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Pirates’ Rich Hill is an Ageless Wonder (+)



Rich Hill, Pittsburgh Pirates

PITTSBURGH — At 43 years old, Rich Hill is baseball’s oldest player, but you never would have known it based on his performance on Friday night at PNC Park.

The Pirates’ left-hander threw a season-high seven innings in their 14-7 win over the New York Mets. it took Hill 119 pitches to do so.

The 119 pitches are the second-most in a game in Hill’s career, behind only a 120-pitch showing in 2006, when Hill was a 26-year-old. It’s also the most for a Pirates’ pitcher in a game since James McDonald threw 120 against the Minnesota Twins in 2012.

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