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PBN Around the Horn: Anyone Up for a Late Night Pirates Watch Party?

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Welcome to the PBN Around the Horn. Here you’ll find news and notes from across Major League Baseball, your Pittsburgh Pirates, and around the Sports Now network.

Friday, May 27th, your Pittsburgh Pirates (18-25) Start a three-game series against the San Diego Padres (28-16). Starting game one for the Pirates will be lefty Jose Quintana (1-2, 2.43 ERA). Facing Quintana will be fellow lefty Sean Manaea (2-3, 4.04 ERA). First pitch at Petco Park is at 9:40 p.m. EST.

UPDATE (7:30 p.m.) Artist, Matt Speck created custom cleats for the Renegade, David Bednar. Looking rather slick my guy!

UPDATE (7:24 p.m.) Pirates late night lineup

Weather: 63 degrees and cloudy
TV/Radio AT&T Sportsnet, KDKA Radio 
Money Line: PITT +170 underdogs, O/U of 7 runs

Pittsburgh Baseball Now Notes

Power for Days: Ben Cherington Discusses a Potential Mason Martin Call Up

Josh VanMeter Puts Exclamation Mark on Strong Stretch at the Plate

Breaking: The Pirates Have Placed Yoshi Tsutsugo on 10-Day IL

Is Zach Thompson a Legit Future Option?

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WVU Sports Now: K-State Exacts Regular Season Revenge, Eliminates WVU Baseball with 8-5 Final

Nittany Sports Now: 4-STAR JAHNATHAN LAMOTHE HAS PENN STATE IN TOP 4

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