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The Classiest Team Baseball Ever Knew
by Greg Spalding
Book Description: Greg Spalding wrote this book to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the finest team to ever play at Three Rivers, the 1972 Buccos. It stands as a detailed reflection about Virdon's squad that won the NL Eastern Division title and then lost on that heartbreaking wild pitch to the Cincinnati Reds in the NLCS.

This book, which covers the last season of both Bill Mazeroski and Roberto Clemente, includes many unique features such as Robertito's Reflections on Roberto, an interview with Clemente's oldest son; A Tribute to "No Touch", which is an essay about Bill Mazeroski; literary tributes to this particular team from other newspapers and publications and detailed statistics/analysis.
Paperback: 75 pages
City of Champions Publishing Co.; ISBN: 1891231944; (July )

Baseball's Best Kept Secret
by Al Oliver, et al

Pittsburgh Pirates (America's Game)
by Chris W. Sehnert
(School & Library Binding)

Branch Rickey in Pittsburgh: Baseball's Trailblazing General Manager for the Pirates, 1950-1955
by Andrew O'Toole

Shine, All Stars Shine
by Gregory Spalding
celebrates the All-Star tradition of the Pirates, the city of Pittsburgh and the two stadiums in word and picture. Enjoy reliving the nostalgic moments of the wonderful mid-summer classics in this work....
Paperback - Chicago Spectrum Press
ISBN: 1886094187;

Sailing the Three Rivers to the Title: Pittsburgh's 1971 Voyage of the Pirate Ship
by Gregory S. Spalding
Book Description: From the All-Star Game's inception, Pittsburgh, the Pirates and the two stadiums participated mightily in the mid-summer classic's history. Forbes Field hosted two games and Three Rivers did the same. Sixty-six Pirates suited up for the National League over the years.

The Pittsburgh Pirates Encyclopedia
by David Finoli, et al
The Pittsburgh Pirates have one of the most storied histories in the annuals of baseball, The Pittsburgh Pirates Encyclopedia captures these fabulous times through the stories of the individuals and the collective teams that have thrilled the Steel City for 115 years. The book breaks down the team with a year-by-year synopsis of the club, biographies of over 180 of the most memorable Pirates through the ages as well as a look at each manager, owner, general manager and announcer that has served the club proudly. The Pittsburgh Pirates Encyclopedia will provide Pirates fans as well as baseball fans in general a complete look into the team's history, sparking memories of glories past and hopes for the future.

Pittsburgh Pirates (Baseball: The Great North American Game)
by Michael E. Goodman, Richard Rambeck
(Library Binding)
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Pittsburgh Pirates: Still Walking Tall
by Kip Richeal
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We Had 'Em All the Way: Bob Prince & His Pittsburgh Pirates
by Jim O'Brien
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