All posts tagged "Willie Randolph"

  • Injury Updates
    Huntington: Decision To Be Made on Karstens; McDonald and Morton Updates

    Pirates general manager Neal Huntington made a rare appearance in Charleston, W.Va. for Sunday's game between the Lexington Legends and the West Virginia Power and I (along with the Charleston Daily Mail's Derek Redd, who covers the Power in addition to Marshall University sports) got the chance to ask him a few...

  • Pirates History
    This Date in Pirates History: July 6

    Four former Pittsburgh Pirates players born on this date. Today we stray from the usual “youngest player first” format to shine the spotlight on one of the better Pirates pitchers from the 1930’s, Cy Blanton. John Fredland recaps one of the longest games in Pirates history in his Jolly Roger Rewind. Cy...

  • Pirates History
    Trade History Between Pirates and Yankees

    It seems like recently the New York Yankees and Pittsburgh Pirates have been trade partners often but that wasn’t always the case between the two teams. During the early part of the Yankees existence, the franchise started as the Baltimore Orioles in 1901, the two teams almost never made a transaction of...

  • This Date in Pirates History
    This Date in Pirates History: December 11

    On this date in 1975 the Pittsburgh Pirates traded pitchers Ken Brett, Dock Ellis and rookie second baseman Willie Randolph to the New York Yankees for pitcher Doc Medich. Ellis went 96-80 in eight seasons in Pittsburgh, he was 30 at the time of the trade and went just 8-9 with a...

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