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The Pittsburgh Pirates have had a rough couple of days. The Pirates spirits were high from a couple of wins, but those spirits were quickly crushed when they faced off against the New York Mets. The Mets basically annihilated the Pirates the entire game, scoring 11 runs in total. The Pirates were able to scratch in a couple of runs in the ninth inning, ending the game at 2-11. The biggest problem about this loss is that the Mets were missing some key players and were still able to crush the Pirates. Watch the Pirates in their next three-game series against the Chicago Cubs. Tickets are still available and start at $43 each.
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The Pittsburgh Pirates absolutely demolished the Arizona Diamondbacks last night. They not only beat the visiting team, they blew them out 12-1. Pittsburgh fans knew it was going to be a good night when three runs were scored in the bottom of the third. Then, they tacked on three more unanswered runs in the third. The Diamondbacks continued to show no signs of life as the Pirates scored another set of three runs each in the sixth and seventh innings. It was a beautiful display for fans at the game, who may as well have been at a home run derby. Tickets to tomorrow’s closing game against the Diamondbacks start at $7.

Long innings were a factor for the Pirates versus Cardinals in St. Louis Sunday. Both teams had 33 pitches in at least one inning, resulting in tired arms and an active bullpen. Gerrit Cole started for the Pittsburgh Pirates and lasted four innings while managing to keep his opponents scoreless. St. Louis starting pitcher Michael Wacha performed well, but a two-run blast from John Jaso gave Pittsburgh a 3-1 lead. By the end of the night, the Pirates had scored seven more and got the eventual 10-5 win. They’ll head to Chicago this weekend for a series against the Cubs before returning to Pittsburgh to take on the Atlanta Braves. Tickets for Monday, May 16, start at less than $10—get yours today!

The Pittsburgh Pirates absolutely demolished the Colorado Rockies on the road in Denver last night, beating the home team 6-1. It was an embarrassing night for the Rockies, who struggled to get any offense going in between bouts of bad weather. The Pirates, on the other hand, scored in the fifth, seventh, and eighth innings and ultimately won the game. This is just the first of four games in Denver, so be sure to look out for a potential sweep. Pittsburgh will return to PNC Park on Friday, April 29 to take on the Cincinnati Reds. Tickets are already available starting at prices as low as $18. Secure your seats now!

The final week of Spring Training saw the Pirates have a few losses, but they ended strong. They tied the Red Sox on March 30 and then beat the Rays 13-8. They have an exhibition game in Indianapolis against the Reds on April 2. Then, they have their home opener on April 3 to start the season against the Cardinals. Francisco Lariano is scheduled to start on the mound for Opening Day, which makes it his third consecutive season to begin. The Pirates versus Cardinals game is the fist regular season game for the whole league. You can still get tickets to catch the action in person, with prices starting at $59.

3/18/16 - The new season is nearly here for the Pittsburgh Pirates. Currently, they are getting their footing in the preseason. While the Pirates were able to win their first preseason match, against the Detroit Tigers, they have not fared as well since. Right now, the Pirates have a record of 5-10. Fans are hoping they will figure out their game plan before the season kicks off on April 3rd. To start off, the Pirates are hosting the Arizona Cardinals in what is sure to be an exciting game. Tickets are still available, starting as low as $87. Come out and cheer the Pirates on in their very first game of the season.

2015 Season

10/8/15 - As quickly as it arrived, “Buctober” came to an end. The Pittsburgh Pirates were downed by Jake Arrieta and the Chicago Cubs in the NL Wild Card Game, eliminating the Bucs from competition in 2015. It was an unsatisfying end to a great season for Pittsburgh, who posted a 98-64 record, second best in all of baseball. They had the misfortune of playing in the same division as the Cardinals, whose 100-62 finish was too much to overcome for an assured NLDS spot. Andrew McCutchen and his squad will retool and come back stronger next season—pick up your 2016 MLB tickets early and enjoy access to all the hottest seats today!

