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Pittsburgh Pirates Release 2013 Regular Season Schedule

Pittsburgh Pirates Release 2013 Regular Season Schedule

The Pirates today released the 2013 regular season schedule.

The Bucs open up the season at PNC Park versus Chicago Cubs on Monday, April 1. In addition there will be a total of 39 N.L. Central Divisional home games throughout the regular season -- including the first nine home games of the season -- against the St. Louis Cardinals, Chicago Cubs, Milwaukee Brewers and Cincinnati Reds as the five teams battle for the divisional crown.

Some highlights of the 2013 regular season include:

• April 1 thru April 4 vs. Chicago Cubs – Opening series against the Cubs.
• May 3 thru May 8 – A five-game homestand with the Washington Nationals and Seattle Mariners, who will
make their first trip to PNC Park since the 2004 season.
• May 29 and May 30 – As part of Major League Baseball’s new I...

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