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Cruz hits 20th homer as Seattle beats Pittsburgh 5-2

Cruz hits 20th homer as Seattle beats Pittsburgh 5-2

Nelson Cruz hit his 20th home run of the season, Robinson Cano had three hits including an RBI single and the Mariners beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 5-2 on Tuesday night.

Pirates Post-Draft Analysis

Pirates Post-Draft Analysis

June’s amateur draft is a tool the Pirates have leaned on to turn a downtrodden franchise into an annual playoff contender.

Freese Please

Freese Please

After Monday’s game, the Pirates only have three more home games before the All-Star break, and both the AL and NL rosters will be announced before then.

NHL Free Agent Watch

NHL Free Agent Watch

With the Stanley Cup beginning its summer tour with the Pittsburgh Penguins, the NHL now turns to the offseason. Teams across the league are looking to re-sign some of their own players, as well as make a splash in the free agent market.

Pitchers in Peril

Pitchers in Peril

In their last 10 losses, the Pirates have allowed 82 runs. Technically, Wednesday’s 7-6 loss where they blew an early 6-1 lead was a better than average performance in that stretch.

Penguins Free Agent Watch

Penguins Free Agent Watch

After winning the fourth Stanley Cup in franchise history earlier this month, the Pittsburgh Penguins should be able to defend their title with most of the roster intact. Pittsburgh has only seven players set to become free agents, two of whom are restricted.

Graduated senior Swade Redman was one  of the many seniors to participate in the awards ceremony on June 1, as the three-sport star took home several honors.

Scott Wilson, LW: Wilson was the team's seventh-round pick in 2011 and has made steady progress during his career at UMass-Lowell and then in the AHL with the Baby Pens.

For North Hills senior-to-be Will Huffmyer, his achievements not only go beyond athletics, they are difficult to limit to any specific area.

Kirilloff is graduating from Plum High School this spring, and while the 6-foot-2 former PA Cyber student has committed to Liberty University, he will surely find his name being announced at this w

But when he got to the park, Walker needed a clubhouse manager to show him around because he had only been in the visitor’s clubhouse once before.

So get ready to pull up your baseball reference of choice and delve into the rabbit hole of advanced statistics: these are the big takeaways from the first third of the season.

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