10/1/15 - The Pittsburgh Pirates are currently the number two team in the entire league, with a record of 95-62. They just finished an eight-game winning streak, and they have one more home set to go before the season finishes. Needless to say, the Pirates have had an incredible season so far. It is very likely that they will compete in the postseason, but nothing has been announced yet. Be sure to keep an eye out for dates and tickets for the National League Division Series, Championship Series, and World Series. With the Pirates doing so well this year, fans should expect great thing once the postseason gets rolling. Tickets for their next regular home game start at $15.

9/24/15 - The Pittsburgh Pirates are on a roll with six consecutive wins. After losing the first game against the Dodgers, they finished the series 2-1 and then swept a four-game series against the Rockies. In the third game against the Rockies, the Pirates secured their place in the postseason for the third year running. The next night, the game appeared to be in the favor of the Rockies, but the Pirates rallied in the eighth inning to get ahead, thanks to Pedro Alvarez' three-run homer with two outs left. The Pirates next head to Chicago to play the Cubs for three games starting on September 25 before returning home to host the Cardinals. It is not too late to catch the Pirates play in person, with ticket prices starting at $34.

9/17/15 - Fans were slightly worried when the Pittsburgh Pirates lost their first game back on their own field against the Milwaukee Brewers. Sure enough, however, the Pirates were able to win four consecutive matches following their single loss. The Chicago Cubs gave them a little more trouble, and handed the Pirates three more losses. Even though they only won half of their matchups during this home series, their victories were very impressive, while their losses were only by one or two runs. The Pirates are hitting the road now. They will return for their final home series on September 29th. Only six home games remain, so be sure to get your tickets now. You can attend their first game back in Pittsburgh for as little as $19.

9/10/15 - The Pittsburgh Pirates are done with the series of away games. There were some rough patches, but they managed to end really strong, taking four victories during their last six matches. Now that they are on their own field again, fans are expecting great thing, though they have lost their first game back. Hopefully the Pirates were just getting used to their home field again and they will start racking up victories soon. They only have two sets back before heading out again, for a total of eight games, so be sure to secure your spot in the stands now. They head out on September 17th, so get your tickets by then. During that time, they will be hosting the Milwaukee Brewers and the Chicago Cubs.

9/4/15 - Even though the Pittsburgh Pirates are trailing the Cardinals by seven wins in the NL Central division, they are still one of the best baseball teams this season. At the end of August the Pirates played well and won five of their six games. However, things have taken a turn for the worse as they play against the Brewers in their three-game series. The Brewers have been outscoring the Pirates by four or more runs in both games and could possibly sweep the Pirates during their September 3 game. Stretch your summer out even longer by purchasing a ticket to see the Pirates live. There is nothing better than watching some live baseball after a long day of work. Get your tickets from us today!

8/26/15 - After winning three games in a row, the Pittsburgh Pirates broke a budding winning streak with a loss against the Marlins. In the first of four games against the Marlins, the Pirates won 5-2. A double by Andrew McCutchen brought in two runs to get the Pirates on the board in the third inning. A sacrifice fly by Neil Walker brought the score to 3-0 in the seventh, but the Marlins scored the same inning. An RBI single by Gregory Polanco and a score on a walk increased the Pirates lead, and they were able to take away the victory. The next night, they once again got on the board first, but they were unable to beat the Marlins. They play again on the 26th and 27th, with tickets as low as $4.

8/21/15 - The Central division in the National League is as tough as they come, and the Pittsburgh Pirates are one big reason why. The Bucs picked up their 71st win of the 2015 season on Wednesday, knocking off the Diamondbacks 4-1 behind a vintage performance from veteran starter J.A. Happ. Pittsburgh started early with three runs in the bottom of the second, adding on one more for insurance in the eighth. The victory puts them five games back of St. Louis for the division lead and 3.5 ahead of the Cubs for the first Wild Card spot. They’ll look to keep up their winning ways on Monday when they open a four-game set against the Marlins on the road. Get your seats for Pittsburgh vs. Miami starting at $17!

