Pirates game 2017

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The Cubs completed a sweep of the Pirates with this blowout. They improved to 72-60, which was at the time a season-high 12 games over .500. They continued to lead the N.L. Central by 3½ games.

Now that was fun!

The Cubs broke a whole passel of records in their 17-3 win over the Pirates Wednesday evening, and I’ll get to those, but we have to put the bad with the good, and this game did not start out anything like a 17-3 win typically would.

Jose Quintana had a shaky first inning in which he threw 31 pitches, gave up two weird hits (one dropped right in front of Jason Heyward, the other, a possible double-play ball, took a strange bounce off the mound), hit two batters — and then struck out the side. In between all that the Pirates took a 2-0 lead.

I don’t think anyone figured the Cubs would then score a dozen unanswered runs, and then tack on more, nor did it look like Quintana would have anything resembling a good outing.

And yet, that’s exactly what “Q” did. He retired 16 of the last 17 batters he faced; the only baserunner after the first inning off him came on a solo homer by Josh Bell. By the time Bell hit the dinger, the Cubs’ lead was double digits.

That was helped in part by these two magnificent catches by Jon Jay in the third inning:


Meanwhile, the Cubs were beginning to crush Pirates pitching. Things started slowly; a single and a walk in the first put runners on first and second, and one out later Ian Happ’s single made it 2-1.

A run got “manufactured,” to use the old saying, in the second. Javier Baez reached on an error, stole second and took third on a second error, and then...

Quintana missed on a bunt attempt, and when Pirates catcher Chris Stewart threw back to third, Javy wasn’t anywhere close to the base as he had never stopped running. The steal of home tied the game and really energized the Wrigley crowd.

The third inning is when records started to fall. Kris Bryant singled with one out and Anthony Rizzo doubled him in.

Happ was next:

That was Happ’s 20th homer of the season, and that home run broke two records. He’s the sixth Cub to post 20 homers this year (Rizzo, Bryant, Baez, Kyle Schwarber and Willson Contreras are the others), which is the most Cubs to do that in one season, breaking the previous mark of five set in 1958 and tied in 2004 and 2008. Here are the Cubs who previously held that record:

1958: Ernie Banks, Walt “Moose” Moryn, Lee Walls, Bobby Thomson, Dale Long
2004:Moises Alou, Aramis Ramirez, Sammy Sosa, Derrek Lee, Corey Patterson
2008:Alfonso Soriano, Aramis Ramirez, Geovany Soto, Mark DeRosa, Derrek Lee

Five of the six Cubs who have 20+ homers this year (all but Rizzo) are age 25 or under, which set a major-league record for such things, breaking a record set by the 1979 Montreal Expos and tied by the 2007 Brewers. Here are the players who previously held that one:


The Cubs had a 5-2 lead at this point and that, as it turned out, would have been enough to win the game. But this team was not done hitting, no, not by a long shot.

The fifth inning turned into a slugfest off a pair of Pirates pitchers. Seven runs scored; among the biggest hits were a two-run double by Baez and this single by Quintana:

That was Q’s first RBI as a Cub. Two batters later, Quintana was able to trot around the bases thanks to Schwarber:

Kyle’s 23rd homer of the season made it 12-2, and Quintana gave thanks:

The Cubs weren’t done with home runs, either. Rizzo leading off the sixth:

That’s 96 RBI for Rizzo; just 14 more will give him a career high, and one more home run ties his career best. Happ was the next hitter, and he had singled, homered and doubled, meaning he needed a triple for the cycle:

Nice try, Ian. Maybe next time!

The Cubs weren’t done scoring, either. Schwarber, in the seventh, with a runner on first, No. 24 of the season:

And in the eighth, four Cubs singles made it 17-3 and did something no Cubs team had accomplished in 87 years:

It was the first time any team had done this since the 1985 Mets. Further, it was the Cubs’ first game with 20 hits since May 12, 2014, a 17-5 win over the Cardinals.

One more fun fact: The 14-run margin of victory was the largest for the Cubs at Wrigley Field since August 14, 2009, when they had a 17-2 win over... the Pirates. That 14-run win margin also increased the Cubs’ season run differential to +90, all of which is attributable to the second half (399-399 in runs scored/allowed before the All-Star break). That’s the best differential in baseball in the second half; the Indians (+81) are second. Also, the Cubs are up to 669 runs scored, which passed up the Dodgers for third-best in the National League. That’s 5.07 runs per game, or a pace for 821 on the season, which would be 13 more runs than last year’s team. Only three Cubs teams since 1937 have scored 800 or more runs in a season: 1970, 2008 and 2016.

