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The Question: What happened to the Pittsburgh Pirates? (After finishing in the cellar five times in the last seven years, the Pirates led the National League as late as June 6.)
BOBBY BRAGANManagerThat's a tough question. In the first 50 games we had the best one-two-three punch in baseballâ€”Ronnie Kline, Bob Friend and Dale ...
6 PITTSBURGH PIRATES
PLAYER TO WATCH ANDREW MCCUTCHEN Last season the misery continued in the Steel City as the Pirates lost more than 90 games for ...
IT'S HARD TO PASS THE BUCS
Chuck Tanner, the former White Sox and A's manager who is in his first season with the Pittsburgh Pirates, is a bundle of baseball clichés.
The Rockies' Lucky No. 7
How great was the '05 draft? Six teams passed on shortstop Troy Tulowitzki—and even after he led Colorado to the World Series, only one of them regrets it
As Pittsburgh manager Jim Leyland says, "Not only do you have to be a damn good team to win this division, you also have to be a damn good ...
Blame the Bosses
The owners' unjustified demands for a salary cap have shut down two sports and threaten a third
NOBODY THINKS IT'S THE DODGERS
Maury bats second for Pittsburgh, right behind Matty Alou, who led the league with .342 and stole 23 bases. With Wills on base, threatening to steal, Roberto ...
The 1968 Cincinnati Reds of Pete Rose, Tony Perez and Lee May hold the record, having outhit the runner-up Pittsburgh Pirates by 21 points.
Old Stonefingers—best show around Boston in years
Dick Stuart has captured Back Bay, sort of, by hitting home runs, fumbling ground balls and running his own TV sports program