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PHOENIX - The Pittsburgh Pirates didnt just rally, they routed the Arizona Diamondbacks. Josh Harrison — who struck out four times the previous night — tripled, doubled and scored twice and the Pirates erupted in the final two innings to beat the Diamondbacks 9-4 on Friday night. Pittsburgh scored the last nine runs, including eight in the eighth and ninth. It was the 27th comeback win for the Pirates. "Its just what we do," Harrison said. "We know were not done til the last out." Arizonas All-Star Paul Goldschmidt was hit in the left hand by a pitch from Ernesto Frieri in the ninth inning. The hand was covered with a bandage afterward and Goldschmidt said he hadnt gotten the X-ray results. Jordy Mercer had an RBI double, Michael Martinez and Russell Martin RBI singles and Travis Snider a two-run single in the Pirates tiebreaking five-run ninth. "Its backyard baseball," Pittsburgh manager Clint Hurdle said. "Its nothing spectacular. We just play." Tony Watson (8-1) pitched a scoreless eighth to get the win. Bo Schultz (0-1), recalled from Triple-A Reno on Tuesday, gave up all five in the ninth. While some of Goldschmidts teammates were suspicious he was hit on purpose, he didnt think so. "Guys have to try and get outs. What do you want them to do? Just throw it down the middle? They pitch inside as a team. We do it too. We want our pitchers to be able to pitch inside. You dont want to see anyone get hurt but sometimes it may or may not happen." Ender Inciartes three-run homer had helped Arizona take a 4-0 lead through five innings and Vidal Nuno appeared headed for his first victory in five starts since coming in the trade that sent Brandon McCarthy to the New York Yankees. However, the Pirates battered the Arizona bullpen with 10 hits in the last two innings. In the fifth, Arizona manager Kirk Gibson challenged a wild pitch call that ended up with Didi Gregorius on third, but with two outs. He won the challenge, the review determining that the batter Nuno was hit in the foot by the pitch. Two pitches later, with runners at first and second, Inciarte hit his second homer of the season, and his career, into the right field seats. After the game was over, the Diamondbacks, upset that Goldschmidt had been hit, got into an argument with Martin about it. The dugouts emptied but no one did more than talk. "I dont think anybody on their side was happy that Goldschmidt got hit," Hurdle said. "It wasnt any intent on Ernestos part. ... Nobody wants to hit a guy in that situation." TRAINERS ROOM Pirates: Right-hander Gerrit Cole, out since July 5 with shoulder fatigue, was scratched from his scheduled rehab start Saturday and will have a bullpen session instead. Outfielder Starling Marte, on the concussion list since July 23, will make a rehab start Saturday for Triple-A Indianapolis and could be back with the big league club within a week. Diamondbacks: A.J. Pollock, on the DL with a fractured right hand since June 1, had one at bat and played centre field in his first rehab game in the Arizona League. Infielder Cliff Pennington, out since June 2 with a sprained left thumb, is 8 for 29 (.421) in five rehab games with the Diamondbacks Arizona League squad. ON DECK The Pirates can gain at least a split of the series with a win Saturday night. Vance Worley (4-1, 2.54 ERA), coming off his first career shutout in a 5-0 win at Colorado, will try to stop the Pittsburgh skid. Rookie Chase Anderson (6-4, 3.34) goes for Arizona. He allowed one run on three hits in seven innings in his last outing, a no-decision at Cincinnati. In Arizonas four-run fifth, Pittsburgh had a hit batter, throwing error by catcher Russell Martin, a wild pitch that scored a run, a throwing error and a walk. NICE PLAY Brent Morel, in his fourth start at third base since coming up from Triple-A Indianapolis, made a diving stop of Jordan Pachecos grounder in the sixth. He got up and threw to first, where Gaby Sanchez stretched as far as he could to his right to make the catch for the out. RARE ABSENCE Goldschmidt was out of the starting ineup for only the second time in 109 games this season. He entered the game on a double-switch in the ninth. TRIPLE-A DIAMONDBACKS: Five of Arizonas starters opened the season in the minor leagues. Under Armour China Wholesale . But this time, the Gunners weathered the storm. Arsene Wengers team was on the ropes in the early stages of a lively FA Cup tie, until Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain scored a goal against the run of the play. Under Armour Shoes Free Shipping . According the CSNBayArea.com, the 31-year-old suffered an ACL injury in his right knee on Friday when he collided with Anaheims Emerson Etem during a pre-season game. http://www.cheapuashoes.com/.I dont think it comes to mind in this business, in this game, the Philadelphia Flyers forward said. You dont try to lose games. Under Armour Outlet Store . 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"Its my first overtime goal that I ever scored and it ends up being a big one," said Lucic, who leads the Bruins with eight goals. Loui Eriksson and Shawn Thornton also scored the Bruins. Boston goalie Chad Johnson stopped 32 shots, making his third start this season with No. 1 netminder Tuukka Rask getting a night off. Columbus was coming off a 4-3 overtime loss in Washington on Tuesday and has won just once in the last eight games. Bostons two goals in regulation both came on unintentional deflections and another fortunate bounce allowed the Bruins to extend their winning streak to four straight. Atkinsons shot bounced hard off Lucic and headed straight in the opposite direction. Even Lucic called it a "lucky bounce" as the Bruins won despite getting outshot 12-7 in the third period and 2-1 in overtime. "It feels the same. Its still an empty feeling," Columbus coach Todd Richards said of the second straight loss in OT. "There were a lot of good things in the third period, but its still the result. You know, we need to win games and we need two points here, not just one." The Blue Jackets also didnt help themselves, going scoreless on four power-play opportunities. Bobvrosky made 28 saves for the Blue Jackets, who took a 1-0 lead in the first on Blake Comeaus second goal of the season. Boston scored twice before Nick Foligno restored the tie with a goal late in the second period..dddddddddddd The third was scoreless and the game appeared to be headed to a shootout before Lucic stepped in front of Atkinsons shot and skated in alone for the game-winner. "He did a great job of blocking the shot and he got on his horse and took off," Boston coach Claude Julien said. The Bruins closed a five-game homestand 4-0-1. Thornton gave Boston a 2-1 lead on a slap shot from the circle that deflected off Columbus defenceman Jack Johnsons stick and beat Bobvrosky on the near post with 9:51 left in the second. It was the second time in the game the Bruins scored by just trying to get the puck on net. Eriksson was credited with Bostons first goal without even taking a shot. He was facing the net when Zdeno Chara wristed the puck from the blue line and it deflected off Erikssons skate and into the net to tie it a 1-1 with 1:50 left in the first period. Comeau put Columbus up 1-0 with 7:12 left in the opening period on a shot from the slot off a backhand pass from Mark Letestu from behind the goal line. Foligno tied it 2-all with 3:26 left in the second period when Johnson gave up a rebound straight to the slot. Foligno set up his own goal with a pass intended for Michael Chaput that and ended up reaching Johnson instead. Johnson made a save with his left pad, but the rebound went right to Foligno for a one-timer. NOTES: Letestu played his 200th career game four years to the day after making his NHL debut, also against Boston. ... The Bruins avoided losing twice to Eastern Conference newcomer Columbus. The Blue Jackets beat Boston 3-1 on Oct. 12 in what remains Columbus only win in the new Metropolitan Division. ... Both teams were opening a set of back-to-back games. The Blue Jackets are back at home Friday against Montreal and Boston visits Ottawa. ... Foligno had missed the last two games while attending to undisclosed personal matters. ' ' '

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