Pirates catcher Francisco Cervelli (leg) is back in the lineup Saturday against the Dodgers. While the Pirates didn't provide many specifics regarding the leg injury that forced Cervelli from Thursday's game, it was evidently a minor issue, as he's set to return after missing just one start. He's penciled in to catch and bat seventh against left-hander Clayton Kershaw.
Pirates catcher Francisco Cervelli (leg) is out of the lineup Friday against the Dodgers. Cervelli's leg injury forced him out of Thursday's contest, and he's not expected to miss a ton of time because of it. Chris Stewart will replace him behind the plate Friday, however, batting eighth for the Pirates.
Pirates catcher Francisco Cervelli was ejected in the third inning of Thursday's game against the Marlins. Home plate umpire Alan Porter gave Cervelli the hook for arguing balls and strikes. Cervelli was 1 for 2 with a triple, a run scored and a strikeout before his ejection. Chris Stewart took over behind the plate.
Pirates catcher Francisco Cervelli is not in the starting lineup for Wednesday's game against the Marlins. Cervelli fouled a pitch off of his foot on Tuesday, and though he was able to stay in the game, he was seen limping after the game. He'll get a day off to rest, with Chris Stewart handling the catching on Wednesday.
Pirates catcher Francisco Cervelli went 4 for 7 in Tuesday's extra-inning win over Arizona. Cervelli recorded his second four-hit game of the year and first since June 5. He matched his hit total from the previous six games, spanning 19 at bats. Cervelli scored once and drove in a run.