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Stephen Nesbitt's Pirates chat transcript: 6.30.15

about 1 hour ago

 Pirates pitcher Deolis Guerra is congratulated by catcher Francisco Cervelli after a win against the Braves over the weekend at PNC Park.

At long last, Deolis Guerra's ride to the majors reaches its destination

about 17 hours ago

 Pete Rose was banned from baseball in 1989 after violating the No. 1 rule in sports by betting on games while he was managing the Cincinnati Reds.

Ron Cook: Shameless Pete Rose will do anything to make a buck

about 17 hours ago

 Neil Walker hits a fifth-inning two-run home run against the Atlanta Braves June 5 in Georgia.

Ron Cook: Alvarez, Walker fall short in Pirates' 2-1 loss

1 day ago

 Pedro Alvarez is proving to be a great offensive weapon for the Pirates. On defense? Not so much.

Adam Bittner: Despite his mighty bat, Pedro Alvarez hurting Pirates

1 day ago

 Pirates catcher Francisco Cervelli tags out the Braves' Chris Johnson at PNC Park.

Braves hold off Pirates for 2-1 win

2 days ago

 Andrew McCutchen reacts after being hit by Julio Teheran in the first inning Saturday against Atlanta at PNC Park.

Ron Cook: McCutchen gets hit, Pirates hit back

2 days ago

 Jose Tabata gets an RBI on a hit against the Twins earlier this season. He's now been designated for assignment along with right-hander Chris Volstad.

Pirates notebook: Latest roster shuffle includes risk of losing Tabata, Volstad

2 days ago

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