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2017 Pittsburgh Pirates season

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2017 Pittsburgh Pirates
Pittsburgh Pirates logo 2014.svg
Major League affiliations
Location
Results
Record75–87 (.463)
Divisional place4th
Other information
Owner(s)Robert Nutting
General manager(s)Neal Huntington
Manager(s)Clint Hurdle
Local televisionRoot Sports Pittsburgh (April–July)
AT&T SportsNet Pittsburgh (July–October)
Local radioKDKA-FM
Pittsburgh Pirates Radio Network
(Steve Blass, Joe Block, Greg Brown, Bob Walk, John Wehner)
StatsESPN.com
BB-reference
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The 2017 Pittsburgh Pirates season was the franchise's 136th season overall, 131st season as a member of the National League, and the 17th season at PNC Park. They failed to improve on their record from the previous season and finished fourth in their division and missed the playoffs for the second straight year.

Offseason and spring training

Infielder Jung-ho Kang was found guilty by a South Korean court for his third offense of Driving under the influence, and as a result, the initial request for a work visa to enter the United States for the 2017 season was denied.[2] He would miss the whole season with the Pirates.[3]

The Pirates recorded a 19–12 win–loss record in preseason spring training, the third best record in the Grapefruit League. In addition, two of their games finished tied and were therefore not included in the standings.[4]

Regular season

April

  • April 3 – The Pirates lost on Opening Day to the Boston Red Sox 5–3.
  • April 7 – In their home opener against the Atlanta Braves, the Pirates defeated the Braves 5–4. The Pirates would go on to win all three games of the series to sweep the Braves.
  • April 9Starling Marte hit a walk-off home run in the tenth inning to propel the Pirates to a 5–4 win and series sweep over the Braves.[5]
  • April 12 – The Pirates were swept by the Cincinnati Reds following a 9–2 loss.[6]
  • April 16 – Following a four-game losing streak, the Pirates rally to beat the Chicago Cubs 6–1 to sweep the three-game series at Wrigley Field.[7]
  • April 18 – Starling Marte was suspended 80 games after testing positive for nandrolone, a performance-enhancing substance; he will not be eligible to return until after the team's 93rd game on July 17 and is ineligible for postseason play if the team qualifies.[8]
  • April 19 – The Pirates were swept following three straight 2–1 losses to the St. Louis Cardinals.[9] The Pirates have been swept in three of the five series to date and have swept their opponent in the other two series to date.
  • April 22 – The Pirates lost to the New York Yankees 11–5 after beating them in the first game of the series.[10] The series marks the first series of the year where the Pirates did not sweep their opponent nor did they get swept.
  • April 24 - the Pirates fielded the first baseball player to be born and raised in Lithuania, to reach the major leagues, Dovydas Neverauskas. In 1933, Joe Zapustas was the first Lithuanian-born player to play in MLB, as a member of the Philadelphia Athletics, however he grew up in Boston.[11]
  • April 26 - The Pirates promoted South African Gift Ngoepe from the AAA Indianapolis Indians; making him the first African-born player in MLB history.[12]
  • The Pirates finished the month with a win/loss record of 11–13, fourth in the NL Central at 2.0 games out of first.

May

June

July

August

September

  • September 4 - Josh Bell broke the National League record for most home runs by a rookie switch hitter, hitting his 24th of the season off of Jake Arrieta, in a 12-0 Pirates' rout of the Chicago Cubs [18]
  • September 5 - Longtime Pirates TV broadcaster Kent Tekulve announced his retirement, after the Pirates' 4–3 win over the visiting Chicago Cubs.[19]

Season standings

National League Central

NL Central W L Pct. GB Home Road
Chicago Cubs 92 70 0.568 48–33 44–37
Milwaukee Brewers 86 76 0.531 6 46–38 40–38
St. Louis Cardinals 83 79 0.512 9 44–37 39–42
Pittsburgh Pirates 75 87 0.463 17 44–37 31–50
Cincinnati Reds 68 94 0.420 24 39–42 29–52


