Found June 26, 2012 on This Is Getting Old:
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The bad news is tonight’s game was rough.  ”They outplayed us again tonight,” Clint Hurdle said after the game.  The Pirates left 17 runners on base, blowing far too many scoring opportunities.  Erik Bedard gave up 4 runs, and Juan Cruz gave up 1.  The Pirates’ first 2 hitters, Jose Tabata and Neil Walker, were [...]
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