Being a fan of the Pittsburgh Pirates takes you on quite the roller coaster of emotions, and recently, CBS Sports Baseball Writer Matt Snyder took a shot at chronicling those moments.
A movement to have Pittsburgh Pirates’ legend Roberto Clemente canonized as a saint has gotten a show of support from The Vatican.
Students at Banksville Elementary School, decked from head to toe with Pirate Parrot hats and special No. 21 Roberto Clemente shirts, cheered for the Pittsburgh Pirates Wednesday afternoon.
Marcelino Cansino has given thousands of haircuts in his 61 years as a barber.
We called him “The Great One,” and for good reason. The most beloved Pittsburgh Pirate was an All-Star on the field and off.
his weekend, the seats at the Strand Theater in Zelienople will be filled with people to learn about Roberto Clemente’s life both on and off the field,
Forty years ago on New Year’s Eve, the Pirates lost a hero who transcended his sport. Roberto Clemente’s plane, bearing supplies for earthquake victims in Nicaragua, went down in the Atlantic.
Pirates legend Roberto Clemente was on a mission of mercy to earthquake victims in Nicaragua, when his plane went down in the Atlantic New Year’s Eve 40 years ago.
It was almost 40 years ago that Pittsburgh Pirates’ great Roberto Clemente died in a plane crash. He was working to deliver relief supplies to earthquake victims in Nicaragua at the time. Now, the current Pirates are working to honor the Pittsburgh sports legend.