ATLANTA, GA - JUNE 05: Wandy Rodriguez #51 of the Pittsburgh Pirates wipes sweat from his face after giving up two back-to-back singles in the first inning to the Atlanta Braves at Turner Field on June 5, 2013 in Atlanta, Georgia.
You see Cueto pitching a pretty good game and you're trying to keep the game in line, especially after the first home run ... I tried to do my best but it happens.
A 2-0 count, he knew the fastball was coming ... I needed to throw it in a good location. I didn't, and you saw what happened.More quotes »
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Pirates | Wandy Rodriguez throws
Pittsburgh Pirates SP Wandy Rodriguez (forearm) threw off the mound Monday, June 17. "He went out and threw a little bit off the mound; I think it was just fastball-changeup," manager Clint Hurdle said. "I spoke with him. He felt good. He seemed to be very from KFFL Read more »
Wandy gets throwing in with pitching coach
Wandy leaves the game with injury in first CINCINNATI -- Wandy Rodriguez and A.J. Burnett -- two of the five starters on the disabled list for the Pirates -- made the trip to Cincinnati with the team this week. Before Monday's game, Rodriguez, who left a June from MLB.com Read more »
Ron Cook: Injuries create mix of pressure and opportunity for Pirates
now that they are without four-fifths of their season-opening rotation, including their top two guys, A.J. Burnett and Wandy Rodriguez. Not that Hurdle wanted to hear that Saturday after the Pirates lost, 5-3, in 11 innings to the Los Angeles Dodgers at PNC from Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Read more »
Once again, Locke is key Pirates 3-0 shut out Dodgers
First, a shoulder injury to James McDonald. Ineffectiveness caused Jonathan Sanchez's departure. Forearm pain forced Wandy Rodriguez to the disabled list, and A.J. Burnett's calf injury was the latest blow. Locke, the final remnant of the Pirates' opening-day from Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Read more »
means that for now, the Pirates need to find a way to tread water until Wandy Rodriguez and AJ Burnett make their way back to the rotation. I think it's doable; certainly this makeshift rotation is a lot more talented than the makeshift rotations of the past. from Where Have You Gone Andy Van Slyke Read more »