October 15, 2014
May 6, 1984 - Pirates Plunder Dodgers for Two Wins
There was a major pitcher's duel in this one! Rick Honeycutt faced Rick Rhoden and both brought their best stuff.
The score was 0-0 into the top of the sixth when L.A. finally got their first hit, a Terry Whitfield single. In the bottom of the same inning Lee Lacy got a hit with one out and stole second base. Johnny Ray was up next, and he also singled. The third base coach sent Lacy home, where he was safe despite the throw. Ray moved to second on the play at the plate, and then to third on a Tony Pena ground out. Honeycutt uncorked a wild pitch, and Ray scampered home to give the Pirates a 2-0 lead. That's all they would need because Rhoden was absolutely dominant. He only gave up two hits in the complete game shutout.
Winning Pitcher - Rick Rhoden
Losing Pitcher - Rick Honeycutt
Player of the Game - Rhoden, CG SHO, 2H's, 3BB's, 6K's
Game #351 - Los Angeles Dodgers, 4 @ Pittsburgh Pirates, 12
This game was brutal. The Pirates scored two runs in the first, third, fourth, and sixth innings, and added four more in the eighth because why not. Fernando Valenzuela didn't escape the fourth. Every Pirates starter had at least one hit, and four had as many as three. Even starting pitcher John Tudor was 2 for 3!
Winning Pitcher - John Tudor
Losing Pitcher - Fernando Valenzuela
Player of the Game - Lee Mazzilli, 3-5, 2B, R, 6RBI's