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The disappointment that will engulf Pittsburgh this morning is a sign that the Pirates are now operating in the game’s higher stratosphere.
In a little more than three hours, Madison Bumgarner had made quick work of the Pirates and brought Bucwinter's abrupt arrival.
While the season ended on a sour note at PNC Park, Pirates owner Bob Nutting is optimistic about the future.
Just 26 days removed from a heart transplant, former Pirates closer and World Series champ Kent Tekulve threw out the first pitch Wednesday.
San Francisco Giants ace Madison Bumgarner silenced the Pirates bats and the rowdy, record crowd of 40,629 at PNC Park.
MLB has a team that works to certify memorabilia every game, but the authentication process kicks into overdrive in the playoffs.
Pirates manager Clint Hurdle kept tabs on Kansas City’s wild-card game Tuesday night for sentimental reasons.
Bruce Bochy has managed in the postseason before, but he never had to build his roster for a win-or-go-home scenario.
The Giants eliminated the Pirates, who played in the wild-card game at PNC Park for the second consecutive year, from the postseason.
They went with their standard lineup against a left-handed starter, as they will face San Francisco Giants lefty Madison Bumgarner tonight.
Fans are pumped up to recreate intensity of last year’s blackout game. The Pirates play the Giants tonight at 8:07 p.m. at PNC Park.
The Pirates take on the San Francisco Giants at 8:07 p.m. in a one-game wild card playoff.
Jerry takes your questions on how things will go down tonight.
Hurdle put two starters, Jeff Locke and Vance Worley, in his bullpen as insurance in case of injury or poor performance by Edinson Volquez
It's worth revisiting how Edinson Volquez went from a potential $5 million mistake to the Pirates starter for tonight's playoff opener.
The urgency and simplicity of win-or-go-home is a tasty mix, but things will go sour if the Pirates continue to struggle with men on base.
Catcher Russell Martin, one of many Pirates peaking at the right time, said he expects to be in the lineup tonight against the Giants.
The Wild Card game begins at 8:07 p.m.
Despite the Pirates scoring five runs July 28 against Madison Bumgarner in San Francisco, Clint Hurdle is expecting the ace's best.
PITTSBURGH (AP) -- The Pittsburgh Pirates believe they're building something special. The San Francisco Giants provided a
PITTSBURGH (AP) -- Brandon Crawford figured the San Francisco Giants needed one run, maybe two, the way ace Madison Bumgarner was