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Scouting report for Tuesday, June 20: Pirates at Brewers

| Monday, June 19, 2017, 4:27 p.m.
Milwaukee Brewers starting pitcher Junior Guerra throws against the Arizona Diamondbacks during the first inning of a baseball game, Saturday, June 10, 2017, in Phoenix. (AP Photo/Matt York)

Pirates gameday

at Brewers

7:40 p.m.

Miller Park, Milwaukee

TV/radio: Root Sports/93.7 FM, 1480 AM, Pirates Radio NetworkProbable pitchers

Pirates

RHP

CHAD

KUHL

(1-6, 5.61)

Brewers

RHP

ZACH

DAVIES

(7-3, 4.91)

Gamecast: Josh Harrison is 4 for 4, including a pair of doubles, with a walk and one RBI vs. Davies. … Davies gave up double-digit fly balls in seven of 14 starts this season. In six of those games, he served up at least one home run. … The Pirates are 3-10 in games Kuhl started. … Kuhl's curveball remains a work in progress. He threw it just three times in his last start Wednesday vs. the Rockies. Ian Desmond hit one for a homer. … At the start of the season, Kuhl's fastball averaged about 93 mph. Against the Rockies, it was 95.5 mph. On June 7 vs. the Orioles, it was 97.2 mph.Next up

Wednesday, 7:10 p.m.: Pirates RHP Trevor Williams (3-3, 5.16) vs. Brewers RHP Junior Guerra (1-1, 2.84)

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