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  • With Joey Votto (aka "Tokki 2 for Players Weekend) almost single-handedly leading Jameson Taillon ("J-Mo") to an early exit, the Pirates' bullpen and cheap jerseys lineup picked up the slack in the Bucs' 5-2 win over the Reds on Sunday afternoon at Great American Ball Park. Pittsburgh's bullpen did the heavy lifting and allowed only one hit over five scoreless innings in relief of Taillon. A.J. Schugel ("Schug") picked up two innings, then Daniel Hudson ("Huddy") and Juan Nicasio ("Arenoso") formed the bridge to closer Felipe Rivero. The Reds loaded the bases in the ninth, bringing Adam Duvall ("Duvy") to the plate as the winning run, but Rivero ("Nightmare") slammed the door as the Pirates sealed their first series victory over the Reds since September 2016. Felipe "Nightmare" Rivero forces Adam Duvall to hit a grounder, gets out of a jam and earns the save, sealing a 5-2 win over the Reds Full Game Coverage "I thought the bullpen was pretty clean. Good effort from everybody that came in," Pirates manager Clint Hurdle said. "Schugel gave us a nice stop, then everybody finished it off." Taillon threw 108 pitches and didn't record an out in the fifth, largely because Votto walked three times and saw 31 pitches in his first three plate appearances on his way to a club-record-tying five walks. Votto saw 43 of the 177 pitches the Pirates threw Sunday. "Future Hall-of-Famer doing his thing," Taillon said. " He wore me out. … He's special. The guy's a once-in-a-generation kind of guy." The Reds' all-rookie battery held its own. Right-hander Tyler Mahle allowed four hits and four walks Pittsburgh Steelers jerseys while striking out five over five innings in his first Major League start, pitching to catcher Pittsburgh Steelers jerseys Chad Wallach, who also made his big league debut. Tyler Mahle makes his Major League debut against the Pirates and strikes Chicago Cubs jerseys out Adam Frazier in the top of the 1st inning The Pirates' last two victories came on unlikely home runs: Josh Harrison's Wednesday walk-off to break up Rich Hill's no-hitter and Gerrit Cole's solo shot Saturday night. They found a more conventional way to get it done Sunday. John Jaso ("Easy J") delivered the biggest hit against Mahle, a two-run double to right field in the fourth inning, and Andrew McCutchen ("Cutch") tacked on an RBI single in the fifth. The Pirates padded their lead in the ninth inning with three consecutive hits off right-hander Raisel Iglesias ("El Ciclon"). Elias Diaz ("El Maracucho") singled to right, pinch-hitter David Freese ("Davehuman") doubled to center, and both scored on a line drive from Starling Marte "Tato"), who finished 3-for-5 with 2 RBIs. Starling "Tato" Marte punches a single to left field and brings two runners home to give the Pirates a 5-2 lead in the 9th inning "It was a day we had to grind it out. Their young starter did a nice job," Hurdle said. "Then when you get to the other side of their bullpen, they've shown the ability to do some things. … Everybody just kept fighting." Great escape: After a single, an infield hit that bounced off Josh Harrison's glove and one of Votto's three walks, Taillon found himself facing a bases-loaded, no-out jam in the third inning. He calmly navigated the tight spot by striking out Duvall, getting Scooter Gennett ("Ryan") to pop out and inducing a lazy fly ball from Jose Peraza ("Miguel Angel"). The high-traffic inning required 26 pitches from Taillon, but he escaped unscathed. If you want to know more of the news here is your best choice, please http://www.2017worldbaseballjersey.us you can get it!