• Pirates fall to Reds, 6-5

    Summary of 4 articles · Updated Jun 18, 2014
    Todd Frazier’s go-ahead homer against Jason Grilli in the ninth sent the Pirates to a 6-5 loss against the Reds at PNC Park Tuesday night. Todd Frazier’s go-ahead homer against Jason Grilli in the ninth inning sent the Pirates to a 6-5 loss against the Reds at PNC Park Tuesday night. Trailing 5-2 after the Reds had scored two runs off Justin Wilson in the top of the seventh, the Pirates set about cracking Sam LeCure. Josh Harrison matched a career high with four hits for the Pirates. He drove in two runs. “You can’t fall behind the first guy you face, especially in a tie ballgame,” Grilli said. Andrew McCutchen extended his hitting streak to 12 games but came up short of becoming the first Pittsburgh player to have multiple hits in nine straight games since Rennie Stennett in 1971.
    • Frazier's go-ahead homer spurs Reds over Bucs

      Billy Hamilton dazzled on the basepaths but Todd Frazier had the biggest swing of the night with a go-ahead home run in the ninth as the Reds downed the Pirates, 6-5, on Tuesday at PNC Park.
      Source: MLB.com

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