2021 Schedule

2021 Schedule
38-60, 5th in NL Cent
11h

Polanco, Newman lead Pirates to 10-2 romp over Giants

— Gregory Polanco homered, drove in three runs and scored twice, and Kevin Newman matched his career high with four hits for the Pittsburgh Pirates, who beat the NL West-leading San Francisco Giants 10-2 Saturday night.

Gregory Polanco's 426-foot long ball helps Pirates top Giants (0:31)
13h
1d

Reynolds HR, Pirates stop 4-game skid, beat Giants 6-4

— Bryan Reynolds homered, Adam Frazier drew a bases-loaded walk to force in the go-ahead run in the seventh inning when Pittsburgh scored three times without a hit, and the Pirates beat the San Francisco Giants 6-4 on Friday night.

Bryan Reynolds smashes a 2-run HR in Pirates' win (0:18)
2d
Jim Rassol-USA TODAY Sports
6dAssociated Press

Mets' Rojas slapped with 2-game suspension, fine

New York Mets manager Luis Rojas was handed a two-game suspension and an undisclosed fine by Major League Baseball on Monday for excessive arguing with umpires during Sunday's 7-6 win over Pittsburgh.

AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar
7d

Pirates swipe 3 runs off Mets' bizarre mistake

The Pirates swiped three runs Sunday when Mets pitcher Taijuan Walker mistakenly batted a fair ball into foul territory, prompting a wild argument in which New York manager Luis Rojas was ejected.

Associated Press
8d

Stallings' slam completes Pirates' 'cool' comeback

In what's been a forgettable season in Pittsburgh, Jacob Stallings capped an unforgettable night for the last-place Pirates, completing a six-run rally over the New York Mets with a walk-off grand slam on Saturday night at PNC Park.

Stroman: My emotions weren't aimed toward Nogowski (0:35)
9d
Charles LeClaire/USA Today Sports
12d

Ex-Pirates 1B to 'start over' in KBO after gaffe

Ex-Pirates rookie first baseman Will Craig, who was demoted to the minors after his fielding mistake against the Cubs on May 27 went viral, is ready to "start over" with the Kiwoom Heroes of the Korea Baseball Organization.

Kevin Abele/Icon Sportswire
13d

D-backs make draft history with Steinmetz pick

Jacob Steinmetz is believed to be the first known practicing Orthodox Jewish player to be selected by a major league team, going in the third round -- 77th overall -- to the Arizona Diamondbacks on Monday.

Mike McGinnis/Getty Images
13dTom VanHaaren

Pirates select two coveted college football recruits

Perhaps looking to rebuild the franchise with toughness and two-sport athletes, the Pittsburgh Pirates selected two coveted college football recruits in this week's MLB draft, Lonnie White Jr. and Chandler Bubba.

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Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs36630th
Batting Average.24016th
On Base Percentage.31119th
Slugging Percentage.37129th
Earned Run Average4.8927th
Quality Starts1929th
WHIP1.3825th
BAA.25023rd