Pittsburgh Pirates

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Pittsburgh Pirates
Location: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Year Founded: 1882
Colors: black, gold, white
Mascot: Pirate Parrot
Championships: 5
Website: http://pirates.mlb.com/
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The Pittsburgh Pirates are a Major League Baseball team in the National League Central Division. They are also known as the Bucs (short for Buccaneers). In 2009, they became the first American professional sports team to have 17 consecutive losing seasons.[1]

World Series Titles: 5 (1909, 1925, 1960, 1971, 1979)

Contents

Pitchers

  • 77 - D.J. Carrasco
  • 53 - Brendan Donnelly
  • 29 - Octavio Dotel
  • 57 - Zach Duke
  • 48 - Javier Lopez
  • 28 - Paul Maholm
  • 34 - Daniel McCutchen
  • 47 - Evan Meek
  • 37 - Charlie Morton
  • 49 - Ross Ohlendorf
  • 62 - Hayden Penn
  • 43 - Jack Taschner

Catchers

  • 41 - Ryan Doumit
  • 35 - Jason Jaramillo

Infielders

  • 13 - Ronny Cedeno
  • 6 - Jeff Clement
  • 2 - Bobby Crosby
  • 3 - Akinori Iwamura
  • 15 - Andy LaRoche

Outfielders

  • 19 - Ryan Church
  • 46 - Garrett Jones
  • 22 - Andrew McCutchen
  • 85 - Lastings Milledge
  • 58 - John Raynor
  • 24 - Delwyn Young

Minor League Affiliates

The minor league affiliates of the Pirates are:

  • AAA - Indianapolis Indians
  • AA - Altoona Curve
  • A Adv. - Lynchburg Hillcats
  • A - Hickory Crawdads
  • SS - State College Spikes

External links


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