Final note of interest: The Cubs got good relief work out of Hector Rondon, Justin Wilson and Felix Pena in a low-leverage situation (three total innings, two hits, three strikeouts), perhaps a good sign for the future.

Whew! Quite the evening at the ol’ ballyard. The sweep also put the Cubs at a season-high 12 games over .500, and maintained a 3½-game lead over the Brewers, who won Wednesday afternoon over the Cardinals with this play:

Credit where credit is due, Keon Broxton’s fantastic catch stole what would have been a two-run homer by Randal Grichuk that would have given the Cardinals the lead. St. Louis thus drops to six games behind the Cubs, which is fine by me. The Cubs’ win over the Pirates puts Pittsburgh 10 games out of first place and unless something unusual happens, that likely ends the Pirates’ dreams of contention this year.

Also, the Dodgers lost Wednesday night. It’s L.A.’s first four-game losing streak of the season (first since May 2016, in fact), and here are the two best records in baseball since this year’s All-Star break:

Dodgers 30-11
Cubs 29-15

That’s only 2½ games difference. Perhaps the Cubs are peaking just at the perfect time. The Cubs have scored 78 more runs than the Dodgers since the break, and allowed just 18 more, so both pitching and offense are starting to click for the Cubs.

Good times. The Atlanta Braves come to Wrigley Thursday evening to begin a four-game series. Kyle Hendricks will go for the Cubs and Sean Newcomb for the Braves.

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The MLB All-Star Game is tonight at 8:00 on Fox. If you’d like to chat about it, why not do so right here? Remember, the All-Star Game no longer determines home-field advantage in the World Series.

Josh Harrison is the only Pirates representative; he’ll be on the National League’s bench. Have some fun with this: Without looking, when was the last time the Pirates had just one all-star, and who was it?

Perhaps tonight will rekindle warm memories of trying not to fall asleep before Jason Kendall or Brian Giles got a pinch-hit appearance, or waiting to see Mike Williams get up in the bullpen.

If it’s minor league baseball you seek, the West Virginia Black Bears play at Hudson Valley at 7:05 p.m. in a game that appears to be available on MiLB.tv. Sergio Cubilete gets the start for the Black Bears.

Here are the all-star lineups:

American League

  1. Jose Altuve, 2B
  2. Jose Ramirez, 3B
  3. Aaron Judge, RF
  4. George Springer, LF
  5. Carlos Correa, SS
  6. Justin Smoak, 1B
  7. Corey Dickerson, DH
  8. Salvador Perez, C
  9. Mookie Betts, CF

Chris Sale, P

— — —

National League

  1. Charlie Blackmon, CF
  2. Giancarlo Stanton, DH
  3. Bryce Harper, RF
  4. Buster Posey, C
  5. Daniel Murphy, 2B
  6. Nolan Arenado, 3B
  7. Ryan Zimmerman, 1B
  8. Marcell Ozuna, LF
  9. Zack Cozart, SS

Max Scherzer, P

Sours: https://www.bucsdugout.com/2017/7/11/15956628/mlb-all-star-game-2017-open-thread-josh-harrison-represents-the-pirates
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Pittsburgh Pirates vs Baltimore Orioles 6.7.17

2017 Pittsburgh Pirates season

2017 Game Log: 75–87 (Home: 44–37; Away: 31–50)

April: 11–13 (Home: 6–6; Away: 5–7)

