1903 World Series: Game Five

After the Pirates barely held on to a 5-4 victory in game four to take a 3-1 lead in the best of nine series, they turned to Brickyard Kennedy to start game five against the great Cy Young. Kennedy had started just one game since August 9th and that was the last game of the regular season. He was a veteran of 12 seasons and 187 career wins. Game five of the 1903 World Series took place on Wednesday October 7th, which just happened to...

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Instructs Day Three: Lots of Pitching

The Pittsburgh Pirates played two games today against the New York Yankees at Pirate City.  The games took place simultaneously, with Luis Heredia starting on one field, and Nick Kingham starting on the other.  Fortunately, Pirate City allows you to watch both games at the same time, so I got to watch both players, all while getting some video of each starter, which I posted earlier today. Heredia pitched one inning, working in the...

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