8/13/15 - The Pittsburgh Pirates ended their set against the Chicago Cubs with a strong win and followed it up by beating out the Los Angeles Dodgers in each of their matchups. They even managed to score an incredible 13 runs in their final home game. This means the Pirates got up to a four game winning streak. Unfortunately, they had a little more trouble when they hit the road and took on the St. Louis Cardinals. The Cardinals are currently the number one team in the whole league, so the Pirates have their work cut out for them. They will return to Pittsburgh on August 17th to play the Arizona Diamondbacks. Get your tickets early to secure your place in the stands. They start for as little as $10.

8/6/15 - The Pittsburgh Pirates went 2-2 against the Reds in a four game series. The first night, the Reds dominated, winning 15-5. The Pirates did not let that stand and came back the next night to win 5-4. The third game was another close one, but the Reds were the ones to take home the victory. The Pirates shut out the Reds in their last meeting, where Starling Marte had a two-run double and Neil Walker had a homer. The first game in a three game series against the Cubs was postponed, and the Cubs took the win the second night. The two teams face each other again on the 5th, and then the Pirates host the Dodgers for three games starting on the 7th. You can get tickets as low as $21 to see the Pirates play in person.

7/30/15 - The Pittsburgh Pirates have had a good season and are in second place in the NL Central Division and are closely trailing the first place team, the Cardinals. The beginning of July the Pirates were off to a great start, sweeping the Cardinals in three very tight games. After the high of beating the number one team in the NL Central Division the Pirates went into a bit of a slump. They were then swept by the Minnesota Brewers and only won one game in their next three-game series against the Kansas City Royals. So far things are looking good against the Nationals in game one with a 7-3 win for the Pirates. Watch the rest of that series this weekend. Tickets are still available and start at $48.

7/23/15 - The Pittsburgh Pirates have had a good season and are in second place in the NL Central Division and are closely trailing the first place team, the Cardinals. The beginning of July the Pirates were off to a great start, sweeping the Cardinals in three very tight games. After the high of beating the number one team in the NL Central Division the Pirates went into a bit of a slump. They were then swept by the Minnesota Brewers and only won one game in their next three-game series against the Kansas City Royals. So far things are looking good against the Nationals in game one with a 7-3 win for the Pirates. Watch the rest of that series this weekend. Tickets are still available and start at $48.

7/15/15 - This most recent set may be the most impressive accomplishment for the Pittsburgh Pirates this season. They took on the St. Louis Cardinals, who are currently the top team in the league and the only team above the Pirates in the NL Central Division, and came away with three victories out of four games. In fact, that one loss is the only defeat the Pirates have suffered in the last nine games. This matchup moved the Pirates closer to the top of the league by leaps and bounds. They now leave Pittsburgh on a short series of away games. Hopefully they will be able to maintain their momentum as they travel. The Pirates will make their big return on July 23rd. Tickets start as low as $26.

7/9/15 - Last week, the Pittsburgh Pirates were almost unstoppable. Since then, they have been playing just as well or possibly even more impressively. Through sets with the Cleveland Indians and the San Diego Padres, the Pirates have racked up a four-game winning streak. While they have been playing extremely well, the St. Louis Cardinals, who are the only team above them in the NL Central Division, have been doing nearly as well. The Pirates are closing on the top position, however, now only being five wins behind them. That may change soon; the Pirates will be playing the St. Louis Cardinals next, which means one will have to beat out the other. If they are going to make a play to overtake St. Louis, this will be their best opportunity.

7/2/15 - The Pittsburgh Pirates are on a roll. They won two out of three games against the Atlanta Braves, scoring an impressive eight runs on June 27th. Then they travelled to Detroit to take on the Tigers and came away without a single loss. Now the Pirates are returning to Pittsburgh, ready to meet the Cleveland Indians head-on. Even though the Pirates are doing exceptionally well right now, they have a big of a gap to cross before catching up with the division leaders, the St. Louis Cardinals. The Pirates are secure in second place, but they are six wins behind the Cardinals. If they keep winning like they have been, they will catch up in no time. Starting on July 3rd, the Pirates begin a long series of home games.