National League playoff standings

Division Leaders W L Pct.
Los Angeles Dodgers 104 58 0.642
Washington Nationals 97 65 0.599
Chicago Cubs 92 70 0.568


Wild Card teams
(Top two qualify for postseason)
W L Pct. GB
Arizona Diamondbacks 93 69 0.574 +6
Colorado Rockies 87 75 0.537
Milwaukee Brewers 86 76 0.531 1
St. Louis Cardinals 83 79 0.512 4
Miami Marlins 77 85 0.475 10
Pittsburgh Pirates 75 87 0.463 12
Atlanta Braves 72 90 0.444 15
San Diego Padres 71 91 0.438 16
New York Mets 70 92 0.432 17
Cincinnati Reds 68 94 0.420 19
Philadelphia Phillies 66 96 0.407 21
San Francisco Giants 64 98 0.395 23


Record vs. opponents


Source: NL Standings Head-to-Head
Team ARI ATL CHC CIN COL LAD MIA MIL NYM PHI PIT SD SF STL WSH AL
Arizona 2–4 3–3 3–3 11–8 11–8 3–4 4–3 6–1 6–1 4–3 11–8 12–7 3–4 2–4 12–8
Atlanta 4–2 1–6 3–3 3–4 3–4 11–8 4–2 7–12 6–13 2–5 5–2 4–3 1–5 9–10 9–11
Chicago 3–3 6–1 12–7 2–5 2–4 4–3 10–9 4–2 4–3 10–9 2–4 4–3 14–5 3–4 12–8
Cincinnati 3–3 3–3 7–12 3–4 0–6 2–5 8–11 3–4 4–2 13–6 3–4 4–3 9–10 1–6 5–15
Colorado 8–11 4–3 5–2 4–3 10–9 2–4 4–3 3–3 5–2 3–3 12–7 12–7 2–4 3–4 10–10
Los Angeles 8–11 4–3 4–2 6–0 9–10 6–1 3–3 7–0 4–3 6–1 13–6 11–8 4–3 3–3 16–4
Miami 4–3 8–11 3–4 5–2 4–2 1–6 2–4 12–7 8–11 3–4 5–1 5–1 2–5 6–13 9–11
Milwaukee 3–4 2–4 9–10 11–8 3–4 3–3 4–2 5–2 3–3 9–10 5–2 3–4 11–8 4–3 11–9
New York 1–6 12–7 2–4 4–3 3–3 0–7 7–12 2–5 12–7 3–3 3–4 5–1 3–4 6–13 7–13
Philadelphia 1–6 13–6 3–4 2–4 2–5 3–4 11–8 3–3 7–12 2–5 1–5 4–3 1–5 8–11 5–15
Pittsburgh 3–4 5–2 9–10 6–13 3–3 1–6 4–3 10–9 3–3 5–2 3–3 1–5 8–11 4–3 10–10
San Diego 8–11 2–5 4–2 4–3 7–12 6–13 1–5 2–5 4–3 5–1 3–3 12–7 3–4 2–5 8–12
San Francisco 7–12 3–4 3–4 3–4 7–12 8–11 1–5 4–3 1–5 3–4 5–1 7–12 3–4 1–5 8–12
St. Louis 4–3 5–1 5–14 10–9 4–2 3–4 5–2 8–11 4–3 5–1 11–8 4–3 4–3 3–3 8–12
Washington 4–2 10–9 4–3 6–1 4–3 3–3 13–6 3–4 13–6 11–8 3–4 5–2 5–1 3–3 10–10


