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Don't you think Jack Sparrow, Johnny Depp's ornery character in Disney's Pirate of the Caribbean movies, would make a great shortstop in Pittsburgh? His lighting-quick hands and uncanny instincts would pay tremendous dividends in the field and at the plate for the Pirates. Well, Depp won't be making an appearance in a Pirates' uniform any time soon. But there will be plenty of stars at PNC Park. In fact, Pittsburgh Pirates tickets are full of hidden treasures.
The Pirates' pair of All-Stars, dynamic shortstop Freddy Sanchez and slugger Jason Bay, are demanding the attention of baseball fans across the nation. Sanchez's nightly highlight defensive plays and Bay's mammoth blasts are putting the excitement back in Pittsburgh Pirates tickets. With these two rising superstars in the line-up, who needs Depp?
PNC Park, Pitsburgh Pirates - The Pittsburgh Pirates aren't the most celebrated team on the field in the past few years, but the beautiful PNC Park was quite a gift in 2001. With only two decks, unheard of for most baseball stadiums, it has the smallest capacity of all the MLB ball parks and provides comfort when viewing the game. With a sight for sore eyes, PNC Park is enriched with speckles of its trademark gold color. The stadium is on the Allegheny River banks. It overlooks a beautiful view of downtown Pittsburgh, and also the gold painted Roberto Clamente Bridge. On game days, traffic is closed on the bridge, which allows people to walk to the stadium. The Clemente Bridge leads people to the busy River Walk, directly behind the outfield.
Pirates' Morton aims to build on last season
Lyndy's Sports Annuals
Mar 4, 2014; Lakeland, FL, USA; Pittsburgh Pirates starting pitcher Charlie Morton (50) throws a pitch during the first inning of a spring training game against the Detroit Tigers at Joker Marchant Stadium. Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports. Life is good for ...
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The Edison Volquez Project
Everybody has heard it by now….the Pittsburgh Pirates are undertaking another (Insert Underperforming Starter Name Here) Project. The 2014 version is The Edison Volquez Project. It's not been real pretty thus far. In two outings Volquez has allowed three ...
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Pirates' Cole slated to get work in
BRADENTON, Fla. — The Pittsburgh Pirates' spring training game against the Toronto Blue Jays was rained out Thursday and will not be made up. Pirates right-hander Gerrit Cole, who was slated to start against Toronto, was scheduled to pitch against ...
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Fantasy baseball team previews: Pittsburgh Pirates
Andrew McCutchen played like an MVP from wire-to-wire, Francisco Liriano revived his career, youngsters Starling Marte and Gerrit Cole arrived in full force, and the Pirates eclipsed .500 and returned to the playoffs for the first time since 1992. While the ...
Pirates beat up on Brandon Morrow, Blue Jays
Brandon Morrow allowed five runs and six hits over three innings in the Toronto Blue Jays' 6-4 loss Wednesday to the Pittsburgh Pirates. Morrow was making his second appearance since a season-ending forearm injury last May. On Feb. 28, the right-hander ...
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