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The Pittsburgh Pirates will go for the sweep on Sunday against MLB's best team, the Philadelphia Phillies. After winning a wild game on Friday, the Pirates handled the Phillies more easily on Saturday, with a 4-1 win...
Thomas Harrington struck out ten on Saturday night for Altoona, giving him his second double-digit strikeout game this month. Harrington threw six innings, allowing one run on three hits, with no walks and the ten strikeouts. This...

Card of the Day: 1909 E90 Dots Miller

Today's Card of the Day is one that has many variations, though it's most likely not from intentional changes. Today we look at the...

Morning Report: A Retirement, An Injury, and Something You Won’t Want to Miss

Some news, notes and a cool piece of memorabilia on a Wednesday morning. ** Erik Lunde announced his retirement on Monday. He was an 18th...

Pittsburgh Pirates Infielder, Dots Miller

During the 1909 season, the Pittsburgh Pirates won their first World Series title, winning 110 games during the regular season, then defeating the Detroit...

The 1910 Pittsburgh Pirates Season: Part Five

Through August 1st of the 1910 Pittsburgh Pirates season, the defending World Series champs had gone 50-36, putting them in third place. The Giants...

The 1910 Pittsburgh Pirates Season: Part Four

The 1910 Pittsburgh Pirates were tied for third place in the middle of July with the Reds as the second place New York Giants...

The 1910 Pittsburgh Pirates Season: Part Three

The Pittsburgh Pirates opened up their 1910 season strong, hoping to defend their World Series title. Things quickly went downhill as the weather played...

This Date in Pirates History: June 23

Two former Pittsburgh Pirates pitchers born on this date, as well as one trade to recap. John Fredland goes back 93 years in his...

The 1910 Pittsburgh Pirates Season: Part Two

The Pirates opened up the 1910 season with a 16-9 record before losing six in a row in late May, pushing them into fourth place...

The Pirates 1909-10 Off-Season: One Big Change

The 1909 Pittsburgh Pirates won the World Series over the Detroit Tigers in seven games, the first title in franchise history. The off-season that...

The 1909 World Series: Game Seven

After the Pirates took a three games to two lead in Pittsburgh, Detroit was able to pull out a close one in game six...

The 1909 World Series: Game Six

The Pittsburgh Pirates had a chance to close out their first World Series title in game six of the 1909 series. Just one day...

The 1909 World Series: Game Five

The Pittsburgh Pirates were shut down in game four of the 1909 World Series by the strong pitching of Detroit Tigers ace, George Mullin....
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