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Jeff Locke was perfect through the first five innings and allowed just one run over seven strong, Andrew McCutchen homered twice and the Pirates beat the Dodgers 6-1 on Saturday night at PNC Park.

In baseball, there are some nights where the pitching has to compensate for a lack of hitting. There are others where the batters have to bail out their starting pitcher.

06/25/2016 - 22:17
Kurt Hackimer
As Clint Hurdle, his wife, and three children posed for a photograph during this weekend’s Family Week at PNC Park, the Pittsburgh Pirates manager was greeted by two surprise guests: His parents.

Under the cover of darkness, Hurdle’s wife, Karla, secretly flew in Clint Sr. and Louise from Florida just in case the Pirates manager notched his 1,000th career win over the weekend.

06/25/2016 - 04:21
Kurt Hackimer
Jameson Taillon was shaky in his fourth major league start Friday night, but the Pirates came out on top in a 8-6 slugfest against the Dodgers to earn Clint Hurdle his 1,000th victory as a big league manager.

Hurdle’s dad was able to make the game after his wife organized an impromptu family gathering.

“It was a very interesting way to get there tonight,” Hurdle said on the win.

06/24/2016 - 22:33
Alex Stumpf
Joe Panik's bases loaded triple in the third inning led the Giants over the Pirates 5-3 on Thursday afternoon at PNC Park.

PITTSBURGH (AP) -- A makeshift lineup was more than enough for the San Francisco Giants.

06/23/2016 - 15:59
A.P.
Jared Hughes and Francisco Liriano gave up a 6-1 lead as the ‪Pirates‬ went scoreless over the final six innings to fall to the Giants 7-6.

Hughes (0-1) came in relief in the sixth and allowed three runs, two of which came from a Joe Panik double that tipped the glove of Gregory Polanco.

06/22/2016 - 23:06
Alex Stumpf
Angel Pagan hit a grand slam during a seven-run fourth inning, Johnny Cueto shut down Pittsburgh into the seventh and the Giants clobbered the Pirates 15-4 on Tuesday night.

A disastrous pitching performance sunk the Pirates in a 15-4 loss to the Giants Tuesday.

06/22/2016 - 10:07
Alex Stumpf
Eric Kratz homered, Jeff Locke pitched shutout ball into the seventh inning and three ‪Pirates‬' relievers kept the Giants off the scoreboard as the Bucs beat San Fran 1-0.

On paper, Monday night’s game at PNC Park looked like a mismatch.

06/21/2016 - 08:42
Kurt Hackimer
Before the Pirates and Giants took the field today, by Ryan Vogelsong’s locker at the corner of the Pirates’ locker room, there was a dry erase board with a four word message on it: “Players only at 4:30,” with 4:30 underlined twice.

The reason why there is a meeting should not be too hard to figure out. June, which had been the Pirates’ best month since Clint Hurdle took over, has been a death march.

06/20/2016 - 23:13
Alex Stumpf
Another memorable chapter played out in the storied history of Oakmont Country Club, as Dustin Johnson seized the moment, capturing the 116th U.S. Open Championship with an impressive 4-under par (276) for his first major win after many close calls, and a penalty stroke hanging over his head on the back nine.

Even with the knowledge that he was going to be deducted a stroke due to a penalty on the 5th hole for apparently moving the ball, Johnson blazed through the rest of his round, leaving no doubts th

06/19/2016 - 22:24
John Krysinsky
Jameson Taillon lasted just four innings in his first start at Wrigley Field and the Pirates lost to the Cubs 10-5 on Sunday night.

After eight shutout innings in his last start, Pirates pitcher Jameson Taillon struggled in third major league start.

06/19/2016 - 22:11
Nathan Toth
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