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PBN Around the Horn: Can the Pirates Stop the Losing Streak at Four?

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Saturday, April 30th, your Pittsburgh Pirates (8-12) play game two of three against the San Diego Padres (14-7). JT Brubaker (0-2, 6.46 ERA) toes the rubber for the Pirates and will face Sean Manaea (2-2, 3.47 ERA). First pitch at PNC Park is set for 6:35 p.m.

UPDATE (3:22 p.m.) Pirates lineup 

UPDATE (12:17 p.m.) Gregory Polanco has hit him 100th homer of his career (MLB and NBP combined) they honored him with flowers. (I’m not crying your crying)

UPDATE (11:24 a.m.) Former Pirate 2nd baseman Neil Walker is being honored in Wexford today with a baseball field named after him.

Weather: 68 degrees and cloudy at first pitch
TV/Radio: AT&T Sportsnet, KDKA Radio
Money Line: PITT +144 underdogs, O/U 7 runs

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Jose Quintana is Exceeding Expectations

Pirates Pitching Falters in 7-3 Loss to the Padres

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