The old Pirates Game Discussion on No Quarter is now a Daily Pirates Discussion. We will update the article throughout the day with game notes, links to Pittsburgh Baseball Network stories, and any news for the day.
Umpire: Adrian Johnson
Final in 10: Marlins 6, Pirates 5#JuntosMiami // #LetsGoBucs#MIAvsPIT // #PITvsMIA pic.twitter.com/nb27U4rU7v
— Umpire Scorecards (@UmpScorecards) September 20, 2021
PITTSBURGH PIRATES (56-93)
Opponent: Reds (77-73)
Time: 6:40 PM EST
Pirates Starter: Dillon Peters (2.66 ERA, 1.27 WHIP, 23.2 IP)
Opposing Starter: Vladimir Gutierrez (4.25 ERA, 1.33 WHIP, 108 IP)
**The only minor league games today are in the DSL. The Prospect Watch will be posted as soon as those games are finished (Update: Link has been added). Greensboro and Bradenton begin the playoffs on Tuesday. Indianapolis plays on Wednesday. Triple-A added ten games to the end of the season, with Monday/Tuesday off this week and next.
Here’s the link to today’s Prospect Watch.
#Pirates Lineup 09/20/21
1. Cole Tucker SS
2. Yoshi Tsutsugo RF
3. Bryan Reynolds CF
4. Colin Moran 1B
5. Ben Gamel LF
6. Kevin Newman 2B
7. Michael Perez C
8. Hoy Park 3B
9. Dillon Peters P
Starting Pitcher : Dillon Peters
— Daily MLB Lineups (@DailyMLBLineup) September 20, 2021
Here is how the Reds will line up Monday night against the Pirates.@PNCBank pic.twitter.com/pfF8ROSZxM
— Cincinnati Reds (@Reds) September 20, 2021
NEWS AND RUMORS
Follow along throughout the day as we provide updates and commentary on the daily Pirates news, along with links to stories around Pittsburgh Baseball Network.
Tonight’s game will be delayed. Pirates haven’t even released their lineup yet and it’s just 30 minutes until the originally scheduled start time.
Lineup is up, as well as a transaction. Jacob Stallings has gone on the concussion injured list and Taylor Davis has joined the Pirates. To make room for Davis, Bryse Wilson was placed on the 60-day injured list. His injury is minor, but there’s 14 days left in the season counting today, so at most he is missing one start. More than likely, he was being shut down for the season anyway. Davis was acquired in a trade earlier this year and has been in Indianapolis since, where he hit .241/.338/.319 in 38 games. He had 99 days of service time in the majors coming into this year, spending time with the Chicago Cubs during the 2017-19 seasons.