1April 3@ Red Sox3–5Porcello (1–0)Cole (0–1)Kimbrel (1)36,5940–1L1
2April 5@ Red Sox0–3 (12)Kelly (1–0)Bastardo (0–1)36,1370–2L2
April 6@ Red SoxPPD, RAIN; rescheduled for April 13
3April 7Braves5–4Nova (1–0)Foltynewicz (0–1)Watson (1)36,4841–2W1
4April 8Braves6–4Kuhl (1–0)Dickey (0–1)Watson (2)33,0042–2W2
5April 9Braves5–4 (10)Rivero (1–0)Ramírez (0–1)22,7133–2W3
6April 10Reds1–7Lorenzen (1–0)Glasnow (0–1)28,2643–3L1
7April 11Reds2–6Storen (1–0)Nicasio (0–1)Iglesias (3)11,0273–4L2
8April 12Reds2–9Garrett (2–0)Nova (1–1)12,3273–5L3
9April 13@ Red Sox3–4Barnes (2–0)Nicasio (0–2)Kimbrel (3)32,4003–6L4
10April 14@ Cubs4–2Cole (1–1)Hendricks (1–1)Watson (3)40,4304–6W1
11April 15@ Cubs8–7Williams (1–0)Duensing (0–1)Watson (4)41,8145–6W2
12April 16@ Cubs6–1Taillon (1–0)Uehara (0–1)39,4226–6W3
13April 17@ Cardinals1–2Lynn (1–1)Nova (1–2)Oh (1)40,1726–7L1
14April 18@ Cardinals1–2Leake (2–1)Kuhl (1–1)Oh (2)38,8066–8L2
15April 19@ Cardinals1–2Wacha (2–1)Cole (1–2)Rosenthal (1)40,1826–9L3
16April 21Yankees6–3Nicasio (1–2)Sabathia (2–1)Watson (5)30,5657–9W1
17April 22Yankees5–11Betances (2–1)Rivero (1–1)36,1407–10L1
18April 23Yankees2–1Nova (2–2)Montgomery (1–1)Watson (6)27,8408–10W1
19April 24Cubs3–14Anderson (2–0)Kuhl (1–2)13,4458–11L1
20April 25Cubs0–1Hendricks (2–1)Cole (1–3)Davis (5)15,3268–12L2
21April 26Cubs6–5LeBlanc (1–0)Lester (0–1)Watson (7)16,9049–12W1
22April 28@ Marlins12–2Taillon (2–0)Conley (1–2)19,69010–12W2
23April 29@ Marlins4–0Nova (3–2)Straily (1–2)33,15211–12W3
24April 30@ Marlins3–10McGowan (1–0)Williams (1–1)26,24511–13L1

May: 13–17 (Home: 8–7; Away: 5–10)

25May 1@ Reds3–4 (10)Lorenzen (2–0)Hudson (0–1)14,75311–14L2
26May 2@ Reds12–3Glasnow (1–1)Feldman (1–3)LeBlanc (1)13,90912–14W1
27May 3@ Reds2–7Davis (1–1)Taillon (2–1)14,29712–15L1
28May 4@ Reds2–4Adleman (1–1)Nova (3–3)Iglesias (5)17,89612–16L2
29May 5Brewers4–0LeBlanc (2–0)Scahill (0–1)21,12913–16W1
30May 6Brewers2–1 (10)Watson (1–0)Torres (1–3)22,90214–16W2
31May 7Brewers2–6Davies (3–2)Glasnow (1–2)25,10814–17L1
32May 8@ Dodgers1–12Wood (3–0)Williams (1–2)37,31414–18L2
33May 9@ Dodgers3–4 (10)Jansen (2–0)Hudson (0–2)47,72014–19L3
34May 10@ Dodgers2–5Maeda (3–2)Kuhl (1–3)40,71914–20L4
35May 11@ Diamondbacks1–2Greinke (4–2)Cole (1–4)Rodney (9)17,52714–21L5
36May 12@ Diamondbacks4–11Corbin (3–4)Glasnow (1–3)21,91114–22L6
37May 13@ Diamondbacks4–3Williams (2–2)Walker (3–3)Watson (8)31,67315–22W1
38May 14@ Diamondbacks6–4 (10)Watson (2–0)Wilhelmsen (0–1)34,08816–22W2
39May 16Nationals4–8Strasburg (4–1)Kuhl (1–4)16,99216–23L1
40May 17Nationals6–1Cole (2–4)Turner (2–2)18,80317–23W1
41May 18Nationals10–4Glasnow (2–3)Roark (3–2)27,72818–23W2
42May 19Phillies2–7Hellickson (5–1)Williams (2–3)25,79518–24L1
43May 20Phillies6–3Nova (4–3)Velasquez (2–4)Watson (9)32,57219–24W1
44May 21Phillies1–0LeBlanc (3–0)Nola (2–1)Watson (10)24,44520–24W2
45May 22@ Braves2–5Foltynewicz (3–4)Cole (2–5)Johnson (9)21,89620–25L1
46May 23@ Braves5–6Jackson (1–0)Watson (2–1)25,04020–26L2
47May 24@ Braves12–5 (10)Rivero (2–1)Collmenter (0–2)25,98121–26W1
48May 25@ Braves9–4Nova (5–3)Colón (2–5)33,71322–26W2
49May 26Mets1–8deGrom (4–1)Kuhl (1–5)29,40822–27L1
50May 27Mets5–4 (10)Watson (3–1)Pill (0–1)31,65823–27W1
51May 28Mets2–7Harvey (4–3)Glasnow (2–4)21,82823–28L1
52May 29Diamondbacks4–3Watson (4–1)Bradley (1–1)16,93924–28W1
53May 30Diamondbacks0–3Ray (5–3)Nova (5–4)14,99624–29L1
54May 31Diamondbacks5–6 (14)McFarland (3–0)Mariñez (0–3)20,99024–30L2

