#pirates v #cubs lineups pic.twitter.com/Lxz4RTja68 — Rob Biertempfel (@BiertempfelTrib) April 8, 2014 Tonight is 1st of 38 night games at Wrigley Field this year. Since lights were installed in '88, #Cubs are 266-272 in 538 night games — Carrie Muskat (@CarrieMuskat) April 8, 2014 Enjoy baseball? The #Pirates play the next 20 consecutive days. —
Saturday lineups #pirates pic.twitter.com/6xsUqTAe0C — Rob Biertempfel (@BiertempfelTrib) April 5, 2014 Here is some info about tonight's game. #LetsGoBucs pic.twitter.com/nxsV7uwqRz — Pittsburgh Pirates (@Pirates) April 5, 2014
As the sun starts to come up in the ‘Burgh…only 6 hours until first pitch. #OpeningDayPNC pic.twitter.com/VmLTfAhAS5 — Pittsburgh Pirates (@Pirates) March 31, 2014 I just walked over the Roberto Clemente Bridge into PNC Park on Opening Day. Seriously, who is the luckiest man on earth? — Tim Kurkjian (@Kurkjian_ESPN) March 31, 2014
Final: Pirates 10, Brewers 3 (box) WP: Gerrit Cole (4-0, 3.70 ERA) LP: Johnny Hellweg (0-1, 27.00 ERA) SV: Ryan Reid (1, 1.00 ERA) I guess we will start with Gerrit Cole. He seemed like he was going to be in for a long day after allowing six of the first seven batters to reach
Final: Pirates 9, Mariners 2 (box) WP: Jeff Locke (7-1, 2.06 ERA) LP: Joe Saunders (5-8, 4.98 ERA) Jeff Locke was excellent once again as he gave up just two runs over seven innings. His 2.06 ERA is now tied with Clayton Kershaw for second best in the National League behind only Matt Harvey (2.05).
Final: Pirates 1, Tigers 0 (box) WP: Bryan Morris (3-2, 3.06 ERA) LP: Luke Putkonen (1-1, 1.69 ERA) Let’s start things off at the end. The Pirates started off the bottom of the 11th inning with a Neil Walker single. Andrew McCutchen followed that with a four-pitch walk. Then Gaby Sanchez singled into left field