Avast ye, matey’s! It has been said that Halley’s Comet might appear on Earth twice in a typical human lifetime. The same could be said of the Pittsburgh Pirates.
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The Pittsburgh Pirates beat the Colorado Rockies 4-3 in 14 innings Friday night.
Previewing the 2011 MLB season, we’ve already named the Phillies, Yankees and Red Sox the top World Series favorites.
We’ve ripped on the Pirates a number of times for a number of reasons. A few years ago their fans had a walkout to protest the ineptitude in the organization.
The Pittsburgh Pirates are rarely talked about. It’s been years since they’ve had anything to be excited about because they keep trading away all their decent or better players.
The Pirates have been an easy target for my derision lately, and that of MLB in general since ’92 — their last winning season.
I guess when you haven’t had a winning record since the days Terry Bradshaw was quarterbacking the Steelers, you’re bound to start thinking outside the box.
You’ve probably sat there a few times wondering exactly what no-trade clauses are, rather, why players have them in their contracts.