June: 13–13 (Home: 7–7; Away: 6–6)

55June 2@ Mets12–7Cole (3–5)Sewald (0–1)33,04725–30W1
56June 3@ Mets2–4Gsellman (4–3)Glasnow (2–5)Reed (8)34,03525–31L1
57June 4@ Mets11–1Williams (3–3)Pill (0–2)35,32326–31W1
58June 6@ Orioles5–6 (10)Brach (1–1)LeBlanc (3–1)26,72426–32L1
59June 7@ Orioles6–9 (11)Givens (6–0)LeBlanc (3–2)19,95726–33L2
60June 8Marlins1–7Vólquez (3–7)Cole (3–6)21,74426–34L3
61June 9Marlins5–12McGowan (4–0)Glasnow (2–6)23,95026–35L4
62June 10Marlins7–6Hudson (1–2)Phelps (2–3)Rivero (1)27,27527–35W1
63June 11Marlins3–1Nova (6–4)Locke (0–2)Rivero (2)22,92528–35W2
64June 12Rockies7–2Taillon (3–1)Freeland (7–4)16,32029–35W3
65June 13Rockies5–2Cole (4–6)Ottavino (0–1)16,76430–35W4
66June 14Rockies1–5Márquez (5–3)Kuhl (1–6)17,30830–36L1
67June 16Cubs5–9Uehara (2–3)Nicasio (1–3)25,42030–37L2
68June 17Cubs4–3Nova (7–4)Arrieta (6–5)Rivero (3)34,38331–37W1
69June 18Cubs1–7Lackey (5–7)Taillon (3–2)34,53931–38L1
70June 19@ Brewers8–1Cole (5–6)Garza (3–3)25,48932–38W1
71June 20@ Brewers7–3Kuhl (2–6)Davies (7–4)23,98233–38W2
72June 21@ Brewers3–4Drake (3–2)Hudson (1–3)Knebel (11)25,13433–39L1
73June 22@ Brewers2–4Anderson (6–2)Nova (7–5)Knebel (12)28,42833–40L2
74June 23@ Cardinals4–3Rivero (3–1)Oh (1–4)47,11234–40W1
75June 24@ Cardinals7–3Cole (6–6)Lynn (5–5)46,73535–40W2
76June 25@ Cardinals4–8Rosenthal (2–3)Nicasio (1–4)43,71935–41L1
77June 27Rays2–4 (10)Colomé (2–3)Rivero (3–2)Hunter (1)20,42435–42L2
78June 28Rays6–2Nova (8–5)Snell (0–5)21,58236–42W1
79June 29Rays4–0Taillon (4–2)Archer (6–5)22,59537–42W2
80June 30Giants5–13Cueto (6–7)Cole (6–7)26,40737–43L1

July: 14–11 (Home: 6–3; Away: 8–8)

