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The Bucs look to snap cold streak against NL Central rival

MLB: Pittsburgh Pirates at Colorado Rockies Isaiah J. Downing-USA TODAY Sports

Pittsburgh Pirates (29-50) vs. Milwaukee Brewers (48-33), July 1, 2021, 7:05 p.m. EST

Location: PNC Park

TV: AT&T Sports Pittsburgh

Radio: 100.1 FM/1020-AM KDKA

Rockies SB Nation Site: Brew Crew Ball


Starting Pitchers

Pirates: Wil Crowe (1-3, 6.50 ERA

Brewers: Corbin Burnes (3-4, 2.53 ERA)

Probable Starting Lineups (subject to last-minute change)

Pirates

  1. Adam Frazier (2B)
  2. Ke’Bryan Hayes (3B)
  3. Bryan Reynolds (CF)
  4. Ben Gamel (RF)
  5. Phillip Evans (1B)
  6. Kevin Newman (SS)
  7. Michael Perez (C)
  8. Ka’ai Tom (LF)
  9. Chad Kuhl (P)

Brewers

  1. Kolten Wong (2B)
  2. Willy Adames (SS)
  3. Christian Yelich (LF)
  4. Omar Narvaez (C)
  5. Tyrone Taylor (RF)
  6. Jace Peterson (3B)
  7. Keston Hiura (1B)
  8. Jackie Bradley Jr. (CF)
  9. Corbin Burnes (P)

Coming off the receiving end of a three-game sweep, courtesy of the Colorado Rockies, the Pirates welcome fans at 100 percent capacity tonight at PNC Park as they host interdivisional rival, Milwaukee Brewers.

Wil Crowe returns to the mound for the Bucs after (finally) earning his first Major League win last Friday against the St. Louis Cardinals. He had everything working for him that night, however, Mother Nature granted the city of Pittsburgh no grace, as heavy rainfall is in the forecast. He will need as much rosin and sweat as possible to keep a firm grip and keep his movement for tonight.

In lighter news, Adam Frazier, Ke’Bryan Hayes and Bryan Reynolds head tonight’s lineup, and if they can produce like they have, it should be a highly productive night of offense.

Earlier today, the Pirates placed first baseman Colin Moran on the 10-day injured list and recalled OF Jared Oliva from Triple-A Indianapolis. Oliva is not in the starting lineup tonight, as Shelton favored the likes of Ka’ai Tom over him... sigh.

Lastly, expect cheers around the middle innings as Adam Frazier led the voting for All-Star starters at second base before voting ended.