The Pittsburgh Pirates organization has got to be the best in the business, now let's all take a moment and reflect on the Pirates bizarre but rich past. I did some research to conduct an all time team, and I want to get a second opinion, so tell me what all of you Pittsburgh fans think.
1B 8 Willie Stargell (1962-1982); Encinal HS, CA
2B 9 Bill Mazeroski (1956-1972); Warren Consolidated HS, OH
3B 20 Harold "Pie" Traynor (1920-1935; 1937); Somerville HS (MA)
SS 33 Honus Wagner (1900-1917); No School
C 18 Jason Kendall (1996-2004); Torrance HS, CA
LF 4 Ralph Kiner (1946-1953); Pasadena City College
CF 10 Lloyd Waner (1927-1941; 1944-1945) ; East Central University
RF 21 Roberto Clemente (1955-1972); Vizcarondo HS (Puerto Rico)
SP 19 Bob Friend (1951-1965); Purdue
SP Wilbur Cooper (1912-1924)
SP Babe Adams (1907-1926); Mount Moriah HS (MO)
SP Ed Morris (1885-1889); St. Mary's College of California
SP Sam Leever (1898-1910); Goshen HS (OH)
I couldn't think of a Closer or Relief Pitcher at the moment, and if anyone of you know the numbers to Wilbur Cooper, Babe Adams, Ed Morris and Sam Leever, it'd be much appreciated to know that information! As well, the school's they played before become a Pirate legend.