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Columbus Dispatch 10 hours ago
Pirates 1, Indians 0: Offense goes AWOL for Anderson again

Pirates 1, Indians 0: Offense goes AWOL for Anderson again

PITTSBURGH — Cody Anderson once again turned in a terrific outing for the Cleveland Indians on Saturday, but he found no offensive support in a 1-0 loss to the Pittsburgh Pirates at PNC Park. Anderson (1-1) threw eight innings, allowed only one run on six hits and struck out four. He has now allowed only two runs and 14 hits in 232/3 innings since being promoted from triple-A.
Chronicle-Telegram 15 hours ago

Pirates 1, Indians 0: Tribe pitcher Cody Anderson great again, but shutout snaps win streak

PITTSBURGH — Cleveland Indians rookie Cody Anderson has a simple explanation for such a successful start to his major league career. “I’m just going out focusing on what I have to do to help our team win,” he said. “I’m just trying to do the best I...
Plain Dealer 4 hours ago

Live updates and chat: Cleveland Indians vs. Pittsburgh Pirates, Game 81

Get live updates and chat with Indians beat writer Zack Meisel as the Indians and Pirates conclude their three-game set at PNC Park.
Plain Dealer 4 hours ago

Starting lineups, Game 81: Cleveland Indians vs. Pittsburgh Pirates

Here are the lineups and the pitching matchup for Sunday's series finale between the Indians and the Pirates.
Raise the Jolly Roger! 15 hours ago
Jeff Locke Salutes America

Jeff Locke Salutes America

For all the crap we’ve given Jeff Locke throughout the year, you’ve gotta give him major props for not only throwing an eight inning shutout masterpiece on Saturday, but also for doing it in record time (the game barely cracked two hours) – giving everyone more time to enjoy the holiday on a beautiful afternoon/evening. […]
Where have you gone, Andy Van Slyke? 8 hours ago

Catching up on Sunday morning: Locke and others

I made the decision to come back to PA for the Fourth this weekend pretty late, so I knew when I decided to come that I’d be seeing Jeff Locke in person on Saturday. I was a bit worried about this; it’s never fun to make the trip home and then to see a baseball game […]

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Beaver County Times 13 hours ago
3 Thoughts: Pirates would be wise to reel in Shark

3 Thoughts: Pirates would be wise to reel in Shark

A look at a possible trade target for the Pirates, the odd dynamic between Gerrit Cole and Trevor Bauer and a book review.
Beaver County Times 19 hours ago
Locke makes his case in Pirates' win over Indians

Locke makes his case in Pirates' win over Indians

Pirates left-hander Jeff Locke pitched two-hit ball over eight innings, retired his last 19 batters and combined with Mark Melancon on a three-hit shutout Saturday in the Pirates' 1-0 win over the Cle
Beaver County Times 20 hours ago
Insider: Pirates' Locke ends Indians' winning streak

Insider: Pirates' Locke ends Indians' winning streak

Jeff Locke allowed two hits in eight innings as the Pittsburgh Pirates beat the Cleveland Indians, 1-0, on Saturday at PNC Park, ending the Indians' five-game winning streak.
Plain Dealer 20 hours ago

RHP Cody Anderson superb but Cleveland Indians' bats go quietly at Pittsburgh Pirates: DMan's Report, Game 80

The Indians slipped to 23-19 on the road after a 1-0 loss to the Pirates on Saturday afternoon.
News-Herald 22 hours ago
Pittsburgh Pirates 1, Cleveland Indians 0: Tribe's five game winning streak stopped

Pittsburgh Pirates 1, Cleveland Indians 0: Tribe's five game winning streak stopped

PITTSBURGH - Jeff Locke pitched eight innings of two-hit ball, retiring his last 19 batters, and Neil Walker had an RBI single to lift the Pittsburgh Pirates over the Cleveland Indians 1-0 on Saturday.Locke (5-4) allowed only second-inning singles by Yan Gomes and Giovanny Urshela as the Pirates ended Cleveland's five-game winning streak.
Akron Beacon Journal 22 hours ago

