2019 ScheduleAll times ET

2019 Schedule
65-91, 5th in NL Cent
Thames crushes a pair of homers (0:47)
Brewers never look back after Hiura's homer (0:23)
Grisham's pinch-hit triple unloads the bases (0:44)
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5dJeff Passan

Vazquez told police of attempted sex with minor

According to a criminal complaint released by Pennsylvania State Police, Pirates closer Felipe Vazquez admitted that he tried to have sex with a 13-year-old girl.

5d

Mariners blank Pittsburgh after Pirates' Vázquez arrested

Marco Gonzales allowed six hits in seven innings, Austin Nola and Omar Narvaez hit back-to-back home runs and the Seattle Mariners beat Pittsburgh 6-0 on Tuesday night after Pirates All-Star closer Felipe Vazquez was arrested on multiple felony...

Archer: Allegations against Vazquez are very serious (1:10)
7d

BBTN: Trout's MVP Chances, Rizzo Injury, Buehler

Before speaking with Dodgers P Walker Buehler about LA's culture, Justin Verlander comparisons and a valuable lesson from his grandfather (33:39), Buster and Tim Kurkjian discuss Mike Trout's season-ending injury and how it affects his MVP chances, if Anthony Rizzo's injury kills Chicago's playoff hopes, Charlie Culberson's injury impact on the Braves and more (15:44). Plus, a minor league edition of "Cap Talk" with Todd Radom (41:22).

8d

Cubs set team HR record, clobber Pirates 14-1

Kris Bryant and rookie Nico Hoerner each homered among three hits, and the Chicago Cubs went deep four times to set a club record with 237 home runs as they pounded the Pittsburgh Pirates 14-1 on Saturday.

12d

BBTN: Yelich Injury, Syndergaard, Power 10

Buster talks to USA Today's Bob Nightengale about Christian Yelich's season-ending injury and its impact on the NL wild card race and his second consecutive NL MVP (10:55). Then, "Hembo Knows" (27:03) and Joel Sherman of The New York Post discusses his report on the alleged rift between Noah Syndergaard and Wilson Ramos (32:13). Plus, this week's "Power 10" (45:04).

12d

Cueto dazzles in season debut, Giants beat Pirates 5-4

Cap on backward and with confident head shakes and fist pumps, Johnny Cueto dazzled over five shutout innings in his long-awaited season debut to pitch the San Francisco Giants past the Pittsburgh Pirates 5-4 on Tuesday night.

Team Stats

  • Pitching
  • Batting
Earned Run Average5.2727th
Quality Starts53Tied-17th
WHIP1.4626th
BAA.26926th
Runs72421st
Batting Average.2656th
On Base Percentage.32317th
Slugging Percentage.42421st