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Olney: Bucs evaluating Josh Willingham

Published on July 17, 2011 by in Rumors

ESPN’s Buster Olney tweeted this morning that the Pirates are looking at Oakland A’s LF Josh Willingham as a possible trade target. We have been hearing a bunch of rumors of the Pirates looking for a veteran OF bat and Willingham now marks the first name we are hearing. Willingham is in the midst of his

 
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Bucs unable to hold on against ‘Stros

Published on July 17, 2011 by in Game Recaps

Final: Astros 6, Pirates 4 WP: Sergio Escalona (2-1) LP: Jose Veras (2-3) SV: Mark Melancon (7) The Bucs fell back 3-0 to the Astros thanks to some early opportunities that were missed out on by the Pirates’ offense in the early innings. Those missed opportunities would ultimately come back to haunt them. However, thanks

 
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Game 92: Pittsburgh Pirates vs Houston Astros Live Blog

Published on July 16, 2011 by in Live Blogs

Game 92: Pirates at Astros

 
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Pirates’ injury updates; Jose Tabata suffers setback

Published on July 16, 2011 by in Injuries

Just catching up on a few of the Pirates’ injuries: – Jose Tabata suffered a setback Thursday night while on a rehab assignment with the Bradenton Marauders. He felt tightness while running the bases and was pulled from the game. He did not play yesterday and is out indefinitely as of right now. Clint Hurdle

 
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Jeff Karstens’ gem propels Bucs into 1st place

Published on July 15, 2011 by in Game Recaps

Final: Pirates 4, Astros WP: Jeff Karstens (8-4) LP: Brett Myers (3-10) I didn’t see any of this game, but by looking at the box score, it is safe to say that Jeff Karstens flat out dominated. He pitched a complete game, 5-hit, shutout while throwing just 83 pitches. He lowered his ERA on the

 
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Game 91: Pittsburgh Pirates vs Houston Astros Live Blog

Published on July 15, 2011 by in Live Blogs

Game 91: Pirates at Astros

 
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