Posts Tagged ‘pittsburgh pirates’

Paddy’s Day Slug Fest

It was a rough St. Patrick’s Day on the hill for Pirates starter Mitch Keller.  The Tampa Bay Rays jumped on Keller to start the game with the first three Rays batters reaching.  Austin Meadows lead-off with a single then swiped second.  A walked to Manuel Margot was followed by a double by Joey Wendle […]

A no Earned Run Loss

One year ago on this day the Pirates and Blue Jays played as well but then it would be the last spring game of 2020 and the season was cancelled, you know, due to the situation. After Buccos starter Chase DeJong cruised through the first three Jays hitters for a 1-2-3 inning this afternoon, Pirates […]

Bucs stay Winless, Crushed by O’s

Bradenton, Fla. — Baltimore Oriole Richie Martin flexed his muscles today going 3-4, just short of cycle missing the HR, and 4 RBI. The Orioles opened up to a 6-0 lead after three feasting on Pirates starter Trevor Williams in just inning. The Orioles tagged Williams with 4 runs on 4 hits. Our Eddie Michels […]

EDDIE MICHELS: Pirates and Red Sox Gallery

At 24 Bryan Reynolds is making a name for himself with the Pirates in the NL Central.  After being taken by the San Francisco Giants in the second round of the June 2016 Draft Reynolds was traded to the Pirates for Andrew McCutchen on January 15, 2018.  Making his major league debut on April 20, 2019 […]

Final Spring Fling for Arch

Right hander Chris Archer took the mound on Tuesday for his final spring appearance prior to his opening day start in Pittsburgh.  Archer sported a fastball between 92-94 MPH with an occasional new found change-up.  Archer was supposed to face a squad of Blue Jays minor leaguers but the games were cancelled because of the […]

NYU Baseball hangs with the Grapefruit League

NYU Coach Doug Kimbler of Beekman Town, N.Y. takes in batting practice at LEMCO Field in Bradenton, Fl. with members of the NYU baseball team.  The team is holding spring workouts at the NY Yankees complex in Tampa.  Then on Tuesday night they will be hosting the Plattsburg State baseball team in a spring training […]

Crooked 5 Insurance Company

The Minnesota Twins took a run one lead into the top of the ninth and added five runs to lead 10-6 as that’s how the score ended when the Pittsburgh Pirates went down in the bottom. A walk, a couple singles, a HBP and a bases clearing triple by LaMonte Wade and then a sacrifice […]

Tucker’s Walk-off

Five solo homers for the Pirates with the big one coming as a walk-off gem by Cole Tucker for the 5-4 win. Jordan Lyles looked close to mid-season form pitching four quality innings allowing two runs, only one earned.

Pirates and Low Places

Hurdle says Hi

Bradenton, Fla.–Pittsburgh Pirates manager Clint Hurdle showed up the the Pirates Instructional League game against the Canadian Juniors on Wednesday at Pirate City in Bradenton.      “With the season over I just came down for the last week of instructional camp and to say hi to the kids,” said Hurdle.