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Pirates Not Yet Panicking Over Offensive Struggles (+)



Pittsburgh Pirates' Rowdy Tellez (44) is introduced before the Pirates' home opener baseball game against the Baltimore Orioles in Pittsburgh, Friday, April 5, 2024. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar)

PITTSBURGH — The good news is the Pittsburgh Pirates had nine hits against the Boston Red Sox on Saturday evening. That’s their most in a game since collecting 10 hits on Sunday in Philadelphia against the Phillies.

The bad news is the Pirates managed to score only two runs, giving them a combined eight runs over their last five games. All five games during that stretch have been losses.

Other than a three-hit game from Bryan Reynolds on Saturday, the Pirates have had difficulties up and down the lineup of late.

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