Detailed records

Game log

2017 Game Log: 75–87 (Home: 44–37; Away: 31–50)
April: 11–13 (Home: 6–6; Away: 5–7)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak
1 April 3 @ Red Sox 3–5 Porcello (1–0) Cole (0–1) Kimbrel (1) 36,594 0–1 L1
2 April 5 @ Red Sox 0–3 (12) Kelly (1–0) Bastardo (0–1) 36,137 0–2 L2
April 6 @ Red Sox PPD, RAIN; rescheduled for April 13
3 April 7 Braves 5–4 Nova (1–0) Foltynewicz (0–1) Watson (1) 36,484 1–2 W1
4 April 8 Braves 6–4 Kuhl (1–0) Dickey (0–1) Watson (2) 33,004 2–2 W2
5 April 9 Braves 5–4 (10) Rivero (1–0) Ramírez (0–1) 22,713 3–2 W3
6 April 10 Reds 1–7 Lorenzen (1–0) Glasnow (0–1) 28,264 3–3 L1
7 April 11 Reds 2–6 Storen (1–0) Nicasio (0–1) Iglesias (3) 11,027 3–4 L2
8 April 12 Reds 2–9 Garrett (2–0) Nova (1–1) 12,327 3–5 L3
9 April 13 @ Red Sox 3–4 Barnes (2–0) Nicasio (0–2) Kimbrel (3) 32,400 3–6 L4
10 April 14 @ Cubs 4–2 Cole (1–1) Hendricks (1–1) Watson (3) 40,430 4–6 W1
11 April 15 @ Cubs 8–7 Williams (1–0) Duensing (0–1) Watson (4) 41,814 5–6 W2
12 April 16 @ Cubs 6–1 Taillon (1–0) Uehara (0–1) 39,422 6–6 W3
13 April 17 @ Cardinals 1–2 Lynn (1–1) Nova (1–2) Oh (1) 40,172 6–7 L1
14 April 18 @ Cardinals 1–2 Leake (2–1) Kuhl (1–1) Oh (2) 38,806 6–8 L2
15 April 19 @ Cardinals 1–2 Wacha (2–1) Cole (1–2) Rosenthal (1) 40,182 6–9 L3
16 April 21 Yankees 6–3 Nicasio (1–2) Sabathia (2–1) Watson (5) 30,565 7–9 W1
17 April 22 Yankees 5–11 Betances (2–1) Rivero (1–1) 36,140 7–10 L1
18 April 23 Yankees 2–1 Nova (2–2) Montgomery (1–1) Watson (6) 27,840 8–10 W1
19 April 24 Cubs 3–14 Anderson (2–0) Kuhl (1–2) 13,445 8–11 L1
20 April 25 Cubs 0–1 Hendricks (2–1) Cole (1–3) Davis (5) 15,326 8–12 L2
21 April 26 Cubs 6–5 LeBlanc (1–0) Lester (0–1) Watson (7) 16,904 9–12 W1
22 April 28 @ Marlins 12–2 Taillon (2–0) Conley (1–2) 19,690 10–12 W2
23 April 29 @ Marlins 4–0 Nova (3–2) Straily (1–2) 33,152 11–12 W3
24 April 30 @ Marlins 3–10 McGowan (1–0) Williams (1–1) 26,245 11–13 L1
May: 13–17 (Home: 8–7; Away: 5–10)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak
25 May 1 @ Reds 3–4 (10) Lorenzen (2–0) Hudson (0–1) 14,753 11–14 L2
26 May 2 @ Reds 12–3 Glasnow (1–1) Feldman (1–3) LeBlanc (1) 13,909 12–14 W1
27 May 3 @ Reds 2–7 Davis (1–1) Taillon (2–1) 14,297 12–15 L1
28 May 4 @ Reds 2–4 Adleman (1–1) Nova (3–3) Iglesias (5) 17,896 12–16 L2
29 May 5 Brewers 4–0 LeBlanc (2–0) Scahill (0–1) 21,129 13–16 W1
30 May 6 Brewers 2–1 (10) Watson (1–0) Torres (1–3) 22,902 14–16 W2
31 May 7 Brewers 2–6 Davies (3–2) Glasnow (1–2) 25,108 14–17 L1
