Neil Walker Could Be Hometown Hero For Pittsburgh Pirates In 2013 Postseason

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The Pittsburgh Pirates will host their first postseason game in 20 years. The city of Pittsburgh is very familiar with playoff games, but not in baseball. This will be PNC Parks’ first ever playoff game since it opened in the Spring […]

5 Reasons Why St. Louis Cardinals Won’t Win the 2013 World Series

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Pittsburgh Pirates: Who Should Pitch Wild Card Game?

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In the final game of the series between the Pittsburgh Pirates and Chicago Cubs, the Pirates sent newly-found team ace Francisco Liriano to the mound to try and sweep the last series between the two teams for the season. How […]

Clint Hurdle Makes All the Right Moves for Pittsburgh Pirates

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  On Tuesday night, the Chicago Cubs put left-handed pitcher Chris Rusin on the mound to face the Pittsburgh Pirates. The Pirates’ prime lineup on paper is a better team against right-handed pitching. With hitters like Justin Morneau, Pedro Alvarez and […]

Charlie Morton May be Pittsburgh Pirates’ Second-Half MVP

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Coming into the game on Monday night against the Chicago Cubs, the Pittsburgh Pirates are bringing the possible National League Most Valuable Player Andrew McCutchen to town. When a team is pushing to make the playoffs, especially a team like the Pirates who haven’t seen playoff baseball since […]

A Tale of Two Pittsburgh Pirates’ Picks

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The writer Charles Dickens once wrote in A Tale of Two Cities, “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.” The Pittsburgh Pirates and the entire city have experienced both of these situations. The team experienced 20 […]

2013 Pittsburgh Pirates Are A Reflection Of A Neighbor’s Movie

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The 2013 MLB season for the Pittsburgh Pirates has been one to remember. Just two games ago, the Pirates ended the longest consecutive losing season streak with a win over the Texas Rangers. After watching this team play all season […]

Pittsburgh Pirates’ Pitching Staff Seems to be Tiring Near the End

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This season, the heart of the Pittsburgh Pirates has been their pitching staff. Pitching has been carrying this team all season long. However, over the past two games, the Pirates staff has gotten hit hard and scored on several times. […]

Pittsburgh Pirates Starting to Put it All Together

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Most baseball fans are familiar with the movie Major League and the Cleveland Indians’ coach Lou Brown. A quote that he said in the movie, which sums up the Pittsburgh Pirates team right now, is, “starting to come together Pepper, starting to come together!” After a huge […]

Pittsburgh Pirates And Fans Partying Like It’s 1992

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On October 14, 1992, I remember sitting on the couch next to my pap doing what we did for years to come: watching sports. I didn’t know it at the time, but that would be the last day of the […]

Pittsburgh Pirates Visibly Stronger Wednesday Night Against Milwaukee Brewers

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The Pittsburgh Pirates came back home to PNC Park on Tuesday to play the Milwaukee Brewers and hoped to get some home cooked wins, but fell short. On Wednesday, the Pirates made a deal to bring New York Mets outfielder […]

Pittsburgh Pirates Leave for Home With Bitter Taste After a Solid Road Trip

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Coming into the game Sunday, the Pittsburgh Pirates had a share of the lead in the NL Central Division with their rivals, the St. Louis Cardinals. With the Cardinals’ loss to the Atlanta Braves, the Pirates had a chance to […]