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Pittsburgh Pirates must walk towards more potent offense
The Pittsburgh Pirates offense has crossed home plate only nine times in the last seven days spanning five games. Perhaps that's not too surprising considering the team was on the wrong-end of a no-hitter. What is surprising is this – the Pirates have ...
Column: Explaining Melancon simple as 1-2-3DK on Pittsburgh Sports (subscription)
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Ask Bucs Dugout: Should the Pirates trade Mark Melancon next winter?Bucs Dugout
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Cincinnati Reds (32-36) at Pittsburgh Pirates (39-30), 7:05 pm (ET)
The Bellingham Herald
(SportsNetwork.com) - Right-hander Josh Smith will make his major league debut on Tuesday night when the Cincinnati Reds open a three-game series with the Pittsburgh Pirates at PNC Park. Johnny Cueto was scheduled to start Tuesday's opener, but the ...
Cincinnati Reds riding success vs. Pittsburgh Pirates with Johnny Cueto on moundFOXSports.com
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Cincinnati Reds riding success vs. Pittsburgh Pirates with Johnny Cueto on mound
Johnny Cueto may be the last pitcher the Pittsburgh Pirates want to see after a listless weekend at the plate. The Pirates have the benefit of countering with Jeff Locke, who will try to help the pitching staff maintain some impressive runs at home ...
Cincinnati Reds (32-36) at Pittsburgh Pirates (39-30), 7:05 pm (ET)The Bellingham Herald
Pirates ride big inning to 7-6 win over RedsColumbus Ledger-Enquirer
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Pittsburgh Pirates podcast: #9 - Shower Well
Pittsburgh Pirates fans take heart. Now there is a weekly podcast from the writing and editorial team at Rum Bunter. It's called Rum Bunter Radio. Each week Tyler and Jason will team up to go over the previous week in Pirates baseball. In each episode ...
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Pirates starter A.J. Burnett's All-Star bandwagon begins to build
The way Tony Watson sees it, the Pirates, currently the second-best team in the National League, “have too good a thing going” to think ahead. A.J. Burnett hasn't said a word about it, either, but the 38-year-old right-hander with a 6-3 record and 2.05 ...
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