32 May 8 @ Dodgers 1–12 Wood (3–0) Williams (1–2) 37,314 14–18 L2
33 May 9 @ Dodgers 3–4 (10) Jansen (2–0) Hudson (0–2) 47,720 14–19 L3
34 May 10 @ Dodgers 2–5 Maeda (3–2) Kuhl (1–3) 40,719 14–20 L4
35 May 11 @ Diamondbacks 1–2 Greinke (4–2) Cole (1–4) Rodney (9) 17,527 14–21 L5
36 May 12 @ Diamondbacks 4–11 Corbin (3–4) Glasnow (1–3) 21,911 14–22 L6
37 May 13 @ Diamondbacks 4–3 Williams (2–2) Walker (3–3) Watson (8) 31,673 15–22 W1
38 May 14 @ Diamondbacks 6–4 (10) Watson (2–0) Wilhelmsen (0–1) 34,088 16–22 W2
39 May 16 Nationals 4–8 Strasburg (4–1) Kuhl (1–4) 16,992 16–23 L1
40 May 17 Nationals 6–1 Cole (2–4) Turner (2–2) 18,803 17–23 W1
41 May 18 Nationals 10–4 Glasnow (2–3) Roark (3–2) 27,728 18–23 W2
42 May 19 Phillies 2–7 Hellickson (5–1) Williams (2–3) 25,795 18–24 L1
43 May 20 Phillies 6–3 Nova (4–3) Velasquez (2–4) Watson (9) 32,572 19–24 W1
44 May 21 Phillies 1–0 LeBlanc (3–0) Nola (2–1) Watson (10) 24,445 20–24 W2
45 May 22 @ Braves 2–5 Foltynewicz (3–4) Cole (2–5) Johnson (9) 21,896 20–25 L1
46 May 23 @ Braves 5–6 Jackson (1–0) Watson (2–1) 25,040 20–26 L2
47 May 24 @ Braves 12–5 (10) Rivero (2–1) Collmenter (0–2) 25,981 21–26 W1
48 May 25 @ Braves 9–4 Nova (5–3) Colón (2–5) 33,713 22–26 W2
49 May 26 Mets 1–8 deGrom (4–1) Kuhl (1–5) 29,408 22–27 L1
50 May 27 Mets 5–4 (10) Watson (3–1) Pill (0–1) 31,658 23–27 W1
51 May 28 Mets 2–7 Harvey (4–3) Glasnow (2–4) 21,828 23–28 L1
52 May 29 Diamondbacks 4–3 Watson (4–1) Bradley (1–1) 16,939 24–28 W1
53 May 30 Diamondbacks 0–3 Ray (5–3) Nova (5–4) 14,996 24–29 L1
54 May 31 Diamondbacks 5–6 (14) McFarland (3–0) Mariñez (0–3) 20,990 24–30 L2
June: 13–13 (Home: 7–7; Away: 6–6)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak
55 June 2 @ Mets 12–7 Cole (3–5) Sewald (0–1) 33,047 25–30 W1
56 June 3 @ Mets 2–4 Gsellman (4–3) Glasnow (2–5) Reed (8) 34,035 25–31 L1
57 June 4 @ Mets 11–1 Williams (3–3) Pill (0–2) 35,323 26–31 W1
58 June 6 @ Orioles 5–6 (10) Brach (1–1) LeBlanc (3–1) 26,724 26–32 L1
59 June 7 @ Orioles 6–9 (11) Givens (6–0) LeBlanc (3–2) 19,957 26–33 L2
60 June 8 Marlins 1–7 Vólquez (3–7) Cole (3–6) 21,744 26–34 L3
61 June 9 Marlins 5–12 McGowan (4–0) Glasnow (2–6) 23,950 26–35 L4
62 June 10 Marlins 7–6 Hudson (1–2) Phelps (2–3) Rivero (1) 27,275 27–35 W1
63 June 11 Marlins 3–1 Nova (6–4) Locke (0–2) Rivero (2) 22,925 28–35 W2
64 June 12 Rockies 7–2 Taillon (3–1) Freeland (7–4) 16,320 29–35 W3
65 June 13 Rockies 5–2 Cole (4–6) Ottavino (0–1) 16,764 30–35 W4
66 June 14 Rockies 1–5 Márquez (5–3) Kuhl (1–6) 17,308 30–36 L1
67 June 16 Cubs 5–9 Uehara (2–3) Nicasio (1–3) 25,420 30–37 L2
