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Pirates 6, Rockies 3

Pirates 6, Rockies 3

PITTSBURGH — Pirates starter Ryan Vogelsong was carted off the field after getting struck in the head by a pitch in the second. With the bases loaded, Rockies starter Jordan Lyles hit Vogelsong in the left cheek with a 92 mph fastball. Vogelsong was replaced by Wilfredo Boscan, who got the win in relief.

Pirates 6, Rockies 3 05/23/16 [Last modified: Monday, May 23, 2016 10:50pm]
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