81July 1Giants1–2 (11)Osich (2–1)Hudson (1–4)Dyson (1)27,24737–44L2
82July 2Giants3–5Samardzija (4–9)Watson (4–2)Dyson (2)32,14437–45L3
83July 3@ Phillies0–4Nola (6–5)Nova (8–6)26,49837–46L4
84July 4@ Phillies3–0Taillon (5–1)Leiter (1–1)Rivero (4)24,08738–46W1
85July 5@ Phillies5–2Cole (7–7)Lively (1–4)Rivero (5)19,09939–46W2
86July 6@ Phillies6–3Kuhl (3–6)Benoit (1–3)Nicasio (1)33,05940–46W3
87July 7@ Cubs1–6Edwards Jr. (3–1)Williams (3–4)41,29440–47L1
88July 8@ Cubs4–2Nova (9–6)Arrieta (8–7)Rivero (6)41,86541–47W1
89July 9@ Cubs14–3Schugel (1–0)Lester (5–6)41,60442–47W2
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90July 14Cardinals5–2Rivero (4–2)Oh (1–5)24,98843–47W3
91July 15Cardinals0–4Lynn (8–6)Taillon (5–3)35,65843–48L1
92July 16Cardinals4–3LeBlanc (4–2)Cecil (1–3)29,24744–48W1
93July 17Brewers4–2Hudson (2–4)Hader (1–1)Rivero (7)18,50645–48W2
94July 18Brewers4–3Nova (10–6)Drake (3–3)Rivero (8)20,46246–48W3
95July 19Brewers3–2 (10)Watson (5–2)Hughes (3–2)24,40147–48W4
96July 20Brewers4–2Taillon (6–3)Nelson (8–5)Rivero (9)33,49348–48W5
97July 21@ Rockies13–5Williams (4–4)Hoffman (6–2)41,19249–48W6
98July 22@ Rockies3–7Márquez (8–4)Kuhl (3–7)Holland (31)48,23549–49L1
99July 23@ Rockies3–13Freeland (10–7)Nova (10–7)40,11849–50L2
100July 24@ Giants10–3Cole (8–7)Cain (3–9)40,03050–50W1
101July 25@ Giants3–11Bumgarner (1–4)Taillon (6–4)Stratton (1)41,23250–51L1
102July 26@ Giants1–2Samardzija (5–11)Watson (5–3)Dyson (6)41,03850–52L2
103July 28@ Padres2–3Wood (2–3)Hudson (2–5)Hand (6)24,21550–53L3
104July 29@ Padres2–4Lamet (5–4)Nova (10–8)Yates (1)37,28650–54L4
105July 30@ Padres7–1Cole (9–7)Richard (5–12)30,26751–54W1

August: 12–17 (Home: 8–8; Away: 4–9)

106August 1Reds1–9Bailey (3–5)Taillon (6–5)22,40351–55L1
107August 2Reds2–5Lorenzen (6–2)Benoit (1–5)Iglesias (18)22,36751–56L2
108August 3Reds6–0Kuhl (4–7)Romano (2–3)25,95552–56W1
109August 4Padres10–6Schugel (2–0)Yates (2–2)32,24353–56W2
110August 5Padres2–5Lamet (6–4)Cole (9–8)Hand (8)31,81753–57L1
111August 6Padres5–4 (12)Neverauskas (1–0)Baumann (0–1)34,17554–57W1
112August 7Tigers3–0Williams (5–4)Zimmermann (7–9)Nicasio (2)21,65155–57W2
113August 8Tigers6–3Kuhl (5–7)Boyd (5–6)Rivero (10)25,11256–57W3
114August 9@ Tigers0–10Verlander (8–7)Nova (10–9)28,90256–58L1
115August 10@ Tigers7–5Cole (10–8)VerHagen (0–2)Rivero (11)33,49057–58W1
116August 11@ Blue Jays4–2Taillon (7–5)Stroman (10–6)Rivero (12)35,96558–58W2
117August 12@ Blue Jays2–7Rowley (1–0)Williams (5–5)46,17958–59L1
118August 13@ Blue Jays1–7Happ (6–8)Kuhl (5–8)43,61858–60L2
119August 15@ Brewers1–3Davies (14–6)Nova (10–10)Knebel (23)32,60558–61L3
120August 16@ Brewers6–7Swarzak (5–3)Nicasio (1–5)Knebel (24)32,43958–62L4
121August 17Cardinals7–11Tuivailala (3–1)Benoit (1–6)31,49958–63L5
122August 18Cardinals10–11Martinez (10–9)Williams (5–6)Oh (19)29,90658–64L6
123August 19Cardinals6–4Kuhl (6–8)Wacha (9–6)Rivero (13)34,66059–64W1
124**August 20Cardinals6–3Nova (11–10)Leake (7–12)Rivero (14)2,59660–64W2
125August 21Dodgers5–6 (12)Avilan (2–1)Neverauskas (1–1)Stripling (2)19,09460–65L1
126August 22Dodgers5–8Watson (7–4)Barbato (0–1)Jansen (34)17,28860–66L2
127August 23Dodgers1–0 (10)Nicasio (2–5)Hill (9–5)19,85961–66W1
128August 24Dodgers2–5Ryu (5–6)Kuhl (6–9)Morrow (1)22,11561–67L1
129August 25@ Reds5–9Stephenson (2–4)Nova (11–11)20,56161–68L2
130August 26@ Reds1–0Cole (11–8)Castillo (2–7)Rivero (15)35,25962–68W1
131August 27@ Reds5–2Schugel (3–0)Mahle (0–1)Rivero (16)26,15563–68W2
132August 28@ Cubs1–6Montgomery (5–6)Williams (5–7)38,45363–69L1
133August 29@ Cubs1–4Arrieta (14–8)Kuhl (6–10)Davis (27)37,37063–70L2
134August 30@ Cubs3–17Quintana (9–11)Nova (11–12)36,62863–71L3