68 June 17 Cubs 4–3 Nova (7–4) Arrieta (6–5) Rivero (3) 34,383 31–37 W1
69 June 18 Cubs 1–7 Lackey (5–7) Taillon (3–2) 34,539 31–38 L1
70 June 19 @ Brewers 8–1 Cole (5–6) Garza (3–3) 25,489 32–38 W1
71 June 20 @ Brewers 7–3 Kuhl (2–6) Davies (7–4) 23,982 33–38 W2
72 June 21 @ Brewers 3–4 Drake (3–2) Hudson (1–3) Knebel (11) 25,134 33–39 L1
73 June 22 @ Brewers 2–4 Anderson (6–2) Nova (7–5) Knebel (12) 28,428 33–40 L2
74 June 23 @ Cardinals 4–3 Rivero (3–1) Oh (1–4) 47,112 34–40 W1
75 June 24 @ Cardinals 7–3 Cole (6–6) Lynn (5–5) 46,735 35–40 W2
76 June 25 @ Cardinals 4–8 Rosenthal (2–3) Nicasio (1–4) 43,719 35–41 L1
77 June 27 Rays 2–4 (10) Colomé (2–3) Rivero (3–2) Hunter (1) 20,424 35–42 L2
78 June 28 Rays 6–2 Nova (8–5) Snell (0–5) 21,582 36–42 W1
79 June 29 Rays 4–0 Taillon (4–2) Archer (6–5) 22,595 37–42 W2
80 June 30 Giants 5–13 Cueto (6–7) Cole (6–7) 26,407 37–43 L1
July: 14–11 (Home: 6–3; Away: 8–8)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak
81 July 1 Giants 1–2 (11) Osich (2–1) Hudson (1–4) Dyson (1) 27,247 37–44 L2
82 July 2 Giants 3–5 Samardzija (4–9) Watson (4–2) Dyson (2) 32,144 37–45 L3
83 July 3 @ Phillies 0–4 Nola (6–5) Nova (8–6) 26,498 37–46 L4
84 July 4 @ Phillies 3–0 Taillon (5–1) Leiter (1–1) Rivero (4) 24,087 38–46 W1
85 July 5 @ Phillies 5–2 Cole (7–7) Lively (1–4) Rivero (5) 19,099 39–46 W2
86 July 6 @ Phillies 6–3 Kuhl (3–6) Benoit (1–3) Nicasio (1) 33,059 40–46 W3
87 July 7 @ Cubs 1–6 Edwards Jr. (3–1) Williams (3–4) 41,294 40–47 L1
88 July 8 @ Cubs 4–2 Nova (9–6) Arrieta (8–7) Rivero (6) 41,865 41–47 W1
89 July 9 @ Cubs 14–3 Schugel (1–0) Lester (5–6) 41,604 42–47 W2
88th All-Star Game in Miami, Florida
90 July 14 Cardinals 5–2 Rivero (4–2) Oh (1–5) 24,988 43–47 W3
91 July 15 Cardinals 0–4 Lynn (8–6) Taillon (5–3) 35,658 43–48 L1
92 July 16 Cardinals 4–3 LeBlanc (4–2) Cecil (1–3) 29,247 44–48 W1
93 July 17 Brewers 4–2 Hudson (2–4) Hader (1–1) Rivero (7) 18,506 45–48 W2
94 July 18 Brewers 4–3 Nova (10–6) Drake (3–3) Rivero (8) 20,462 46–48 W3
95 July 19 Brewers 3–2 (10) Watson (5–2) Hughes (3–2) 24,401 47–48 W4
96 July 20 Brewers 4–2 Taillon (6–3) Nelson (8–5) Rivero (9) 33,493 48–48 W5
97 July 21 @ Rockies 13–5 Williams (4–4) Hoffman (6–2) 41,192 49–48 W6
98 July 22 @ Rockies 3–7 Márquez (8–4) Kuhl (3–7) Holland (31) 48,235 49–49 L1
99 July 23 @ Rockies 3–13 Freeland (10–7) Nova (10–7) 40,118 49–50 L2
100 July 24 @ Giants 10–3 Cole (8–7) Cain (3–9) 40,030 50–50 W1
101 July 25 @ Giants 3–11 Bumgarner (1–4) Taillon (6–4) Stratton (1) 41,232 50–51 L1
