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Celebrate the 35th anniversary of the 1979 Pirates

The 1979 Pirates made all people in Pittsburgh feel like one, big Happy Fam-i-ly on their run to a World Series title. Willie "Pops" Stargell introduced the team to the song "We are Family" and it became a fight song that led the never-say-die team to repeat as World Series Champs.

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Bullpen Banter's Top 15 Pirate Prospects

A week or two old, but Bullpen Banter has posted their Top 15 Pirate Prospects and I always find their perspective interesting. The list: Gerrit Cole Jameson Taillon Alen Hanson Gregory...

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ESPN Article on Clemente's Bat

There's an article up on ESPN.com about the search for the bat Clemente used to get his 3,000 hit. It's an interesting article with some good stories about the Pirates from back in the day. It...

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Pittsburgh Pirates All-Time Top 100: 79. George Gibson

George Gibson was a 5'11" catcher from London, Ontario, born July 22nd, 1880. The right-handed hitting and throwing Canuck made his professional debut in 1903 with the Class "D" level Kingston...

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Pittsburgh Pirates All-Time Top 100: 80. Bob Skinner

Bob Skinner was a 6'4" left fielder from La Jolla, California. Born October 3rd, 1931, the right handed giant batted from the left side. He initially signed with the Pirates as an amateur free...

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Pittsburgh Pirates All-Time Top 100: 81. Doggie Miller

George Miller, also known as "Foghorn" and "Calliope," but mostly "Doggie," was a 5'6" catcher from Brooklyn, New York. Born on August 15th, 1864, the righty made his first professional appearance...

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Pittsburgh Pirates All-Time Top 100: 82. Al McBean

Al McBean was a 5'11" right hander from Charlotte Amalie, Virgin Islands. Born on May 15, 1938, he was initially picked up by the Pirates as an amateur free agent in 1958. His first season was...

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