While the Pittsburgh Pirates continue to play well at home, the Miami Marlins can't seem to find a way to end their recent struggles on the road.
Trying for a fifth consecutive victory overall, the Pirates look to complete their latest home sweep by handing the Marlins a fifth straight defeat Sunday.
Pittsburgh (53-40) had dropped six straight at home to Miami before holding on for a 4-3 victory Friday and winning 5-1 on Saturday for its 15th victory in 20 games overall.
The Pirates, one-half game behind first-place Cincinnati in the NL Central, have won four in a row and 20 of 24 at PNC Park where they are a major league-best 31-14 and have swept three series.
Miami (44-50), meanwhile, has totaled seven runs while losing four straight after opening its six-game trip with a 9-5 win at Chicago on Tuesday. The Marlins have lost 12 of their last 16 away from home.
Manager Ozzie Guillen was asked where his frustration level is, sitting 10 games back in the NL East.
"Mine? I don't ...