6/25/15 - The Pittsburgh Pirates' winning streak ended when they lost three games against the Nationals. However, they came back with a win in the first game against the Reds. The Reds came out swinging, scoring three runs in the top of the first inning. The Pirates had a powerful fourth inning, in which they scored seven runs for the win. Franscisco Cervelli and Andrew McCutchen both had a home run in the inning. The next night, the Reds once again came out and scored four runs right off the bat. However, the Pirates were unable to come back to win. The two teams meet up again on the 25, and then the Pirates start a three game series at home against the Braves on the 26. Tickets for the games are still available, with prices starting at $18.

6/18/15 - The Pittsburgh Pirates are on a seven-game winning streak, sweeping their games against the Phillies, and on their way to a sweep against the White Sox. In Wednesday night’s game against the Sox, Jeff Locke struck out a season-high eight for the 3-2 win. The Pirates have a 38-27 record, for second place on the NL Central leaderboard. This weekend, the Pirates are out on the road facing the Washington Nationals. They come back to PNC Park on Tuesday (6/23) to host the Cincinnati Reds in three games. Tickets start at $5 for this game, and great seats are still available for all three games. Check out all the games you want to see this season and get your tickets now to see your hometown team.

6/9/15 - Left fielder Starling Marte scored the only run for the Pittsburgh Pirates in Tuesday’s game against the Milwaukee Brewers, but it wasn’t enough to beat the Brewers. In a 4-1 loss, the Pirates gained their second straight loss for a 31-27 record in the NL Central. The Pirates have home games over the weekend against their longtime local rivals, the Philadelphia Phillies. Great seats are still available for Friday’s (6/12) game, starting at $23. You’ll want to get out to PNC Park to show your support and cheer for the home team. Next Monday (6/15), the Pirates host the Chicago White Sox in two games before taking off to Chicago to face them on their home field. Help the Pirates get the victory and enjoy some great baseball.

6/4/15 - The Pittsburgh Pirates swept their three games against the San Francisco Giants, giving them a 29-24 record, good for second place on the NL Central leaderboard. Both Pedro Alvarez and Andrew McCutchen drove in two runs in Tuesday’s game, and the Pirates took it 7-4. The Pirates are in Atlanta this weekend, with three games against the Braves. They come back to PNC Park on Monday (6/8) to host the Milwaukee Brewers. Tickets start at $5, which is a bargain when you want to bring the family out for an evening of fun. Don’t forget to grab your tickets for next weekend’s games against their local rivals, the Pittsburgh Pirates. Come out to the ballpark and enjoy America’s game. Show your support for your home team and have a great time.

5/28/15 - The Pittsburgh Pirates are turning on the heat with their six-game winning streak. With their 24-22 record, they’re in third place in the NL Central, but hoping to move ahead. The Pirates swept the series against the Marlins, and they have their longest winning streak since June 20-30, 2013. In the final game against the Marlins, the Pirates picked up five runs in the seventh, while they had two outs on the board. The final score was 2-5. The Pirates go out on the road this weekend for their next 10 games, so you’ll want to pick up your tickets now for their next home game on Monday (6/8) against the Milwaukee Brewers. Prices start at $4 for seats in the Grandstand Section for this evening game.

5/22/15 - The Pittsburgh Pirates managed to end their four game losing streak against the Chicago Cubs on May 17th. The Pirates scored two runs in the eighth inning, taking them to 3-0 in the shutout victory. This win also brings them to 18-21, which ties them with the Cincinnati Reds for third in the NL Central Division. The Pirates have three sets on their own field before hitting the road again on May 28th. Be sure to catch them live before then. Tickets for the New York Mets opener start at only $21 and all games in that set can be purchased inexpensively. Then, the Pirates prepare to take on the Miami Marlins. The next several games are going to be important in breaking this tie.

5/14/15 - The Pittsburgh Pirates had a four-game winning streak until their four-game series in Philadelphia against their local rivals, the Phillies. The Pirates picked up the first two games with a 4-3 and 7-2 win, but then the Phillies rallied to split the series. With their 17-18 record, the Pirates sit in fourth in the NL Central. Don’t wait to get your tickets for the next time the Pirates are in town for home games against the Minnesota Twins. On Tuesday (5/19) and Wednesday (5/20), you can catch your team in evening games. Tickets start at $5, and there are plenty of great seats available to get the best view. Don’t wait to get your tickets for next weekend’s three-game series against the New York Mets starting on Friday (5/22).