102 July 26 @ Giants 1–2 Samardzija (5–11) Watson (5–3) Dyson (6) 41,038 50–52 L2
103 July 28 @ Padres 2–3 Wood (2–3) Hudson (2–5) Hand (6) 24,215 50–53 L3
104 July 29 @ Padres 2–4 Lamet (5–4) Nova (10–8) Yates (1) 37,286 50–54 L4
105 July 30 @ Padres 7–1 Cole (9–7) Richard (5–12) 30,267 51–54 W1
August: 12–17 (Home: 8–8; Away: 4–9)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak
106 August 1 Reds 1–9 Bailey (3–5) Taillon (6–5) 22,403 51–55 L1
107 August 2 Reds 2–5 Lorenzen (6–2) Benoit (1–5) Iglesias (18) 22,367 51–56 L2
108 August 3 Reds 6–0 Kuhl (4–7) Romano (2–3) 25,955 52–56 W1
109 August 4 Padres 10–6 Schugel (2–0) Yates (2–2) 32,243 53–56 W2
110 August 5 Padres 2–5 Lamet (6–4) Cole (9–8) Hand (8) 31,817 53–57 L1
111 August 6 Padres 5–4 (12) Neverauskas (1–0) Baumann (0–1) 34,175 54–57 W1
112 August 7 Tigers 3–0 Williams (5–4) Zimmermann (7–9) Nicasio (2) 21,651 55–57 W2
113 August 8 Tigers 6–3 Kuhl (5–7) Boyd (5–6) Rivero (10) 25,112 56–57 W3
114 August 9 @ Tigers 0–10 Verlander (8–7) Nova (10–9) 28,902 56–58 L1
115 August 10 @ Tigers 7–5 Cole (10–8) VerHagen (0–2) Rivero (11) 33,490 57–58 W1
116 August 11 @ Blue Jays 4–2 Taillon (7–5) Stroman (10–6) Rivero (12) 35,965 58–58 W2
117 August 12 @ Blue Jays 2–7 Rowley (1–0) Williams (5–5) 46,179 58–59 L1
118 August 13 @ Blue Jays 1–7 Happ (6–8) Kuhl (5–8) 43,618 58–60 L2
119 August 15 @ Brewers 1–3 Davies (14–6) Nova (10–10) Knebel (23) 32,605 58–61 L3
120 August 16 @ Brewers 6–7 Swarzak (5–3) Nicasio (1–5) Knebel (24) 32,439 58–62 L4
121 August 17 Cardinals 7–11 Tuivailala (3–1) Benoit (1–6) 31,499 58–63 L5
122 August 18 Cardinals 10–11 Martinez (10–9) Williams (5–6) Oh (19) 29,906 58–64 L6
123 August 19 Cardinals 6–4 Kuhl (6–8) Wacha (9–6) Rivero (13) 34,660 59–64 W1
124** August 20 Cardinals 6–3 Nova (11–10) Leake (7–12) Rivero (14) 2,596 60–64 W2
125 August 21 Dodgers 5–6 (12) Avilan (2–1) Neverauskas (1–1) Stripling (2) 19,094 60–65 L1
126 August 22 Dodgers 5–8 Watson (7–4) Barbato (0–1) Jansen (34) 17,288 60–66 L2
127 August 23 Dodgers 1–0 (10) Nicasio (2–5) Hill (9–5) 19,859 61–66 W1
128 August 24 Dodgers 2–5 Ryu (5–6) Kuhl (6–9) Morrow (1) 22,115 61–67 L1
129 August 25 @ Reds 5–9 Stephenson (2–4) Nova (11–11) 20,561 61–68 L2
130 August 26 @ Reds 1–0 Cole (11–8) Castillo (2–7) Rivero (15) 35,259 62–68 W1
131 August 27 @ Reds 5–2 Schugel (3–0) Mahle (0–1) Rivero (16) 26,155 63–68 W2
132 August 28 @ Cubs 1–6 Montgomery (5–6) Williams (5–7) 38,453 63–69 L1
133 August 29 @ Cubs 1–4 Arrieta (14–8) Kuhl (6–10) Davis (27) 37,370 63–70 L2
