1. Nick Kingham Undergoes Tommy John Surgery

    Pirates prospect Nick Kingham underwent Tommy John surgery yesterday, the club announced. He'll miss all of this year and a significant chunk of 2016...

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  2. Jung Ho Kang's Favorite Things About America: Girls, Steak, and Hitting.300

    Pirates infielder Jung Ho Kang is showing that his great production in Korea translates just fine to America by hitting .313 with an .823 OPS through 33 games...

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  3. Pirates Rally, Complete Sweep of Marlins with Sixth Win in a Row

    The winning rally started innocently enough, as manager Clint Hurdle remarked. Down two runs in the seventh inning to the Miami Marlins , the Pirates patiently pecked away and pushed ...

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  4. Watch: Marte Leaps over Wall to Rob HR

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  5. Video: Josh Harrison Recovers to Make a Swee Tgrab

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  6. Ron Cook: Back End of Pirates Bullpen as Solid as Ever

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  7. Kang's Emergence Gives Bucs Defensive Versatility

    During Spring Training, the Pirates set a few smaller goals that, they believed, would help push them toward their ultimate goal of getting back to the postseason...

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  8. Pirates Notebook: Huntington Says Harrison Having Fun Again

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  9. Ground Chuck Returns in Pirates' 4-2 Win over Miami

    Charlie Morton was in classic form in his first 2015 outing for the Pirates , pitching them to a 4-2 win over the Marlins . Morton induced 16 ground outs, including two double play balls, to no air outs over seven innings...

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  10. Pirates Beat Marlins, 4-2

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  11. Morton Solid in Return as Pirates Top Marlins 4-2

    PITTSBURGH -- Charlie Morton tossed seven strong innings in his return from hip surgery and the Pittsburgh Pirates ran their winning streak to four straight with a 4-2 victory over the Miami Marlins on Monday...

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  12. Pirates Designate RP Radhames Liz for Assignment

    The Pirates have announced that they've designated reliever Radhames Liz for assignment. The move clears space on the team's roster for Charlie Morton, who will start tonight...

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  13. Pirates Notebook: Huntington Says Harrison Having Fun Again

    Pirates general manager Neal Huntington suggested May 10 that struggling third baseman Josh Harrison, who had stumbled to a ...

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  14. McCutchen, Pirates Come Alive in Series Sweep with 9-1 Win Against Mets

    It's hard to fault a manager for pitching around Andrew McCutchen, the Pirates ' perennial All-Star and MVP candidate...

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  15. Liriano Strikes out 12, Pirates Sweep Mets

    PITTSBURGH -- Francisco Liriano kept up Pittsburgh's strikeout parade, fanning 12 as the Pirates beat the New York Mets 9-1 Sunday for a three-game sweep...

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  16. Burnett Cruises as Bucs Bash Around Harvey

    Saturday's game at PNC Park was billed as a pitchers' duel, a showdown between Mets ace Matt Harvey and veteran A.J. Burnett. But the Pirates quickly turned it into the worst start of Harvey's young career, running away with an 8-2 win over the Mets..

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  17. Alvarez's Solo Blast

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  18. Watch: Cutch Becomes All-Time HR Leader at PNC

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  19. Cole Has Won 27 of His 1st 50 Games

    Gerrit Cole has amassed double-digit strikeouts, won in the playoffs and handcuffed some of the best hitters in the game...

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  20. Pirates Notebook: Morton Will Return to the Pirates Starting Rotation

    Right-hander Charlie Morton will return to the Pirates rotation Monday night in a home game against the Miami Marlins , manager Clint Hurdle revealed Friday...

    Kyle Brown Written by Kyle Brown about 6 days ago 38 reads 0 comments

  21. Cole outduels Mets rookie, carries Pirates to victory

    Gerrit Cole has amassed double-digit strikeouts, won in the playoffs and handcuffed some of the best hitters in the game...

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  22. Cole Outduels Syndergaard as Pirates Top Mets

    Gerrit Cole struck out 10 over 8 1/3 dominant innings to outduel New York Mets rookie Noah Syndergaard and lift the Pittsburgh Pirates to a 4-1 win Friday night...

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  23. Pittsburgh Pirates: What We've Learned from the Team's Start to the Season

    Having reached the postseason each of the past two seasons only to fall in the divisional playoff round, the Pittsburgh Pirates were considered one of the early favorites to represent the National League in the World Series...

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  24. Pirates' McCutchen Laughs Off Pay Stub Leak

    Pirates outfielder Andrew McCutchen reacted with laughter rather than anger Friday after a photo of one of his pay stubs turned up on the Internet...

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  25. Pittsburgh Pirates' Typo in Instagram Promotion Offers Fans 'Sexual Donut'

    The Pittsburgh Pirates got a little friendly with their Instagram followers on Friday, promoting a fan giveaway of free tickets and, err, sexual donuts. Yep, sexual donuts...

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