5/8/15 - The Pittsburgh Pirates has a strong start to the season, but they have been struggling recently. Their losses have just started to outweigh their victories, with their record currently sitting at 13-15. It seems like the St. Louis Cardinals might have given them the most trouble because the Pirates lost all three games in their set. Unfortunately, Pittsburgh couldn't get their energy back and struggled against the Cincinnati Reds as well, taking their losing streak all the way up to five games. The Pirates have, however finally managed to break their losing streak and took a win in their final matchup against the Reds with 2-7. It is impossible to say if the Pirates are past their slump, but fans are excited to find out.

4/28/15 - The Pittsburgh Pirates had a five-game winning streak going until the Chicago Cubs shut them out on Monday’s night with a final score of 0-4. Pirates’ pitcher Vance Worley gave up 9 hits and four runs in six innings for his second loss of the season. ESPN selected two players from the Pirates’ lineup as one of the MLB top 25 players. Pitcher Gerrit Cole landed at number 9 and outfielder Gregory Polanco in the number 12 spot. Get your tickets now for the upcoming home games at PNC Park against the Cincinnati Reds, beginning on Tuesday (5/5) evening. Tickets start at just $4. The Reds will be in town for three games, wrapping up on Thursday evening. Come on down for some great baseball, ballpark food, and the camaraderie of the fans.

4/23/15 - The Pittsburgh Pirates swept their three games against the Milwaukee Brewers, but then they lost their next two games against the Cubs. The Pirates may have been a little off their game after a fan was injured by a foul ball that struck her through the protective netting. It was a rare injury that paused the game for around 25 minutes. The fan is fine, and the games against the Cubs continue. Get your tickets for the game on Thursday (4/23) starting at $4. The Pirates go out on the road until May 5, when the Cincinnati Reds join the Pirates at PNC Park. You’ll want to get your tickets now for the best seats in the ballpark. Come out and enjoy some great baseball and cheer for the home team.

4/17/15 - The Pittsburgh Pirates had two winning games, then the Tigers snapped the streak when they shutout the Pirates in a 2-0 loss. The Pirates took their home opener in 4-5 win, giving Gerrit Cole, the starting pitcher success in his first home game of the 2015 Season. This weekend, the Pirates host the Milwaukee Brewers in a three-game series beginning on Friday (4/17) evening. Tickets start at $9, making them a great way to unwind after a long day at work. Saturday and Sunday offer games against the Brewers, then on Monday (4/20) the Chicago Cubs come to town for a four-game series. PNC Park will be alive with baseball fans who are cheering the home team on to victory. Don’t miss out on some great games.

4/10/15 - The Pittsburgh Pirates have lost their first two games of the 2015 MLB Season against the Cincinnati Reds. On Opening Day, the score was 2-5, with the Pirates getting seven hits. The Pirates faired a little better in Wednesday’s game, the second of three against the Reds, but still couldn’t pull out a win with the final score 4-5. The Pirates are out on the road against the Milwaukee Brewers over the weekend, and come home to PNC Park on Monday (4/13) for their home opener against the Detroit Tigers. Come out for an afternoon game with tickets starting at $45. The Tigers have two more games in Pittsburgh before the Pirates get a day off. Tuesday and Wednesday games are in the evening, so when you get off work, come down to the ballpark for a great game.

4/3/15 - The Pittsburgh Pirates had a rare spring training game when the benches cleared out in the fifth inning. The Phillies’ first base coach and the Pirates’ third base coach began yelling at each other and were ejected from the game. The Pirates routed the Phillies at 18-4, even though their manager was also ejected in the sixth inning. The Pirates wrapped up their spring training with a 15-10 record, putting them in third place behind the New York Mets and Toronto Blue Jays. The Pirates are out on the road in the upcoming week, playing in Cincinnati for three games then in Milwaukee for three games. The Pirates’ home opener is on Monday (4/13) against the Detroit Tigers, and tickets are available for the best seats in the house.

3/27/15 - The Pittsburgh Pirates are on a two game losing streak after disappointing losses to the Orioles (2-9) and to the Braves (5-7) this past week. The Pirates have a 10-10 record in the Grapefruit League as spring training enters its final week. Sports Illustrated is predicting a great year for the Pirates with their current roster being above average. They also have some great coaches, which could help them get to the top for their first division title 1992, back when George H.W. Bush was president. Come out to McKechnie Field this Saturday (3/28) to see the Pirates host the Toronto Blue Jays. Tickets start at $8. On Monday, their final home game of the 2015 spring training season, the Pirates host their long-time local rival, the Philadelphia Phillies.

3/18/15 - In Tuesday’s game against the Houston Astros, the Pittsburgh Pirates ended up on the bottom with a final score of 13-7. Pitcher Jeff Locke gave away six runs in two innings, with Deolis Guerra allowing another three runs in the short time he was on the mound. In the game on Friday (3/20), the Pirates take on the Philadelphia Phillies. The next day, Saturday, it’s the Boston Red Sox. Tickets for either of these games start at $16. Next week, catch Tuesday’s game (3/24) against the Baltimore Orioles or Thursday’s against the Atlanta Braves. You can get tickets starting at $10 for one of these two games. Catch America’s game during spring training and see why it’s loved by so many people. It’s a great afternoon of fun.

3/13/15 - The Pittsburgh Pirates have won four games, lost four games, and tied two after 10 days in the Grapefruit League. After a win against the Tampa Bay Rays on Tuesday, the Pirates lost their next two games against the Philadelphia Phillies and the Boston Red Sox. The Pirates let Boston score four runs in the third inning, with another in the fourth, for a final score of 5-1. The Pirates host the Baltimore Orioles on Sunday (3/15) at their spring training field. Get your tickets starting at $17 for a weekend treat! On Tuesday (3/17), the Houston Astros face the Pirates, then on Wednesday it’s the Detroit Tigers. Pittsburgh has a chance for redemption on Friday (3/20) when they host the Philadelphia Phillies. Get tickets for all of these games right here.

3/6/15 - The Pittsburgh Pirates have a win and loss in the Grapefruit League after two games, both against the Toronto Blue Jays. The opening game win came in with a final score of 8-7, complements of Pedro Alvarez and Jung Ho Kang, who got his first major league homer. Kang is a rookie signed to a four-year contract with the Pirates. In the Nexus Heroes of the Korean Baseball Organization, he hit 40 homers in 117 games. The Pirates have two upcoming home games in the next week at McKechnie Field. The Tampa Bay Rays play on Saturday (3/7). We have tickets starting at $19. It’s wholesome entertainment for the whole family. On Monday (3/9), the Pirates host the Minnesota Twins. For just $7 and up, you can watch two great teams play an exciting game.

2/27/15 - The Pittsburgh Pirates have gone to the postseason two years in a row and many are excited to see if they will be able to pull it off again. The 2015 season is right around the corner and the team is as strong as ever. Once again, the roster has been changed up to improve the team. Gregory Polanco, in particular, looks ready to take on the world. Fans will get their first taste on March 2nd when the Pirates begin their preseason with a intrasquad game. You can catch that game, or any of the other 15 home games during spring training, for less than $20. If the Pirates really do have what it takes to go all the way this season, these early games should be very exciting.

2/6/15 - With less than a month remaining before Spring Training begins, the Pittsburgh Pirates are preparing their team to start the season strong by changing their roster to create the strongest team possible. They have thirteen newcomers, with six of them pitchers. The latest addition is Arquimedes Caminero from a cash trade with the Marlins. He is a right-handed reliever with a fastball that can reach up to 100 mph. Although he ahs an impressive resume, he faces stiff competition in the bullpen, including from three other newcomers for the bullpen: Rob Scahill, Radhames Liz, and Blake Wood. The Pirates will have a chance to test the strength and skills of their new bullpen in their first game of Spring Training on March 4 against the Toronto Blue Jays at McKechnie Field. Tickets start at $14.

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