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Carlos Osorio/Associated Press The Braves are on a pace to strike out more than 1,400 times this season; they also lead the National League East...They entered Saturday with a two-and-a-half-game lead in the National League East. But their strikeout
The Sports Network Breakout left-hander Mike Minor makes his initial start of 2013 Friday when the Atlanta Braves host the Chicago Cubs in the first of three weekend games at Turner Field...He was 11-10 in 30 starts and posted career-bests in earned
The Sports Network The Pittsburgh Pirates placed infielder Brandon Inge on the 15-day disabled list Sunday, retroactive to March 26. Inge batted just .162 and struck out 11 times in 13 games this spring. The 35- year-old veteran is dealing with a
While the Pirates were flirting with first place early last July, Jose Tabata was playing in Triple A Indianapolis where Pittsburgh's Opening Day right fielder had been optioned after hitting .230 in 72 games. That six-week demotion is what's driving
The Sports Network Pirates pitcher Charlie Morton will miss the next 12-to-18 months after undergoing surgery to repair the ulnar collateral ligament in his right elbow. The procedure, more commonly known as Tommy John surgery, was performed by
Jay Bruce had three hits, including a pair of doubles, Todd Frazier drove in two runs to cap an eventful day and the Cincinnati Reds cruised by the Pittsburgh Pirates 8-1 on Tuesday night. Homer Bailey (4-3) gave up one run on
The Pirates' offense once again didn't support their strong pitching. Pittsburgh limited the New York Mets to three runs but lost for the second consecutive day, held to five hits in a 3-1 defeat Wednesday.
Happ was on the verge of a perfect inning. The momentum he and the Astros were building was undone by a ball that somehow carried over the elevated right-field wall. Jose Tabata's solo homer was one of two Happ allowed in Houston'
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Troy Tulowitzki broke up James McDonald's no-hit bid in the seventh inning and Tyler Colvin hit a go-ahead sacrifice fly in the eighth to lift the Colorado Rockies over the Pittsburgh Pirates 2-1 in Wednesday's doubleheader opener. <