The Pirates were the victims of a Lucas Giolito no-hitter. Pittsburgh struck out 13 times to the righty. Giolito threw a total of 101 pitches, 74 accounted for strikes, and he also walked one batter. The only Pirate that got on base was Erik Gonzalez who was walked.
In this week's edition of Cheap Seats Chatter, I was joined by fellow writers Ryan Garcia, Anthony Baamonde and Joe Borek. Our mission was simple: Spend about 90 minutes sizing up the MLB Central Divisions. As it would happen, we found a lot more to talk about.
Along with discussing some
The Pirates completed their three-game sweep of the Brewers, taking game three 5-4. After being down to the Brewers late in the game, they rallied back to collect their first sweep. Pittsburgh did everything right in this series, they pitched and hit well, and their defense was solid.
The Bucs were on fire again in game two and blew out the Brewers 12-5. Just like last night, the Bucs showed up in every aspect. Their hitting was fantastic, and their pitching did a create job at slowing down Milwaukee.
Derek Holland took the hill for the Bucs and
After being swept by the Indians last night, the Pirates were finally able to win a game as they took game one from the Brewers, 7-2. Both their hitting and pitching were fantastic tonight. With Chad Kuhl on the mound for the Bucs, who went five innings and gave
Cleveland completed their three-game sweep of the Bucs in a 2-0 victory. The Bucs had some trouble against Shane Bieber tonight in game three. After losing the first two games in this series, the Bucs couldn’t get anything going.
Bieber struck out 11 through six innings of work. Trevor