Know Your Enemy – May Edition

The month of May saw several teams in the NL Central face some tough times, thus leading to a shakeup in the standings. While the month was forgettable for Pittsburgh, no one really took the bulls by the horn this month.

Hill Dominates Cards as Bucs Complete Series Sweep (31-27)

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)”

Know Your Enemy – April Edition

The first month of the season has come and gone and things have been…wild. Just like everyone predicted, the Pirates have the best record in not only the NL Central, but the entire National League.

Cards Salvage Series Split as Bucs Lose 5-4 (9-7)

4/16/23- By Michael Castrignano – @412DoublePlay on Twitter Pirates led 3-1 going to the bottom of the 6th inning with just 12 outs remaining between them and a rare series victory over the rival Cardinals but they just couldn’t hold it, falling to St. Louis in 10 innings. The Bucs notched 7 hits and 2Continue reading “Cards Salvage Series Split as Bucs Lose 5-4 (9-7)”

Free Baseball In St. Louis:(9-6)

4/14/23- By Craig W. Toth – @BucsBasement on Twitter “Maybe tomorrow we’ll all wear 42, so nobody can tell us apart.”  Since 2004 I have experienced Jackie Robinson Day on a local level. Even in Pittsburgh each of these games have a totally different feeling to any other game. It’s simply not your regular dayContinue reading “Free Baseball In St. Louis:(9-6)”