It was another tough night for the Pittsburgh Pirates against the Arizona Diamondbacks. In the first game of this series on Monday night, the Bucs jumped out to a five run lead before losing it late. Tonight, they fell behind by eight runs and their comeback rally fell short, as the D-Backs held on for a 13-8 victory.
Trevor Williams took the loss for Pittsburgh (5-4), no thanks to sloppy defense behind him. He was tagged with eight runs (three earned) on six hits in just three innings of work. After a solid start to the season, Williams, like the rest of this team, has fallen on hard times.
Arizona scored six runs in the first inning to put the Pirates in a huge hole. A fielding error by Josh Bell allowed Jon Jay to score on a Jake Lamb ground ball. A single by John Ryan Murph...Read More