Keller’s complete game, Olivares’ grand slam lead Pirates to win over Angels

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Need a quick fix to break a slumping offense? Score four runs with one swing.

That’s what Edward Olivares did for the Pittsburgh Pirates, backing Mitch Keller’s complete game in a 4-1 win over the Los Angeles Angels on Monday night at PNC Park.

With the game still scoreless in the third inning, the Pirates (17-19) loaded the bases and with one out, Olivares tattooed a no-dour 424-foot home run to left field off of Angels starter Tyler Anderson.

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