ulf wrote:Which also makes me question why we let someone in the rotation that can only throw 70 pitches but whatever. The cavalry is coming
TheGhostofGoulet wrote:The Pirates better get a lead in the eighth because that's the only way we'll see Melancon and Grilli.
TheGhostofGoulet wrote:Three out of four at Citi Field, where they have won only five times since it opened.
Now, back to PNC park for a 10 game homestand.
Mr. Colby wrote:Pirates are good I think.
Results are similar to last year, but the process has been way, way better. This recipe is much for long-term success than last year's.
21-16 and the starting rotation is a bit of a mess, the middle relievers are just OK, and the team's best hitter is currently the team's worst hitter. Gutting out wins in spite of all that.
Relatively easy homestand with Brewers for 4, Houston for 3, Cubs for 3. Win 7 of those shouldn't be too hard, can be 28-19 after that.
DudeMan2766 wrote:Get your tickets for always exciting interleague action as the Pirates take on the Houston Astros
kovyfalcon27 wrote:A big thanks to Pirates pitchers for hooking me up with 5 dollar tickets for Wednesday night.