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Radhames Liz, 31, had a 3.63 ERA in 11 games encompassing 17⅓ innings this season.
In Charlie Morton’s season debut, the Pirates defeated the Miami Marlins at PNC Park tonight, winning their fourth consecutive game.
Charlie Morton returns to the mound tonight for a Pirates team that thoroughly dominated the Mets this past weekend at PNC Park.
General manager Neal Huntington suggested Josh Harrison’s new contract initially might have put some pressure on the third baseman.
Andrew McCutchen singled, homered and drew two walks. He knocked in two runs and scored twice.
Mets ace Matt Harvey was no match for a Pirates lineup that gave its own stellar starter enough run support and then plenty more.
Pirates notebook: Terry Collins has his own pitcher who is 42 and still giving batters’ fits.
Pirates starter A.J. Burnett has had one of the best stretches of his career to start the 2015 season, which might be his last.
While the kid got crushed, veteran A.J. Burnett kept right on rolling in an 8-2 victory before a sellout crowd of 39,385 at PNC Park.
Pitcher Charlie Morton will rejoin Pirates Monday in time to make first start of regular season against the Miami Marlins.
Gerrit Cole dazzled, scattering six hits and 10 strikeouts in a 111-pitch outing as the Pirates took the season opener from the Mets.
Major league teams are on pace for about 17,666 shifts this year. In 2011, there were just 2,358 shifts.
A picture on Reddit, later posted to Deadspin, showed the center fielder’s most recent pay stub.
Barry Bonds will receive the 2015 Josh Gibson Lifetime Legacy Award in September.
While tempting, Pirates general manager Neal Huntington’s best move is probably to stand pat.
The club has only one triple in 1,300-plus at bats this season.
Searching for solutions to Jordy Mercer’s start, Clint Hurdle looks for the intent behind the mechanics.
Stephen takes your questions on the Pirates, who have the day off before beginning a weekend series against the Mets.
The Pirates lost to the Minnesota Twins in 13 innings, 4-3, on Joe Mauer’s tiebreaking home run.
The Pirates need about six wins along this curve of the schedule to demonstrate they’re not one of the worst home teams in the league.