When the Pirates win, they dance.
At least that’s been the case in the 2018 season, when post-game dancing celebrations, largely publicized on outfielder Gregory Polanco’s Instagram page.
With the Pirates and Cubs embroiled in a three-day long feud through the media over how far Javier Baez flipped his bat after he popped out on Wednesday, it’s a bit of an interesting dichotomy.
But Pirates manager Clint Hurdle doesn’t see a problem with the Pirates celebrating their victories in the clubhouse in whatever fashion they see fit.
"The more music, the better off you’re going,” Hurdle said. “I enjoy it because most of the time, I get people in here and they go, ‘Don’t you have a volume control?’ No, I don’t. I’ve got nothing. I don’t even know how to work (the TV in my office), let...
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