134 August 30 @ Cubs 3–17 Quintana (9–11) Nova (11–12) 36,628 63–71 L3
September/October: 12–16 (Home: 9–6; Away: 3–10)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Streak
135 September 1 Reds 3–7 Wojciechowski (4–3) Cole (11–9) 23,569 63–72 L4
136 September 2 Reds 5–0 Schugel (4–0) Lorenzen (8–3) 23,529 64–72 W1
137 September 3 Reds 3–1 Williams (6–7) Romano (4–6) Rivero (17) 24,474 65–72 W2
138 September 4 Cubs 12–0 Kuhl (7–10) Arrieta (14–7) 21,068 66–72 W3
139 September 5 Cubs 4–3 LeBlanc (5–2) Edwards Jr. (3–4) Rivero (18) 14,079 67–72 W4
140 September 6 Cubs 0–1 Strop (4–4) Hudson (2–6) Davis (29) 17,067 67–73 L1
141 September 7 Cubs 2–8 Lester (10–7) Taillon (7–6) 19,201 67–74 L2
142 September 8 @ Cardinals 1–4 Weaver (5–1) Williams (6–8) Nicasio (3) 40,966 67–75 L3
143 September 9 @ Cardinals 3–4 Lyons (4–0) Kontos (2–6) Nicasio (4) 44,378 67–76 L4
144 September 10 @ Cardinals 0–7 Wacha (12–7) Nova (11–13) 44,683 67–77 L5
145 September 11 @ Brewers 7–0 Brault (1–0) Woodruff (1–2) 27,422 68–77 W1
146 September 12 @ Brewers 2–5 Jeffress (4–2) Cole (11–10) Knebel (35) 30,331 68–78 L1
147 September 13 @ Brewers 2–8 Anderson (10–3) Glasnow (2–7) 27,436 68–79 L2
148 September 15 @ Reds 2–4 Bailey (5–8) Kuhl (7–11) Iglesias (27) 17,625 68–80 L3
149 September 16 @ Reds 1–2 Romano (5–6) Nova (11–14) Reed (1) 25,685 68–81 L4
150 September 17 @ Reds 2–5 Stephenson (5–5) Cole (11–11) Lorenzen (2) 22,228 68–82 L5
151 September 18 Brewers 0–3 Suter (3–2) Taillon (7–7) Knebel (36) 16,283 68–83 L6
152 September 19 Brewers 0–1 Anderson (11–3) Williams (6–9) Knebel (37) 13,929 68–84 L7
153 September 20 Brewers 6–4 Rivero (5–2) Knebel (1–3) 15,747 69–84 W1
154 September 22 Cardinals 3–4 Nicasio (5–5) Rivero (5–3) 23,942 69–85 L1
155 September 23 Cardinals 11–6 Cole (12–11) Lynn (11–8) 29,672 70–85 W1
156 September 24 Cardinals 4–1 Taillon (8–7) Oh (1–6) Rivero (19) 28,550 71–85 W2
157 September 26 Orioles 10–1 Williams (7–9) Gausman (11–11) Brault (1) 19,318 72–85 W3
158 September 27 Orioles 5–3 Kuhl (8–11) Ynoa (2–3) Rivero (20) 24,779 73–85 W4
159 September 28 @ Nationals 4–5 Doolittle (2–0) Hudson (2–7) 26,380 73–86 L1
160 September 29 @ Nationals 1–6 Strasburg (15–4) Cole (12–12) 36,339 73–87 L2
161 September 30 @ Nationals 4–1 Kontos (3–6) Kintzler (4–3) Rivero (21) 32,240 74–87 W1
162 October 1 @ Nationals 11–8 Sánchez (1–0) González (15–9) Kontos (1) 35,652 75–87 W2
Legend:        = Win        = Loss        = Postponement
Bold = Pirates team member

