Pittsburgh Pirates contemplate what to do next (flickr via David Watson)

Pittsburgh Pirates contemplate what to do next (flickr via David Watson)

The Pittsburgh Pirates scored their biggest loss in the team’s history! In other words, out of 124 years of losses, today was their worst. They broke their own record – and they did it on home grass to make matters worse. They haven’t lost this bad since being whooped by the Cincinnati Reds back in 1955. The Brewers made them rethink whether they should’ve chosen another sport!

Ok, so they lost a game. What’s the big deal? We’re used to it in this city. That’s why we have the Steelers and Pens to riot over. The ones we should all the pointing at with “wtf” looks on our faces are all those Twitterers who keep saying the Pirates are going all the way this year. We’ll see.

Pirates’ relief pitcher, Brendan Donnelly, was quoted by the Post-Gazette saying:

Today was an embarrassment. We should all be embarrassed to have Major League Baseball uniforms on our back today. It was an atrocity. We set a record. We should all be embarrassed about it. That’s how I feel.