Streaking Alex Presley helped the Pirates finally provide tough-luck starter Erik Bedard some support and the Pittsburgh Pirates beat the Atlanta Braves 4-2 on Saturday night.
Tommy Hanson allowed one run in six innings, Dan Uggla and Chipper Jones came through in a four-run seventh that broke a close game open, and the streaking Braves defeated the Pittsburgh Pirates 6-1 Friday night.
Chris Gates | 93-7 The FAN — So here we are, 19 games into the season and heading to the place where last year it all unraveled.
Pirates Outfielder Nate McLouth joined Seibel, Starkey and Miller live from Bradenton to talk about making his return to the Pirates this upcoming season.
Chris Gates | 93-7 The FAN — The Pittsburgh Pirates appear close to bringing back former outfielder Nate McLouth to the organization.
Pittsburgh (KDKA)- The Pirates have acquired RHP Eliecer Cardenas from the Atlanta Braves as the player to be named in the Matt Diaz trade from August 31. The 23-year-old Dominican native went 4-3 with seven […]
Pittsburgh (KDKA)- One of the Pirates top pitching prospects has been promoted to the major leagues. Left-handed pitcher Jeff Locke and RHP Jared Hughes will be in uniform tomorrow as the Pirates take on the […]
The Pittsburgh Pirates were buyers at the trade deadline, but they became sellers on Wednesday.
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The Pirates split their four-game series with the Atlanta Braves, beating them 5-2 Thursday night at Turner Field. The game stopped because of a 47-minute rain delay when it was tied 1-1 in the bottom of the fourth inning.
David Ross hit a bases-loaded single in the 10th inning and the Atlanta Braves beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 2-1 on Wednesday night for their second straight victory in extra innings.
Rob Neyer of SB Nation joined Seibel, Starkey, and Miller to talk about the epic call at the plate in 19 innings last night.
Following the blown call that resulted in the Pirates 4-3 loss to the Atlanta Braves in the 19th inning early Wednesday morning, Joe Torre, MLB executive vice president, released a statement on behalf of the league.
A 19-inning game came down to just one play in Atlanta. The Pittsburgh Pirates and Atlanta Braves were waging a hard-fought battle, but the players’ efforts were overshadowed by a blown call at home plate.
The Atlanta Braves have long been a sore topic of discussion for fans of the Pittsburgh Pirates. However, the end to Tuesday’s 4-3 loss in 19 innings has only added fuel to the fire.