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

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  2. Gene Collier: It's Far Past Time to Just Enjoy This Pirates Ride

    As we await some reliably inspirational rendering of “O Canada” to grace the World Series for the first time since 1993 — the Toronto Blue Jays this week became ...

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  3. Pirates' Cole Went from Prospect to Project to MLB Ace

    Days after agreeing to a club-record $8 million signing bonus in August 2011, Gerrit Cole traveled to Bradenton, Fla., and entered Jim Benedict's sliver of an office in the Pirate City complex...

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  4. Pittsburgh Pirates Star Andrew McCutchen Talks MVP Surge

    On the night of May 6, standing at his stall at PNC Park, the face of baseball in Pittsburgh was as flustered as I've ever seen...

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  5. Alvarez's Glove Comes Up Big for Bucs

    NEW YORK -- Pedro Alvarez's performance as a first baseman has been scrutinized, criticized and abridged -- manager Clint Hurdle removing him late in most games for defensive purposes...

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  6. Pirates Score 2 Runs in 10th Inning, Hold off Mets

    NEW YORK — Aggressive managing by Pirates manager Clint Hurdle paid off Friday in a 10-inning, 3-2 series opening win over the New York Mets ...

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  7. Pirates Notebook: Stewart's Backup Role Redefined

    NEW YORK — Chris Stewart, counted on to catch every one of Gerrit Cole's starts from early May to early August, likely will spend the rest of the regular season flashing signals to other Pirates pitchers...

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  8. Pirates Score Early, Late to Beat Cardinals 10-5

    ST. LOUIS — There was no sweep in the cards Thursday night. Playing the probabilities, manager Clint Hurdle predicted the result long before the Pirates pasted St...

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  9. Pirates Fan Either Predicts Future or Jinxes Club with Title Tatoo

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  10. Tipsheet: Pirates Thrive Under Unique Leader

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  11. Pirates' Sloppy Fielding Leads to 4-2 Loss to Cardinals

    ST. LOUIS — Yadier Molina, the aging St. Louis Cardinals catcher, doesn't run much these days. With 12 seasons of major league wear on his knees, Molina is known more for his cannon arm than his foot speed...

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  12. Pirates Notebook: Alvarez on Upswing in August

    ST. LOUIS — At baseball's winter meetings in December, manager Clint Hurdle was asked point-blank whether Pedro Alvarez would be the Pirates ' everyday first baseman in 2015...

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  13. Marte Exits with Discomfort in Left Hand

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  14. Jeff Locke Gives Up 3 Runs in 5th as Pirates Lose 4-3

    Jeff Locke paid for a couple of key fifth-inning walks as the Pirates narrowly lost to the Cardinals Tuesday, 4-3. It was the latest in a long string of one-run games for the two teams this year...

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  15. Pirates Fall Just Short Against Cardinals Again, Lose 4-3

    ST. LOUIS — The Pittsburgh Pirates have had the lead against the St. Louis Cardinals in all four games they have played at Busch Stadium this season.....

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  16. Pirates Open Critical Three-Game Series at Cardinals

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  17. Everybody Shut Up and Pay Attention to Jung-Ho Kang | FanGraphs Baseball

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  18. Top PIT Prospect Glasnow Has Work to Do

    DURHAM, N.C.—Tyler Glasnow is one of the best pitching prospects in the minors. He's proven nearly unhittable in his four minor league seasons. He's allowed only 5...

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  19. Pirates Notebook: Mercer, Harrison to Start Working Way Back

    As the Pirates travel to St. Louis today for a pivotal three-game series that begins Tuesday, injured infielders Josh Harrison and Jordy Mercer will head to Class AAA Indianapolis for their respective rehab assignments...

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  20. Kang, McCutchen Rally Pirates Past Dodgers 13-6

    PITTSBURGH -- Jung Ho Kang's three-run homer capped a nine-run seventh inning and Andrew McCutchen homered and drove in four runs as the Pittsburgh Pirates rallied for a 13-6 victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers on Sunday night...

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  21. Pirates Outlast Dodgers in 6-5 Win

    Pirates pitcher Francisco Liriano hit his first career home run Saturday, but he was not able to enjoy it for long...

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  22. Liriano Hits 1st Career Homer, Exits Early as Pirates Top Dodgers

    Pirates pitcher Francisco Liriano hit his first career home run Saturday, but he was not able to enjoy it for long...

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  23. Pirates Hold on for 6-5 Win over Dodgers

    Francisco Liriano had just sent a charge through PNC Park, tucking a three-run, opposite-field home run just inside the left-field foul pole in the second inning Saturday for his first career home run...

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  24. Liriano, McCutchen Lead Pirates Past Dodgers

    PITTSBURGH -- Left-hander Francisco Liriano hit the first home run of his 10-year career and Andrew McCutchen went 3 for 3 as the Pittsburgh Pirates held on to beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 6-5 on Saturday...

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  25. Liriano's Three-Run Homer

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