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Jaso hits for cycle in Pirates' win over Cubs

John Jaso drives in five runs and hits the first cycle in PNC Park history in the Pirates' 8-4 victory over the Cubs.

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Parker, Sparks top Sky in playoff opener (1:15)

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Joe Maddon declared Chris Coghlan day to day after the outfielder left Wednesday's game against the Pirates with a minor left ankle sprain. The Cubs will monitor the swelling overnight and see how Coghlan feels on Thursday. He was injured running into the wall in left field trying to track down a fly ball.

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Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Watch Joe Maddon discuss Jake Arrieta's rough performance on Wednesday where he gave up 10 hits and 7 runs to the Pirates. Maddon was miffed at how easily he was hit.

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Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Watch Jake Arrieta discuss what he does moving forward heading into the playoffs after giving up 10 hits and 7 runs to the Pirates on Wednesday.

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Jaso hits for cycle in Pirates' win over Cubs (1:16)

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Cubs say Chris Coghlan suffered a mild left ankle sprain.

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

After a generous call by the official scorer Pirates infielder John Jaso was credited with a triple and hence the cycle as the Pirates lead the Cubs 8-4. It looked like Jaso had stopped at second and then continued on to third base after an errant throw. It's the first cycle in PNC park history.

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

In his final regular season start Jake Arrieta has given up a season high 10 hits to the Pirates who lead 7-1.

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Chris Coghlan left Wednesday's game with an apparent left leg injury after crashing into the wall in left field chasing down a fly ball. He walked off under his own power while Albert Almora Jr took his place in the game.

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Matt Fortuna ESPN Staff Writer 

Notre Dame safety Drue Tranquill talks about coach Brian Kelly's heavier involvement on defense: