Pittsburgh Pirates, sports

It’s Official.

Move over, Geena Davis.


The Pirates are in a league of their own.

UPDATE! And then there’s this dubious achievement, from game two of the series: “In the midst of a disappointing season, the Chicago Cubs started a game like no team has in almost two decades. Aramis Ramirez, Geovany Soto and Kosuke Fukudome had two-run hits in a record-tying first inning and the Cubs handed the hapless Pittsburgh Pirates their 11th loss in 12 games, 9-4 on Tuesday night.”


5 thoughts on “It’s Official.

  1. This might seem like a hard question, but it’s not. The Bengals have had it bad, but not Pirates bad.

    During Pittsburgh’s 17-year streak of futility, the Bengals have 1) gone to the playoffs, and 2) had one winning season and five non-losing seasons. The Pirates have 1) not remotely contended for the playoffs, and 2) had zero winning seasons and zero non-losing seasons.

    Bengals fans have reason to be miserable. Pirates fans have reason to be suicidal.

    If we’re talking franchise history, then I’ll sympathize.

    1. I must disagree, because Bengals fans are douchebags. Pirates fans are funny.

      And Utah Jazz fans need to stop writing blog posts about the Utah Jazz. Seriously.

  2. Six of the Cubs’ last twenty eight games are against the Bucs. This couldn’t have come at a better time. Thanks, guys!

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