As I sat down at my deck, coffee in hand, to do my my morning pursuing of Pittsburgh Pirates Social Media-I know I am a glutton for punishment-I noticed a fairly common theme from some Pirates Fans, feeling bad for Tyler Anderson because of the lack of run support he was provided; while pitching aContinue reading “Tyler Anderson Knows His Role, And He Accepted It”
Tonight there were positives to take away, plenty actually, but the bats remained silent for a second straight night.
I love writing about baseball and the Pirates in general. Most of my time doing so has been without actual baseball games, so when the games actually start it’s really hard to not over analyze everything you watch.
On Tuesday afternoon, the day before the Pittsburgh Pirates pitchers and catchers were set to hold their first official workout of the season, General Manager Ben Cherington finally pulled the trigger on a veteran pitcher, lefty Tyler Anderson, to add to mostly inexperienced and vastly unproven starting rotation; a move that Cherington implied would eventuallyContinue reading “As Predicted, By Him, Cherington Adds Depth To The Starting Rotation”