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Baseball’s Black Pioneers | 50 Years Ago Today The Pittsburgh Pirates Fielded MLB’s First...

With Black participation in MLB sitting at just under 8 percent (and rising) it's important to acknowledge the African-American players who have paved the...

Chris Archer Is Looking To Break Out With The Pittsburgh Pirates


Chris Archer's MLB career has been somewhat of an enigma. Hes a two-time All-Star but has a career los

Good Morning: The Pittsburgh Pirates Finally Ended Their 21-Year Old Playoff Drought


The Pittsburgh Pirates clinched their first playoff spot in 21 years, beating the Chicago Cubs 2-1 and spraying the Wrigley Fie

Andrew McCutchen: Pittsburgh’s Burden, San Francisco’s Fortune


Pittsburgh Pirates fans knew that doomsday would come. But they are still very pissed that ownership totally ignored their voices in eagerly and callously ridding the franchise of beloved five-time All-Star and former MVP and Gold Glove winning cen

Good Morning: Dream’s Over, Pittsburgh


Adam Wainwright pitched a complete game to end the Pittsburgh PIrates' World Series dream with a 6-1 victory. The Cards will meet t

The Pirates Flipped The Switch On Cincinnati’s Hype Machine 


We’ve been lying all season about Pittsburgh’s inability to produce at the plate. This idea that the Pirates didn’t have the bats to really keep up is a fallacy, and that’s not just an overreaction to a one-and-done Wild Car

After A 21-Year Starvation Diet, The Pirates Are Back At The Postseason Table


There are rules to the sports fandom we dedicate our free time towards. A “sports commandments” if you will, that highlights and itemizes whatever consideration you have about your particular team. 

These rules exist in the

Pirates Are No Longer The Biggest Losers


Pittsburgh Pirates fans don’t have to travel to Disney World to realize their dreams any longer. On Monday, the Pirates secured their 82

Pirates “Pitt of Hell” Is Blazing Their Comp’


The last time TSL wrote about the Pittsburgh Pirates, Andrew McCutchen and the boys were trying to turn baseball’s Saigon in

MLB Brothers Balling: Rajai Davis Is A Vital Veteran


Some might call Cleveland Indians outfielder Rajai Davis a journeyman. The 35 year old from Norwich, Connecticut was drafted by the Pittsburgh Pirates in the 38th round (1,134th overall) of the 2001 Major League Baseball Draft as a second baseman.