Final: Pirates 5, Reds 4 WP: Joel Hanrahan (3-0, 2.86 ERA) LP: Aroldis Chapman (4-1, 0.30 ERA) SV: Chris Resop (1, 3.49 ERA) Wow. That was probably the best game I’ve watched all season. The Reds started things off in the 2nd with a solo home run by Jay Bruce off Pirates’ starter Kevin Correia.
Final: Reds 5, Pirates 4 WP: Johnny Cueto (6-3, 2.63 ERA) LP: Brad Lincoln (3-1, 2.40 ERA) SV: Aroldis Chapman (6, 0.00 ERA) Brandon Phillips homered in the 2nd and the Reds added four more in the 4th inning thanks in large part to a 3-run double by Ryan Ludwick to put the Pirates in
Final: Pirates 8, Reds 4 WP: A.J. Burnett (5-2, 3.76 ERA) LP: Homer Bailey (4-4, 4.39 ERA) SV: Joel Hanrahan (15, 2.57 ERA) Cincinnati scored two runs in the first inning of this game and I’m not going to lie, I didn’t feel too good after that. Homer Bailey was on the hill for the
Final: Pirates 8, Brewers 2 WP: Kevin Correia (2-5, 4.19 ERA) LP: Randy Wolf (2-5, 6.05 ERA) Nyjer Morgan hit a solo home run in the first inning for the Brewers and it looked like tonight was going to just be one of those nights that we dread. But then the third inning happened. That’s
Final: Pirates 2, Reds 1 WP: A.J. Burnett (4-2, 3.60 ERA) LP: Johnny Cueto (5-3, 2.54 ERA) SV: Joel Hanrahan (13, 2.37 ERA) A.J. Burnett gave up a lead off double to Zack Cozart, who eventually scored due to an Pedro Alvarez error. Burnett then retired the next 17 batters to keep the Pirates in
Final: Pirates 5, Mets 4 WP: Jared Hughes (1-0, 1.19 ERA) LP: Jon Rauch (3-3, 3.93 ERA) SV: Joel Hanrahan (10, 2.87 ERA) I missed the start of this game, and according to reports, I’m glad I did. Once I heard the words “bunt,” “Neil Walker,” “no outs,” and “Pedro Alvarez on 2nd,” I decided