Reality can really be a drag at times. Especially when your reality is that of a Pittsburgh Pirates fan. For almost two decades now they have suffered at the hands of mismanagement, cheap ownership and doing whatever they can to pass off a group of Quadruple-A players (some not even that advanced) as a major league ball club.
ThatÆs not what any organizationÆs fan base deserves. Especially one with as rich a history as PittsburghÆs.
When Neal Huntington was hired as the 12th PiratesÆ general manager in club history following the 2007 season, he brought with him a lot of hope. Hope that he could turn things around for this organization. Hope that he could bring respectability back to a proud city. Hope that he could at least make it so the Bucs werenÆt the joke of Major L ...
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