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COLUMN: Pirates season doomed from the start

Heading into Tuesday night’s games, the Pittsburgh Pirates had a magic number of two and were able to secure their fate for the 2016 season. Unfortunately for the Pirates, that magic number was what it took for them to be mathematically elimina…

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Cubs prove too much for Pirates

In his previous start against the Chicago Cubs, Pittsburgh Pirates starting pitcher Chad Kuhl didn’t make it past¬†the fifth inning, and, Monday night, Kuhl struggled again against the Cubs. Kuhl (5-4) made a mess of the fourth inning and was u…

Neal Huntington examines season, team’s future

For what is likely¬†the final time this season, Pittsburgh Pirates general manager Neal Huntington met with reporters to discuss a myriad of topics relating to the past, present and future. Here’s an edited transcript of what was said. On pitch…

Ejections overshadow offensive slugfest

A back-and-forth Sunday afternoon contest that totaled over four hours of baseball culminated with a 10-7 Washington Nationals victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates. The Pirates held a 7-5 lead going into the eighth inning with set-up man Felipe Rivero…

Glasnow hopes to make most of starting opportunity

After clinching the NL East on Saturday night, it’ll be a quick turnaround for the Washington Nationals who face the Pittsburgh Pirates on Sunday afternoon to determine who wins this late-season series. Tyler Glasnow (0-1, 4.11 ERA) will start¬…

Pirates’ defensive miscues helps Nationals clinch NL East

When Washington Nationals president of baseball operations and general manager Mike Rizzo hired Dusty Baker as the team’s manager, fans were unsure of what to think. Baker had been out of baseball for two seasons and was tasked with getting a t…