Plenty of blame to go around in Pirates’ ugly loss to D-backs
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For the second game in a row, the Pirates battled back from an early deficit to take the lead or tie the game. But, for the second game in a row, the Pirates failed to walk away with a victory. The Pirates lost Sunday’s rubber match against the Diamondbacks by a lopsided 8-3 final score. But, the Pirates’ performance in the field was perhaps more ugly than the numbers in the run column.
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