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  • Volquez a huge bargain for playoff-bound Pirates

    The Sports Xchange MLB Team Report - Pittsburgh Pirates - INSIDE PITCH ATLANTA -- The Pittsburgh Pirates wouldn't be headed to the postseason for the second straight year without the lift that Edinson Volquez has given the starting rotation. Signed...
  • Royals playing 'one day at a time'

    The Sports Xchange By John Perrotto, The Sports Xchange Royals playing 'one day at a time' Billy Butler tried to be the man of clichés, talking about how his Kansas City Royals need to just take things one pitch at a time, one inning at a time and one...
  • Ron Cook: Andrew McCutchen still your Pirates, NL MVP

    ATLANTA Pirates catcher Russell Martin said it was his best moment as a ballplayer, the three-run home run he hit Friday night to beat the Milwaukee Brewers at throbbing PNC Park. He said it was better than even his home run off Cincinnati Reds starter...
  • Pirates clinch second consecutive postseason berth

    ATLANTA The Pirates took care of one half of the equation Tuesday night. Gerrit Cole dealt, Travis Snider homered and Andrew McCutchen filled in the blanks. They beat the Atlanta Braves, 3-2, at Turner Field, but they needed help. And with the Cincinnati...
  • Cole, Pirates complete sweep of Red Sox

    EditorsNote: updated Pirates division deficit, wild-card lead after Cardinals-Brewers game Cole, Pirates complete sweep of Red Sox PITTSBURGH -- Pennant race games are often nerve wracking but Gerrit Cole loves them. The right-hander pitched into the...
  • Pirates sweep Red Sox, 3-2

    PITTSBURGH The formula appeared familiar. Score early, hit a home run, take advantage of a Boston Red Sox lineup lacking Dustin Pedroia and any kind of offensive punch. Thursday's game was tighter than the previous two iterations, but the outcome was...
  • Brewers edge Pirates, 1-0, stay in wild-card hunt

    PITTSBURGH Only a few inches separated the ball from the top of Gaby Sanchez' glove. Probably three or four, six at most. That was enough to turn a groundout into a double and a man on first, one out, into a loss. The Milwaukee Brewers broke a...
  • Pirates end Brewers series with win, 1-0

    PITTSBURGH Sunday's game unfolded like a getaway day at the end of spring training. Both starting pitchers for the Pirates and Brewers dealt and were efficient with their pitches. The outs came quickly, like the teams had flights to catch. On Sunday, they...
  • Pirates win 1-0 in Atlanta, postseason chase continues

    ATLANTA Francisco Liriano walked two of the first three batters he faced. At one point, he threw four consecutive balls, all fastballs, none harder than 90 mph to rookie Phil Gosselin, who had walked three times all season. He exited after six innings...
  • Pirates use the long ball to rout Red Sox, 9-1

    PITTSBURGH By the sixth inning, the reserves began to enter, spelling the starters like a spring training game. The nine runs the Pirates put on the board in the first five innings allowed that to happen. For the second game in a row they scored by...
  • Pirates, Morton shut out Red Sox

    PITTSBURGH Charlie Morton has said his sports hernia affects a series of interconnected body parts in his right groin. Pitching aggravates it. Yet there he was, on the PNC Park mound Tuesday night, shutting out the Boston Red Sox as the Pirates kept...