Ahead of the Pirates first playoff appearance in 20 years, a rally will be held Monday to get the fans fired up for the big Wild Card game.
The preliminaries are done. On to Pittsburgh and the playoffs.
Tickets for Tuesday’s post-season game at PNC Park are going to be near impossible to get.
Major League Baseball has made it official.
Fans just can’t get enough of the Pirates these days. The first baseball post-season in Pittsburgh in more than 20 years is really something to celebrate.
Marlon Byrd had three hits and Pedro Alvarez hit a two-run homer high off the batter’s eye on Friday night, leading the Pittsburgh Pirates over the Cincinnati Reds 4-1 in a series that could decide the NL wild-card game host.
The Pirates are looking at their first postseason game in 21 years. Most likely, it’ll be a one-game Wild Card showdown with the Cincinnati Reds.
Andrew states a case for this being the year of the underdog in baseball.
From the jaws of even more heartache, the Pirates pulled out a gem at Wrigley Field’s historic home plate. Then, a short time later, the celebration was on as the Washington Nationals lost and the Pirates were assured post-season action.
For the first time since 1992, the Pittsburgh Pirates are playoff-bound, and team president Frank Coonelly reacts with Vinnie & Cook on Sportsradio 93-7 The Fan.
It was the “out” call heard around the National League. The Pirates not only won the game in Chicago, but the Washington Nationals lost to the Saint Louis Cardinals.
To celebrate the Pirates clinching a berth in the 2013 MLB Playoffs- their first postseason appearance since 1992- The Fan Morning Show put together an audio montage paying tribute to this special team.
It has taken two decades of patience by the fans and a season of hard work, but the 2013 Pittsburgh Pirates are on the brink of delivering to fans the excitement of post-season baseball.
If you’re looking to buy tickets for Pirates post-season games, here’s what you need to know.
Coming off a sweep of the Rangers in Texas, Andrew believes that we can safely project the roster that the Pirates will take into at least one playoff game early next month.