"Today, he is definitely out," manager Clint Hurdle said on Saturday of Martin, who was out of the lineup for Sunday's finale as well. "It's been a day-to-day thing. There have been stretches when it's been good, and situations where it's become aggravated."
Martin was again replaced by Stewart on Sunday.
• Josh Harrison, Andrew McCutchen and Starling Marte all entered Saturday's game ranked in the NL's Top 10 in hitting. The Pirates have not had a trio finish in the Top 10 in batting average since 1969, when Roberto Clemente was No. 2 at .345 and was followed by Matty Alou (fourth at .331) and Willie Stargell (eighth at .307).
• Pittsburgh pitching had allowed a total of 19 runs in the 12 games prior to Saturday -- the team's stingiest 12-game run since 1968, when it also gave up 19 runs from Sept. 13-24. The oddity about that '68 stretch is that nine of the runs came in one game, a loss to the Reds.
• Harrison (a career and team season-high 15 games) and Marte (12 games) both extended hitting streaks Saturday. Harrison also tied McCutchen for the team lead with his 38th double.
• Saturday's loss was the Bucs' 18th in the opponent's final at-bat; they have 21 final at-bat wins.
• Looking on the Cincinnati side, the Reds' 10-6 win ended a streak of 45 losses -- dating back to Aug. 23, 2013 -- when allowing six-plus runs.
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