Reynolds caps comeback with 3-run blast, Pirates beat Tigers

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Reynolds caps comeback with 3-run blast, Pirates beat Tigers
Reynolds caps comeback with 3-run blast, Pirates beat Tigers

PITTSBURGH — Coming off a hitless night, Bryan Reynolds told teammate Corey Dickerson he felt pressure to produce. Dickerson told the rookie to write a few things down to help him remember what he was doing, and what he was thinking, when he was hot. Dickerson wasn't sure if Reynolds took his advice, but the rookie turned it around on Wednesday night. Reynolds had three hits, including a three-run homer in the sixth inning to complete the Pirates' rally from a six-run deficit, and Pittsburgh beat the Detroit Tigers 8-7. "He's so simple," Dickerson said. "He has a simple approach. When you're simple like that, you're going to have good contact." With the Pirates trailing 7-5, Reynolds sent a knuckle

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