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Mitch Keller has made plenty of dominant starts in his young career, though none quite compared to his performance on Thursday in Game 1 of the Eastern League semifinals on Thursday. Making his third career postseason start and first with Double-A Altoona, Keller, Pittsburgh's No. 2 prospect (No. 20 overall), went the distance, allowing one hit over nine innings as the Curve shut out Bowie, 2-0. He issued one walk, struck out four and induced 12 ground-ball outs. "We were mixing pretty well. Not throwing the same thing, not the same sequences all night," Keller told "I can't really pick one, they're all working. That too is a big confidence booster." The complete game and shutout were both firsts for Keller, and he needed just 90 pitches (59 strikes) to accomplish the feat. He did not allow a runner to reach second base in the outing, ultimately facing the minimum 27 batters in the performance courtesy of three double plays and one caught stealing. "That's the way you write it up. It's just as few pitches as possible," Keller said. "When they're turning two like that, you get someone on and you have no worries. It's a great feeling out there on the mound when everything is rolling like that. "I can't say enough about the defense behind me. It was unbelievable, they were making plays for me all night out there," he added. Keller's postseason gem was a continuation of what was an outstanding 2017 campaign New England Patriots jerseys for the 21-year-old right-hander. Making 23 starts between Altoona and Class A Advanced Bradenton, the Iowa native pitched to a 3.03 ERA and a 1.00 WHIP while holding hitters to a paltry .202 batting average against. In 116 innings, he compiled 116 strikeouts against 32 walks. At the plate, shortstop and leadoff hitter...

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Josh Bell's two-run home run and Adam Frazier's two-run double highlighted an early Pirates outburst Thursday afternoon at Comerica Park, sending Pittsburgh to a 7-5 win over the Tigers. "I just wanted to do damage to something," said Bell, who is second on the team in home runs (20) and RBIs (62). "It was up and it was right there for me, so I just put a good swing on it." The win drew the Pirates back within three games of the Cubs, who were off Thursday, in the National League Central. Adam Frazier laces a double into left-center field, plating two and extending the Pirates' lead to 6-3 in the top of the 4th The Pirates took three of four in the home-and-home series, splitting the two games in Detroit. A day after Justin Verlander shut them down with eight innings of one-hit ball, the Buccos took out their frustrations on Drew VerHagen (0-2), making his second start in place of injured Michael Fulmer. Pittsburgh racked cheap jerseys up nine hits over his 3 2/3 innings, supporting Gerrit Cole (10-8) through eight innings and seven strikeouts for his third win in his past four starts and his seventh consecutive road victory. Gerrit Cole delivers a fine start against the Tigers, yielding three runs in eight innings while striking out seven batters "I thought we'd get to Cole early the way we started out," Tigers manager Brad Ausmus said. "Cole settled in, and they got to VerHagen." Victor Martinez rips a double into the left-field corner, scoring Justin Upton and cutting the Tiger's deficit to 7-4 in the 9th Victor Martinez's RBI double fueled a Tigers rally in the ninth, but Felipe Rivero struck out pinch-hitter John Hicks representing the potential tying run for his 11th save. Felipe Rivero strikes out John Hicks swinging in the bottom of...

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