Indians offense falls silent in 1-0 loss to Pittsburgh Pirates

Cody Anderson for the third straight time pitched into the eighth inning, but he found no offensive support in a 1-0 loss to the Pittsburgh Pirates on Saturday at PNC Park. Anderson threw eight innings, allowed one run on six hits and struck out four. The Pirates’ lone run came in the sixth, when Josh Harrison doubled off the center-field wall and was hit in by Neil Walker. Anderson (1-1) has pitched at least 7 2/3 innings in all three of his major-league starts since being promoted. Pirates starter Jeff Locke (5-4), though, had the Indians’ number, to the tune of only two hits...
Plain Dealer Jul 4, 2015
Live updates and chat: Cleveland Indians vs. Pittsburgh Pirates, Game 80

Live updates and chat: Cleveland Indians vs. Pittsburgh Pirates, Game 80

Get live updates and chat with Indians beat writer Zack Meisel as the Indians and Pirates begin their three-game set at PNC Park.
Plain Dealer Jul 4, 2015

Casual Friday: Cleveland Indians pitcher Trevor Bauer flies drone, mimics teammates, then stymies Pirates in 5-2 victory

He flew his drone above the seats at PNC Park. He used the device to snap photos of the field and its breathtaking backdrop of the Allegheny River and the Roberto Clemente Bridge. He impersonated a few of his teammates as he drew a nine-pitch walk. He dove -- err, bellyflopped -- into first base. He also spun 6 1/3 stellar innings, a run-of-the-mill effort for Tribe pitchers this week. Bauer's performance propelled the Indians to their fifth consecutive victory, a 5-2 triumph against the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Columbus Dispatch Jul 4, 2015

Indians 5, Pirates 2: Moss, Bourn help Tribe win fifth straight game

PITTSBURGH — Brandon Moss hit a two-run home run and Michael Bourn had three RBI, helping the Cleveland Indians open a three-game interleague series with a 5-2 victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates on Friday in a game delayed more than two hours by rain.
Beaver County Times Jul 4, 2015
Insider: Pirates fall to Indians

Insider: Pirates fall to Indians

The Pirates manage just three hits in losing 5-2 to the Cleveland Indians on Friday on the heels of having 49 hits in a three-game sweep of the Tigers in Detroit.
Chronicle-Telegram Jul 4, 2015

Indians keep rolling, down Pirates for fifth straight win

PITTSBURGH — Michael Bourn believes Cleveland’s five-game winning streak is proof the Indians are going to be in contention down the stretch despite a slow start. Bourn drove in three runs, Brandon Moss homered and Trevor Bauer pitched effectively into the seventh inning as the Indians beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 5-2 on a rainy Friday Read More... The post Indians keep rolling, down Pirates for fifth straight win appeared first on Chronicle-Telegram. Click here to read this story on The Chronicle-Telegram.Content copyright The Chronicle-Telegram. Your #1 source for Lorain County News.
News-Herald Jul 4, 2015
Cleveland Indians stay hot through rain, top Pittsburgh Pirates, 5-2

Cleveland Indians stay hot through rain, top Pittsburgh Pirates, 5-2

PITTSBURGH - Michael Bourn drove in three runs, Brandon Moss homered and Trevor Bauer pitched effectively into the seventh inning as the Indians beat the Pirates, 5-2, on a rainy July 3rd game that stretched past midnight.It was the Indians' fifth straight victory.Bourn's two-run single in the eighth inning extended the Indians' lead to 5-2 after Cleveland loaded the bases on a walk to David Murphy and singles by Yan Gomes and Giovanny Urshela.
Beaver County Times Jul 3, 2015
Pirates-Indians meetings are infrequent but significant

Pirates-Indians meetings are infrequent but significant

The Pirates and Indians meet just once every three years under MLB's interleague scheduling format but the series still creates a buzz.

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