Pittsburgh Pirates

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Argh. That's what Pirates fans say after this team loses a one-run game. They say it almost every day.
Wait, you're telling me that there's a baseball team that plays in Pittsburgh? Bullshit.

The Pirates are currently in year nine sixteen eighteen of a "three year plan", except now they're actually headed by competent management.

Need to be sold to Mark Cuban ASAP, especially since he failed to buy the Rangers.

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Actual Facts

  • In 2008 they had a Tom Gorzelanny bobble head night. Seriously, Tom Gorzelanny.
  • The Pittsburgh Pirates have existed since roughly the dawn of baseball.
  • The Pittsburgh Pirates lost the first World Series ever.
  • A few years later, the Pirates actually won the World Series. Then later they won another. Then a few more decades later. Yeah, they did.
    • In fact, they once beat the Yankees for it.
The accuracy of this statement is disputed.
Please see the discussion on the talk page.

Robert Clemente

Was literally the greatest man in the history of baseball until he died doing what he loved: being better than you.

Seriously he would have gone down as like the best player ever if he hadn't been killed in a plane crash. And he was big on that charity stuff. That's why they put him in the Hall of Fame like immediately. That, and 3000 hits.

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