1. Marte's Glove, Walk-off Homer Push Pirates Past Giants

    As reporters approached Starling Marte in the clubhouse following his heroics Saturday, he tried to direct them elsewhere. Jung Ho Kang was the hero, he said. It was debatable as they were each plus-two on the home run ledger...

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  2. Marte's 2-out HR in bottom of 9th lifts Pirates over Giants

    Starling Marte hit a solo home run off George Kontos with two outs in the ninth inning, lifting the Pittsburgh Pirates to a 3-2 victory over the San Francisco Giants on Saturday...

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  3. Kang's Go-Ahead Homer

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  4. Kang's Solo Homer

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  5. Harrison Jumps Right in as Leadoff Man

    The Pirates called up infielder Josh Harrison from his rehabilitation assignment with Class AAA Indianapolis Friday and wasted no time adding him to a crowded infield.....

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  6. Bumgarner, Byrd beat Pirates with bats in 6-4 win

    In Byrd's first game with the Pirates in 2013, he homered to straightaway center. Locke remembered that shot.....

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  7. Pittsburgh Pirates Fan Creates Mashup of 'Family Matters' Intro Featuring Team

    Last week, the San Francisco Giants released their rendition of the Full House theme, dubbed "Full Clubhouse," to promote an upcoming home date themed after the show...

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  8. Pirates Shut out Giants, 4-0, as Morton Shines

    Charlie Morton's fifth-inning curveball darted and dived toward the dirt, and Jake Peavy gave a two-strike swing so mighty that his bat went flying and whirled to a stop near third base...

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  9. Morton's scoreless start propels Pirates past Giants

    Pirates manager Clint Hurdle walked to the mound just in time Thursday night to protect a solid start for a pitcher whose loopy curves kept the San Francisco Giants scoreless through six-plus innings...

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  10. Mercer, Harrison Likely to Return vs. Giants

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  11. Pirates Stay Hot at Home, Take Series vs. D-Backs

    A night after the Pirates and D-backs went back and forth for 15 innings and more than five hours, left-hander J.A. Happ gave the Bucs the quick and efficient start they needed...

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  12. Happ Shines as Pirates Shut Down Diamondbacks 4-1

    J.A. Happ allowed two hits in six shutout innings and the Pittsburgh Pirates made quick work of the Arizona Diamondbacks , 4-1 on Wednesday night...

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  13. Pirates Designate Pedro Florimon for Assignment

    The Pirates have designated shortstop Pedro Florimon for assignment in order to clear space on the roster for right-hander Josh Wall, tweets Travis Sawchik of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review...

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  14. Report: Pirates to Sign Travis Snider to Minors Deal

    The Pirates have agreed to a minor-league deal with outfielder Travis Snider, Chris Cotillo of SB Nation reports on Twitter. Snider, 27, was recently released by the Orioles ...

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  15. Florimon's Hit in 15th Inning Gives Pirates 9-8 Win over Arizona

    Pedro Florimon's walk-off triple in the 15th inning gave the Pirates a 9-8 victory against the Arizona Diamondbacks in a game that started Tuesday night but ended Wednesday morning, 5 hours, 11 minutes later...

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  16. Pirates Bullpen Has Been Nearly Untouchable

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  17. Pirates Notebook: Oft-Injured Corey Hart to Take One Last Shot

    Pirates infielder/outfielder Corey Hart was in the clubhouse Monday and is going to give it one more shot to get back onto the roster...

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  18. Jung Ho Kang Is Unsung Star of MLB's Loaded 2015 Rookie Class

    On April 28, Jung Ho Kang owned a .182/.208/.227 slash line. He had one extra-base hit to his name. It was way early, sure, but it was also worth wondering if the Korean import's game was going to translate to the big leagues...

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  19. Cole Remains Winless in August

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  20. D-Backs End Pirates Four-Game Wining Streak

    It probably wasn't a good sign for Pirates starter Gerrit Cole that three of the first seven batters he faced Monday night hit the ball off the outfield wall for extra base hits...

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  21. Pirates Win Fourth in a Row, Trail Cardinals by Five Games

    During the Friday afternoon scouting meeting before the weekend series against the New York Mets , Pirates manager Clint Hurdle relayed a message to his team...

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  22. Kang Gets Break After 34 Consecutive Starts

    NEW YORK — For the first time since early July, Jung Ho Kang spent an entire Pirates game in the dugout.....

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  23. Pirates Benefit from Mistake-Filled Inning, Sweep Mets

    NEW YORK — Baseball can be tedious game. Focus is often tested, especially on muggy, 90-dgree afternoons like Sunday at Citi Field.....

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  24. Ramirez, Pirates Rough Up Mets After Rain for Series Sweep

    NEW YORK -- Aramis Ramirez had four hits and three RBI, Pedro Alvarez homered and Pittsburgh roughed up the sloppy Mets after a rain delay Sunday for an 8-1 victory that sealed the Pirates ' first season series sweep of New York...

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  25. McCutchen, Kang out of Series Finale vs. Mets

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