Tag Archives: Pittsburgh Pirates

  • Cardinals Fan Videobombs Pittsburgh Reporter by Kissing Him (Video)

    Cardinals Fan Videobombs Pittsburgh Reporter by Kissing Him (Video)

    When you’re a sports reporter, you’ve got to expect that you are going to get videobomed by a bunch of drunks. It’s just part of the gig, and how you handle it—whether you choose to pretend like nothing is happening, or tackle the problem head on—is up to you. That being said, there’s really no […]

  • Pittsburgh Hospital Dresses Newborn Babies in Pirates Gear (Photos)

    Pittsburgh Hospital Dresses Newborn Babies in Pirates Gear (Photos)

    In an attempt to ensure that the youngest generation of Pittsburghers don’t have to wait their entire lives to celebrate postseason baseball, the people at St. Clair Hospital have been dressing every newborn baby in Pittsburgh Pirates gear.  And it is undoubtedly the cutest thing we’ve seen thus far from any of the MLB’s playoff […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 10/1/2013 — Russell Martin

    Stat Line of the Night — 10/1/2013 — Russell Martin

    For a long time the Pittsburgh Pirates have been the laughing stock of Major League Baseball, but on Tuesday they had the opportunity to put that shameful past behind them and record their first playoff victory since 1992.  They would capitalize on their opportunity thanks in large part to the bat of their Canadian catcher, […]

  • Grown Man Steamrolls Kid for Souvenir Baseball at Pirates Game (Video)

    Grown Man Steamrolls Kid for Souvenir Baseball at Pirates Game (Video)

    People will do just about anything to get their hands on a souvenir baseball at a Major League Baseball game.  They’ll leap into bushes, put their children in harm’s way, dive over railings, or even steamroll a child if it means grabbing even the most meaningless ball that makes its way into the stands during […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 7/10/2013 — Francisco Liriano

    Stat Line of the Night — 7/10/2013 — Francisco Liriano

    Despite owning the second-best record in the National League (53-36) heading into last night’s contest against the Oakland Athletics, the Pittsburgh Pirates still somehow ranked just 26th out of 30 MLB teams in runs scored.  So, what gives?  How can a team be so successful with such an inept offense? The Answer to that question […]