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J.T. Brubaker - Pittsburgh Pirates

PITTSBURGH — J.T. Brubaker has one of the worst records of any pitcher in the major leagues.

The Pittsburgh Pirates right-hander fell to 3-11 after giving up all six runs in a 6-1 loss to the Atlanta Braves on Tuesday night at PNC Park.

On the plus side, he did have eight strikeouts against only one walk. Yet the best number on his pitching line was 6.2 innings.

That marked the second straight game in which Brubaker pitched into the seventh inning. He shut out the Boston Red Sox for seven innings in his previous start last Thursday.

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