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Pirates get road trip off to rocky start in Colorado

DENVER -- The Pirates did not stick to the script Friday night. A week after mounting three consecutive comeback wins against the Colorado Rockies at PNC Park, they were roughed up, 8-1, at Coors Field to open a 10-game West Coast swing. The Rockies led, 1-0, early, but broke open the game with a prolific, seven-run seventh inning. Charlie Morton gave up a run on back-to-back doubles to open the inning, but the Rockies feasted on reliever Ernesto Frieri to run away with it. Frieri gave up four earned runs on three hits, including a bases-clearing double by Josh Rutledge and a two-run home run by Carlos Gonzalez. The Pirates were in position to gain a bit of ground in the National ...

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