September/October: 12–16 (Home: 9–6; Away: 3–10)

135September 1Reds3–7Wojciechowski (4–3)Cole (11–9)23,56963–72L4
136September 2Reds5–0Schugel (4–0)Lorenzen (8–3)23,52964–72W1
137September 3Reds3–1Williams (6–7)Romano (4–6)Rivero (17)24,47465–72W2
138September 4Cubs12–0Kuhl (7–10)Arrieta (14–7)21,06866–72W3
139September 5Cubs4–3LeBlanc (5–2)Edwards Jr. (3–4)Rivero (18)14,07967–72W4
140September 6Cubs0–1Strop (4–4)Hudson (2–6)Davis (29)17,06767–73L1
141September 7Cubs2–8Lester (10–7)Taillon (7–6)19,20167–74L2
142September 8@ Cardinals1–4Weaver (5–1)Williams (6–8)Nicasio (3)40,96667–75L3
143September 9@ Cardinals3–4Lyons (4–0)Kontos (2–6)Nicasio (4)44,37867–76L4
144September 10@ Cardinals0–7Wacha (12–7)Nova (11–13)44,68367–77L5
145September 11@ Brewers7–0Brault (1–0)Woodruff (1–2)27,42268–77W1
146September 12@ Brewers2–5Jeffress (4–2)Cole (11–10)Knebel (35)30,33168–78L1
147September 13@ Brewers2–8Anderson (10–3)Glasnow (2–7)27,43668–79L2
148September 15@ Reds2–4Bailey (5–8)Kuhl (7–11)Iglesias (27)17,62568–80L3
149September 16@ Reds1–2Romano (5–6)Nova (11–14)Reed (1)25,68568–81L4
150September 17@ Reds2–5Stephenson (5–5)Cole (11–11)Lorenzen (2)22,22868–82L5
151September 18Brewers0–3Suter (3–2)Taillon (7–7)Knebel (36)16,28368–83L6
152September 19Brewers0–1Anderson (11–3)Williams (6–9)Knebel (37)13,92968–84L7
153September 20Brewers6–4Rivero (5–2)Knebel (1–3)15,74769–84W1
154September 22Cardinals3–4Nicasio (5–5)Rivero (5–3)23,94269–85L1
155September 23Cardinals11–6Cole (12–11)Lynn (11–8)29,67270–85W1
156September 24Cardinals4–1Taillon (8–7)Oh (1–6)Rivero (19)28,55071–85W2
157September 26Orioles10–1Williams (7–9)Gausman (11–11)Brault (1)19,31872–85W3
158September 27Orioles5–3Kuhl (8–11)Ynoa (2–3)Rivero (20)24,77973–85W4
159September 28@ Nationals4–5Doolittle (2–0)Hudson (2–7)26,38073–86L1
160September 29@ Nationals1–6Strasburg (15–4)Cole (12–12)36,33973–87L2
161September 30@ Nationals4–1Kontos (3–6)Kintzler (4–3)Rivero (21)32,24074–87W1
162October 1@ Nationals11–8Sánchez (1–0)González (15–9)Kontos (1)35,65275–87W2
Legend:        = Win        = Loss        = Postponement
Bold = Pirates team member
Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2017_Pittsburgh_Pirates_season

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