100 Things Pirates Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die [NOOK Book]

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100 Things Pirates Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die is a must-read for all true fans. With listings ranked in importance from one to 100, the book includes everything from Bill Mazeroski’s World Series–winning homerun in 1960 and PNC Park, arguably baseball’s finest stadium, to legendary broadcaster Bob Prince. This guide touches upon all of the team’s nine National League pennants and five World Series titles, as well as legendary players such as Honus Wagner, Roberto Clemente, Willie Stargell, Barry ...

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100 Things Pirates Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die

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Overview

100 Things Pirates Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die is a must-read for all true fans. With listings ranked in importance from one to 100, the book includes everything from Bill Mazeroski’s World Series–winning homerun in 1960 and PNC Park, arguably baseball’s finest stadium, to legendary broadcaster Bob Prince. This guide touches upon all of the team’s nine National League pennants and five World Series titles, as well as legendary players such as Honus Wagner, Roberto Clemente, Willie Stargell, Barry Bonds, and Andrew McCutchen. Packed with personalities, places, events, and facts, 100 Things Pirates Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die is the perfect tool for Bucs fans to take their team spirit to a whole new level.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781623688554
  • Publisher: Triumph Books
  • Publication date: 3/1/2014
  • Series: 100 Things...Fans Should Know
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 304
  • Sales rank: 632,829
  • File size: 15 MB
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The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette was founded in 1786 and is the largest daily newspaper in Pittsburgh. Steve Ziants is the Sunday sports editor of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. He is a former baseball columnist for the paper as well as a former sports editor and columnist for the Hamilton Journal-News and York Daily Record. He lives in Pittsburgh.

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    Mabye if you filled everyones rooms with knives to use as traps. Then you fake your death and keep killing. Maxi decided this plan was perfect. She went to the kitchen and found a surprising amount of knives and string in the kitchen. Strange... the wind howled as you tied string to knives and hung them above beds and doors. You made sure to go in a patern to kill only men and some women. You came while they slept and stabbed them with her favorite weapon-, the knife. It was your turn to die. You decided it would be in Henry's room, to make it seem like he faked his death. You shot a gun into the floor and poured fake blood where your lungs were and straight through your forehead. You slept and waited to be discovered. Whence you were, you would kill the person to discover you. Therefor, Maxi's death would go unoticed. Giula ran into the room. She looked around and saw you, and gasped. She looked around and up at the window, where Maxi had cleverly placed a giant rope of sheets. Giula looked down and you snuck up to her, and stapped her with a knife. You pushed her out the window and then hid under the bed, waiting for your next victom. Maxi sat for a while, until a tall, bald, and bearded man walked in. He looked around before spotting the window, in which he looked down. He gasped and before he could say 'are you okay' Maxi had shoved a granade down his throut. She lept out of the way and under the bed as he splattered into a million people. The next was Daimond. She had golden hair and, hence the name, a diamond birth-mark on her cheek. She vomited- with her eyes closed. Ross ran in next. He was from africa. You quietly slipped over while they were ocuppied with eachother and pulled out both of their guns. You shot them both with their own guns. You pushed Diamond under the bed and be-headed Ross. You placed Ross' head on the pillow and his body half out the window. You found a louded gun in the closet. You waited there. No one came for the rest of the night. (Next is at the next result)

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