L'équipe de baseball des Pirates de Pittsburgh est une franchise de la Ligue majeure de baseball depuis 1882. Cette page retrace les résultats de l'équipe depuis cette première saison avec l'indication des résultats en saison régulière et ceux enregistrés en phase de play-offs.

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  • L'équipe de baseball des Pirates de Pittsburgh est une franchise de la Ligue majeure de baseball depuis 1882. Cette page retrace les résultats de l'équipe depuis cette première saison avec l'indication des résultats en saison régulière et ceux enregistrés en phase de play-offs.
  • The Pittsburgh Pirates have completed 127 seasons in Major League Baseball (MLB) since joining the National League (NL) in 1887. Through 2013, they have played 19,448 regular season games, winning 9,819 and losing 9,629, for a winning percentage of .505. The Pirates are also a combined total of 43–52 (.453) in post-season play. Prior to joining the National League in 1887 the franchise compiled a record of 236–296 (.444) in five seasons of the American Association. This list documents the season-by-season records of the Pirates' franchise including their years as the "Alleghenies" (alternately spelled Alleghenys). The Pirates moved from the American Association to the National League after owner William Nimick became upset over a contract dispute, thus beginning the modern day franchise. The team currently plays home games at PNC Park which they moved into in 2001. Prior to PNC Park, the Pirates played home games at Three Rivers Stadium and Forbes Field, among other stadiums.In 1903, the Pirates were defeated by the Boston Americans in the first World Series. The Pirates returned to and won the World Series in 1909, over the Detroit Tigers. Since then the Pirates won championships in 1925, 1960, 1971, and 1979. In addition to their five World Series victories the Pirates have won nine National League pennants and qualified for the playoffs 15 seasons. The Pirates had 20 consecutive seasons with a losing record—setting a United States professional sports record. However, the team won 94 games in 2013 ending that streak by clinching the National League's top wild card berth in Major League Baseball's postseason. The franchise's original colors were red and blue, which were switched to black and gold—colors that all professional Pittsburgh sports franchises now share—for the 1948 season.
  • この一覧はメジャーリーグのナショナルリーグ中地区に所属するピッツバーグ・パイレーツの年度別成績一覧である。レギュラーシーズンの成績と共にポストシーズンの成績、歴代監督、観客動員数を年度別に挙げた。なお、レギュラーシーズンおよびポストシーズンの主要タイトル受賞者を以下に示す。
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  • L'équipe de baseball des Pirates de Pittsburgh est une franchise de la Ligue majeure de baseball depuis 1882. Cette page retrace les résultats de l'équipe depuis cette première saison avec l'indication des résultats en saison régulière et ceux enregistrés en phase de play-offs.
  • この一覧はメジャーリーグのナショナルリーグ中地区に所属するピッツバーグ・パイレーツの年度別成績一覧である。レギュラーシーズンの成績と共にポストシーズンの成績、歴代監督、観客動員数を年度別に挙げた。なお、レギュラーシーズンおよびポストシーズンの主要タイトル受賞者を以下に示す。
  • The Pittsburgh Pirates have completed 127 seasons in Major League Baseball (MLB) since joining the National League (NL) in 1887. Through 2013, they have played 19,448 regular season games, winning 9,819 and losing 9,629, for a winning percentage of .505. The Pirates are also a combined total of 43–52 (.453) in post-season play. Prior to joining the National League in 1887 the franchise compiled a record of 236–296 (.444) in five seasons of the American Association.
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  • Bilan saison par saison des Pirates de Pittsburgh
  • List of Pittsburgh Pirates seasons
  • ピッツバーグ・パイレーツの年度別成績一覧
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