1904-05 Pirates Offseason

3 years ago

The 1904 Pittsburgh Pirates broke a string of three straight NL pennant winning seasons despite the fact they returned ...

Pirates 1904 Post-Season?

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As mentioned last week, the Pittsburgh Pirates finished the 1904 season on October 9th in 4th place with an ...

The 1904 Season: Part Two

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As mentioned previously, the Pittsburgh Pirates had lost their best starter to injury, Deacon Phillippe, on June 16 after his ...

The 1904 Pirates: Part One

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Last week we saw how the Pirates prepared themselves for the 1904 season and they definitely started the season ...

Finding Pitching in 1904

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The one thing the Pittsburgh Pirates learned from the 1903 World Series was that you can never have enough ...

1903 World Series: Game Seven

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Game seven of the 1903 World Series was originally scheduled for Friday October 9th. That day in Pittsburgh was ...

1903 World Series: Game Six

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After an 11-2 blowout loss in game five, the Pirates went to 25 game winner Sam Leever for game ...

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