 • August 20 game vs St. Louis Cardinals to be played at BB&T Ballpark at Historic Bowman Field in Williamsport, Pennsylvania as part of the 2017 MLB Little League Classic.

Roster

2017 Pittsburgh Pirates
Roster
Pitchers Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders

Other batters

Manager

Coaches

Opening Day lineup

Opening Day Starters
Name Position
Adam Frazier LF
Starling Marte CF
Andrew McCutchen RF
Gregory Polanco DH
David Freese 3B
Francisco Cervelli C
Josh Bell 1B
Josh Harrison 2B
Jordy Mercer SS
Gerrit Cole SP

Disabled lists

7-day disabled list

Player Injury Placed Activated
Francisco Cervelli Concussion June 7, 2017 June 14, 2017
Francisco Cervelli Concussion June 22, 2017 July 3, 2017

10-day disabled list

Player Injury Placed Activated
Adam Frazier Left Hamstring Strain April 23, 2017 May 12, 2017
Antonio Bastardo Left Quad Strain April 25, 2017 June 27, 2017
David Freese Right Hamstring Strain April 26, 2017 May 12, 2017
Jameson Taillon Groin Discomfort May 4, 2017 June 12, 2017
Gregory Polanco Left Hamstring Strain May 17, 2017 May 25, 2017
Josh Lindblom Left Side Discomfort May 20, 2017 June 24, 2017
Chris Stewart Left Hamstring Strain May 30, 2017 June 18, 2017
Gregory Polanco Left Hamstring Strain July 22, 2017 August 2, 2017
Gregory Polanco Left Hamstring Strain August 13, 2017 September 8, 2017
Francisco Cervelli Left Wrist Inflammation August 14, 2017 August 25, 2017
Wade LeBlanc Strained Left Quadriceps August 18, 2017 September 1, 2017
George Kontos Right Groin Strain August 22, 2017 September 7, 2017
Joaquín Benoit Left Knee Inflammation August 22, 2017 September 1, 2017
Francisco Cervelli Strained Left Quadriceps August 26, 2017 October 2, 2017
Adam Frazier Right Hamstring Strain August 28, 2017 September 8, 2017
Josh Harrison Fractured Left Hand September 3, 2017 September 10, 2017

60-day disabled list

Player Injury Placed Activated
Josh Harrison Fractured Left Hand September 10, 2017 November 6, 2017

Notable achievements

Awards

National League Pitcher of the Month

National League Player of the Month

2017 Major League Baseball All-Star Game

National League Player of the Week

  • Andrew McCutchen (September 25-October 1)

Transactions

The Pirates were involved in the following transactions during the 2017 season:

Trades

Free agents

Waivers

Signings

Other

Farm system

Level Team League Manager
AAA Indianapolis Indians International League Andy Barkett
AA Altoona Curve Eastern League Michael Ryan
A Bradenton Marauders Florida State League Gera Alvarez
A West Virginia Power South Atlantic League Wyatt Toregas
Short-Season A West Virginia Black Bears New York–Penn League Brian Esposito
Rookie Bristol Pirates Appalachian League Kory DeHaan
Rookie GCL Pirates Gulf Coast League Bob Herold
Rookie DSL Pirates Dominican Summer League Kieran Mattison

LEAGUE CHAMPIONS: Altoona

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