Former Pirates teammates Joe Musgrove and Chad Kuhl play tic-tac-toe on pitcher's mound

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PITTSBURGH (93.7 the Fan) Locally, fans will remember Joe Musgrove and Chad Kuhl as former pitchers on the Pittsburgh Pirates.

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Musgrove and Kuhl, however, will always be friends from their time together in Pittsburgh. The two faced off against one another on Friday and they had a game within a game.

Prior to first pitch, Musgrove, now with the San Diego Padres, drew a tic tac toe board into the dirt and took the first turn.

Kuhl, now with the Colorado Rockies, obliged and the two made sure to take a new space before every inning. The tic tac toe game ended in a tie, but Musgrove and the Padres got the upper hand winning, 9-0.

Musgrove pithed six innings collecting the win and improving to 7-0 on the year. Kuhl tossed 4.1 innings and was credited with the loss after giving up five earned runs.

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