Pirates unveil updated road jerseys
The first three seasons of the Pirates they won the National League East those remain the franchise most recent division titles.
thing about (the script) is that (era) is, like, in my sweet spot, said new manager Derek Shelton, who is 49. height of those games. That when those jerseys were being worn when I was in college. So, yeah, I digging them. Someone told me they like the gray ones. I like the black a lot. I think the black ones look sweet. The move away from the script came when the team moved into PNC Park.
This time, the font change coincides with a new manager and new general manager.
a new logo to go with our new mentality and our new edge and new culture in this clubhouse is cool, Musgrove said.
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