NL Central Division Title, which could have let them avoid the WildContinue reading “Opening Day Has Arrived: 2020 Pirate Projections and A Little Cardinals Preview”