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Pirates blow ninth inning lead to drop third straight

Pirates blow ninth inning lead to drop third straight

Josh Harrison recorded three hits and an eighth inning go-ahead RBI in his return from the disabled list, but Felipe Vazquez melted down in the ninth and the Padres took the game and the four game series, beating the Pirates 8-5 Sunday afternoon.

Kingham hit early in Pirates 6-2 loss to Padres

Kingham hit early in Pirates 6-2 loss to Padres

Rookie starter Nick Kingham got hit early in his spot start Saturday, but still gave the Pirates a quality start. The offense, on the other hand, could not pick him up, and the Bucs dropped their second straight to the Padres 6-2.

Meadows has strong debut, but Bucs lose

Meadows has strong debut, but Bucs lose

Outfielder Austin Meadows recorded a pair of hits in his major league debut, but the Pirates stranded 13 runners on base and fell to the Padres 3-2 Friday night.

Pirates bullpen stops Padres in their tracks

Pirates bullpen stops Padres in their tracks

The Pirates’ bullpen came to the rescue again as the Pirates beat the San Diego Padres 5-4 Thursday night.

Pirates bullpen holds off White Sox 3-2

Pinch-hitter Josh Bell singled to break a seventh-inning tie, and the streaking Pittsburgh Pirates beat the skidding Chicago White Sox 3-2 Wednesday.

Bucs' bats keep rolling with 7-0 win over White Sox

Bucs' bats keep rolling with 7-0 win over White Sox

The Pirates coasted to a 7-0 win over the Chicago White Sox Tuesday, but they are now holding their breath on the fate of catcher Francisco Cervelli and outfielder Starling Marte, who both left early with injury.

When the baseball world lost Ralph Kiner at 91 this past February, it unquestionably lost one of its legendary figures.

Snider’s 2009 song “America’s Favorite Pastime” chronicles the day in 1970 that Ellis threw a no-hitter for the Pittsburgh Pirates… while under the influence of LSD.

But his life out of the ring and his addictions eventually caught up with him. In 2005, Spadafora served a 13-month prison sentence for attempted murder

They had absolutely nothing to do with Jerry Sandusky’s crimes or the massive, 14-year-long cover-up perpetrated by those in charge of the university. The sanctions are extremely unfair.<

Urruela stands on one leg, not two. His right leg below the knee was lost in Operation Iraqi Freedom. Even though the U.S.

The districts don’t necessarily want to make these cuts; they are simply doing so in order to save money and fit within these newer, smaller budgets.

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