For many of you the airing of grievances is a 365 day celebration when it comes to the Pirates, but today I’m going to have a little fun as I give you my top ten grievances for the Buccos because I’ve got ’em, and you’re gonna listen!
Every Pirate fan shares one top wish, to win. Expecting to see that in 2021 is probably premature especially since I just can’t see Ben Cherington being done moving players from the roster.
I’d love to be covering the World Series for everyone this year, but that was never in the cards for this club. That doesn’t mean we can’t take away some really important things from what we’ve watched.
There are always loose ends to every season, this one is going to leave more open ended thoughts than most. With only 19 games remaining, they’d be well served to not put more on the plate.
I have struggled all season, well, all twenty some games of it anyway, to understand what questions were actually being answered. Everybody seems to have an explanation, problem is each and every one leads to a contradiction point. Today, lets talk about some things I believe have been answered.
It’s easy in this day and age to allow yourself to get caught up in the minute by minute roller coaster as social media brings news and opinion to your doorstep.
This list is all the “best” Pirates to spend ten seasons in the Black and Gold. It will obviously not have a large representation in the modern era, and it should be pretty obvious, if you’re on this list, you were a damn good ball player.
The scariest part of writing a piece like this is how easy it would be to put together a top 20. This must improve to be blunt, but the Pirates have a new sheriff in town, here’s hoping he can find gold in all five rounds the league is giving him.
Over the years the Pirates have had a number of players who bounced around the diamond. Contributing where they were needed most before ultimately landing in the place we think of them playing. Here are my top 10.
Today, let’s look at players who for a time were arguably the best of the best at their position MLB wide.