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This Is Getting Old:
I know blowouts suck, but losses like last night’s really frustrate me. Failing to capitalize on huge opportunities seems like it is this teams calling card. First Pitch: 4:05 PM EST Where To Watch: Root Sports, MLB.TV, STO Ubaldo Jimenez, RHP (28) Talk about a guy whose record is absolutely blowing away his actual [...]
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Last summer when the Indians dealt for Ubaldo Jimenez, there is no doubt they felt like they were acquiring a young front line starter. That hasn't been the case yet. Jimenez made 11 starts for the Tribe last year, and posted an ugly 5.10 ERA. Advanced metrics suggested he was unlucky, with his xFIP, FIP, tERA, and SIERA sitting in the high three range. He was striking batters...
The Cleveland Indians have been known for the bull-pen the past couple of season, (The Bull-pen Mafia) Tony Sipp doesn’t fit. Every time the Indians put Sipp into the game the team risks the chance of producing a win. Sipp just doesn’t fit the bill, Manny Acta has to know that. The fans know it why doesn’t the teams manager know it? Sipp has a 6.95 earned run average and he...
It won't be long before the Pirates' treasured pitching prospects make it to Pittsburgh. Gerrit Cole, the No. 1 overall pick in the 2011 draft and the best of those prospects, was promoted to Double-A Altoona just two months into his first professional season. He pretty much left the Pirates no choice, going 5-1 with a 2.55 ERA, 69 strikeouts and 21 walks in 67 innings...
Everyone in action today.
Indianapolis 5, Charlotte 3 – Jeff Locke started and gave up 2 runs in 5 2/3 innings. He struck out 4 and walked 2. Bryan Morris pitched 3 scoreless innings in relief. Chase d’Arnaud was 1 for 3 with a double. Jeff Clement went 1 for 4 with a double.
Altoona 7, Trenton 6 – The Curve trailed 6-1 in the bottom of the 9th and came back to win. Nathan...
Pirates (32-29) at Orioles (36-26)
7:05 PM EST–Camden Yards, Baltimore
Here is the MLB.com Gameday
TV: ROOT Sports
The Pirates will look to avoid a sweep in Baltimore tonight.
Lots of stuff happened today:
It looks like Charlie Morton will need Tommy John surgery.
Everyone’s favorite TV reporter Lacee Collins is no longer working for ROOT Sports.
Jeff Karstens will make a rehab...
Indians first baseman Carlos Santana tries to make a catch in the stands against the Reds, winds up on top of what very well might be Larry the Cable Guy.
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Team President Mark Shapiro was a highly thought of and for the most part successful General Manager with the Indians before being bumped up stairs. He fleeced the Mariners in getting Asdrubal Cabrera and Shin-Soo Choo in separate deals for the “Benuardo” first base platoon (Ben Broussard and Eduardo Perez). He got Carlos Santana for Casey Blake and Travis Hafner for Einar Diaz...
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The Pirates finally put everything together in a fantastic 9-2 win on Saturday at Progressive Field, ending a 4-game losing skid and keeping them over .500.
For the first time in a while, the bats and the arms both came through in a big way. A.J. Burnett wasn’t spectacular by any means, but kept the Indians in check for6.2 solid innings. As we’ve said so many times about Burnett...
That's how you end a four-game losing streak: leave no doubt. The Pirates fell behind in the bottom of the first on Asdrubal Cabrera's solo homer, but then pounded the Indians into submission with four homers of their own; a solo shot by Pedro Alvarez to even the score a 1-1, a two-run shot by Casey McGehee to put the Pirates into the lead in the sixth, a solo shot by Alex...
Player of the Game
Jason Kipnis continues to excel, winning yet another Player of the Game. Kipnis started his offensive success today in the 1st inning when he hit a solo home run. He added 2 singles and a stolen base. He ended the day going 3-5 with an RBI and 2 runs scored. His score of 4.78 gives him his 8th PoG of the season.
The Indians continue to be aggressive...
This series in Baltimore has certainly not gone the Pirates' way through two games, but at least they have a favorable pitching matchup to try and sneak out of Baltimore with one win tonight as Erik Bedard goes up against Tommy Hunter. Bedard, of course, started his career with the O's and had his best years there, so maybe there will be some sort of added motivation for...