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5/22/2015 | Awkward slide doesn't diminish Kang's impact

On a high fly ball along the left-field line in the sixth inning of Friday night's 4-1 win over the Mets, Pirates shortstop Jung Ho Kang readied himself to tag up at third base and make a dash for the plate.

5/22/2015 | Just shy of complete game, Cole in complete control

Even if Gerrit Cole had not walked Eric Campbell on a full-count fastball with one out in the ninth inning, there's no guarantee he would have completed Friday night's 4-1 win over the Mets.

5/22/2015 | Mets try to reward Harvey, but Bucs have Burnett

Matt Harvey is winless in his last two starts despite holding opposing hitters scoreless over 15 innings combined. Harvey, one of baseball's top pitchers, looks to capture that elusive sixth win of the 2015 campaign against A.J. Burnett and the Pirates on Saturday at PNC Park.

5/22/2015 | Bucs' Cole fans 10 Mets, outduels Thor

Gerrit Cole emerged victorious in a battle of electric young right arms Friday night, outdueling Noah Syndergaard and looking like one of the National League's top pitchers as the Pirates beat the Mets, 4-1, at PNC Park.

5/22/2015 | Morton to make 2015 debut Monday

Pittsburgh manager Clint Hurdle said that Charlie Morton will start his first game of the 2015 season against the Marlins on Monday at PNC Park. Hurdle also said Vance Worley, who has made seven starts this year but pitched out of the bullpen Tuesday, will stay in a reliever role upon Morton's return.

5/22/2015 | McCutchen's paystub posted online

The Internet got a closer look into Andrew McCutchen's personal finances Thursday, when a picture of his paystub was posted to and a redacted version was posted on the sports blog Deadspin.

5/20/2015 | Pirates hope fortunes in close games can change

The Pirates played out an unfortunately familiar script for 13 innings Wednesday night at PNC Park. They fell behind. They battled back. They pitched well. And they lost, this time to the Twins by one run, 4-3. It was the Pirates' sixth loss in as many extra-inning games this year. They also fell to 0-17 on the year when trailing after seven innings. They're now 2-17 when scoring three runs or fewer.

5/20/2015 | Locke, bullpen have big night despite loss

Jeff Locke -- and later the Pittsburgh bullpen -- kept the Pirates close in a 4-3 defeat that went 13 innings. Locke and the bullpen combined for 11 straight scoreless innings. That also included six innings of no-hit ball.

5/20/2015 | Cervelli passes concussion tests, plays vs. Twins

After leaving Tuesday's game early for precautionary reasons, Pirates catcher Francisco Cervelli passed a full battery of tests to determine his availability for Wednesday night's game at PNC Park.

5/20/2015 | Pirates, Mets begin series in Steel City

Following an off day, the Pirates start a three-game home series against the Mets on Friday night with their ace and April's National League Pitcher of the Month, Gerrit Cole, on the bump.

5/20/2015 | Not all is lost for contenders after early woes

Good times are coming for the Pirates, A's and Red Sox despite a disappointing start to the season. Those three teams are going to be in contention in September, and possibly later due to talented rosters and the right leadership.

5/19/2015 | Liriano struggles against former team

After seeing a second home run land in the PNC Park seats, fans started to boo Pirates starting pitcher Francisco Liriano. It was the kind of performance Liriano delivered often at the end of his time in Minnesota. And on Tuesday night, the Twins were just fine with him doing it in a Pirates uniform.

5/19/2015 | Alvarez's HR lands in boat on Allegheny River

Tuesday night was a first for Pedro Alvarez and a rare occurrence at PNC Park. Alvarez launched a home run all the way out of the ballpark during the Pirates' 8-5 loss to the Twins, ripping a solo shot that landed in a boat in the Allegheny River.

5/19/2015 | Pirates believe Mercer's finding his form

Shortstop Jordy Mercer got off to a slow start last season, carrying a .227 average into July, before taking off and playing at a high level in the second half. The Pirates believe Mercer, off to another sluggish start at the plate, is getting close to recapturing his form again.

5/19/2015 | Twins' big second inning leads them past Bucs

The Twins used a six-run second inning to build up a big lead against former Minnesota starter Francisco Liriano and held on to beat the Pirates, 8-5, at PNC Park on Tuesday night.

5/19/2015 | Pirates, Twins finish two-game Interleague series

The Pirates' Jeff Locke and the Twins' Mike Pelfrey will be featured on Wednesday night at PNC Park in a duel of pitchers seeking rebound starts.

5/19/2015 | Pirates add Tabata to outfield mix

General manager Neal Huntington recently admitted that Jose Tabata's return to the big leagues might have to come elsewhere, but he made it clear that he hoped to see the outfielder in a Pirates uniform again. The Pirates gave Tabata another shot Tuesday, selecting his contract from Triple-A Indianapolis and placing him on the active roster.

5/18/2015 | Pirates back to patient approach at the plate

The Pirates entered Monday's off-day two games under .500, tied for third in the National League Central. But one of their biggest April concerns -- their collective lack of patience at the plate -- seems to have faded.

5/17/2015 | Statcast: McCutchen takes near-perfect route

Former Gold Glove winner Andrew McCutchen made yet another highlight-reel play in the Pirates' victory over the Cubs on Sunday, made possible only by taking a nearly perfect route to the ball.

5/17/2015 | Harrison's 'hustle double' energizes Bucs' offense

In hustling out a leg double in the fifth inning of a scoreless game, Josh Harrison did more than just put himself in position to score the winning run Sunday. By contributing that big hit toward the Bucs' getaway 3-0 triumph over the Cubs, Harrison brought to an end a bizarre trend.

5/17/2015 | Burnett dazzles again in proclaimed final season

A.J. Burnett made his eighth start of the season in the Pirates' 3-0 sweep-averting victory Sunday. He has yet to allow more than two runs in any of them, unprecedented in Buccos history.

5/17/2015 | With Kang in lineup, Mercer gets fewer reps

It is too early to credit Jung Ho Kang with having played up to his inadvertent boast four months ago of doing "better than" Jordy Mercer. Kang's presence, however, is hindering Mercer from "getting better."

5/17/2015 | With Morton returning soon, Worley available from 'pen

The future of the Pirates' starting rotation got a little clearer on Sunday with manager Clint Hurdle's pronouncement that Vance Worley will remain available to pitch out of the bullpen for the foreseeable future.

5/17/2015 | Bucs top Cubs behind Burnett's gem

Continuing to sparkle in what he has said would be his final season, A.J. Burnett went the first seven innings Sunday as the Pirates avoided a sweep by the Cubs with a 3-0 victory at Wrigley Field. The loss snapped the Cubs' six-game winning streak, their longest since 2011.

5/17/2015 | Liriano welcomes former club as Bucs host Twins

The Twins are set to see a familiar face when they head to Pittsburgh on Tuesday for the start of a two-game Interleague series at PNC Park. Francisco Liriano, who pitched for Minnesota from 2005-2012, is set to face his former team for the third time in his career. Ricky Nolasco starts for the Twins.

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