The Pirates erased an early deficit only to watch the bullpen squander a late lead before succumbing in extra innings to the Phillies Sunday afternoon.
Pedro Alvarez hit a homerun, but it wasn’t enough for the Pirates to get back into the game as they lost 7-4 to the Phillies on Saturday night in Philadelphia.
The Pirates dropped the first game of their three-game weekend road series, losing in 10-3 romp to the Philadelphia Phillies.
Roy Halladay pitched seven effective innings and the Philadelphia Phillies snapped a season-high four-game losing streak, beating the Pittsburgh Pirates 7-3 on Sunday to avoid a sweep.
It was another great night for baseball over at PNC Park Saturday, and the fans are responding to a young baseball team that is developing quickly. With another win over the best team in the National League, the Pirates once again sent the Philadelphia Phillies fans off in a bad mood again with a 6-3 win.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — The Pirates take on Philadelphia this weekend, and voice of the Phillies, Tom McCarthy, joined the The Fan Morning Show to preview all the action. McCarthy discusses the return of […]
As Pirates third baseman Pedro Alvarez continues to struggle at the plate, I’m sure the temptation would be to either bench him or send him back down to the minors for some fine-tuning. I say neither option is the right one.
Penn State will get some help from the Philadelphia Phillies as they prepare for the Outback Bowl on Jan. 1 in Tampa Bay, Florida.
The Tampa Bay Rays evened the series against the Texas Rangers at 2 a piece to head back to Tampa for the final game. The SF Giants took a 2-1 series lead after the Braves […]
The Philadelphia Phillies Roy Halladay pitched the second no hitter in MLB postseason history, the Yankees rallied to beat the Twins and the Rangers pounded the Rays to go 1-0 in the Division series.