1 Pirates beat Andrew McCutchen and the Giants, 11-2 Elizabeth Bloom Pittsburgh Post-Gazette firstname.lastname@example.org May 11, 2018 After a long buildup, one that arguably began during the 2016-2017 offseason, most of the “firsts” got out of the way quickly: the first at-bat, the first ovations, the first time PNC Park would play host to Andrew… Continue reading New Lumber Company Routs Giants
As Pirates fans brace themselves for the return of Andrew McCutchen, a few numbers for you to help set the stage…. — McCutchen is currently hitting .250/.377/.379/.756 with three home runs and 14 RBI. This numbers would place his fifth, second, sixth and sixth on the current Pirates, apples being apples. — After hitting .212… Continue reading The Return Of Andrew McCutchen
Some random thoughts after another dramatic come from behind win for the Pirates…. — Much has been made, justifiably, of Gerrit Cole’s incredible performance to date for the Astros. But Colin Moran has been everything I think the Pirates had hoped he would be as their everyday third baseman. — With Wednesday’s game winning home… Continue reading Pirates Come Back Again, Top White Sox In Ninth
Pirates rally for comfortable win over White Sox THE ASSOCIATED PRESS | Wednesday, May 9, 2018, 12:23 a.m. CHICAGO — Colin Moran hit a key two-run double, Jordy Mercer also had two RBIs and the Pirates cleaned up in interleague play once again, beating the lowly Chicago White Sox, 10-6, on Tuesday night. Corey Dickerson had four of the… Continue reading Pirates Rally Behind Glasnow While Dickerson And Moran Lead Offense
Capitals beat Penguins as Washington reaches Eastern Conference finals, D.C. rejoices By Isabelle Khurshudyan, Roman Stubbs, Scott Allen and Neil Greenberg May 7 at 10:18 Evgeny Kuznetsov is mobbed after scoring in overtime. (Jonathan Newton/The Washington Post) Capitals slay Penguins, curse in overtime by Isabelle Khurshudyan PITTSBURGH — Braden Holtby started skating up the ice, his glove and blocker thrown upward… Continue reading Caps End Penguins Run, Pirates End Kingham’s
— Happy Birthday to the Say Hey Kid, Willie Mays. 87 years young. — From Colin Dunlap this weekend: “It’s almost like some Penguins fan would rather see Letang commit a flub or Murray let a goal in gloveside to lose a game so they can say ‘I told you so’ rather than have their… Continue reading Monday Morsels
In case you missed this piece from IUP’s Ed Bouchette, a look at past relationships between Steelers quarterbacks and the players picked to presumably take their jobs. Past Steelers QBs have reacted differently to their potential ‘successors’ ED BOUCHETTE Pittsburgh Post-Gazette email@example.com MAY 4, 2018 Their franchise quarterback talked about retirement, so the Steelers, looking… Continue reading Roethlisberger’s Feelings Not New?