Stories tagged: "Pittsburgh Pirates"

Philadelphia's Mexican Independence Day Festival (Credit: R. Kennedy for Visit Philadelphia)
How to Celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month Across Pennsylvania

From Philly to Pittsburgh, cities throughout Pa. are holding celebrations to recognize the contributions of Hispanic Americans and the growing diversity of our state.

Duquesne Incline (Photo: Visit Pittsburgh)
How to Spend a Weekend in Pittsburgh

With its stunning views, world class museums, and pierogies, Pittsburgh has a lot to offer visitors, even for just a short stay.

S&D Polish Deli (Photo: Jin Wu/VisitPITTSBURGH)
The Ultimate Comfort Food: 5 Places to Get Pierogies in the Pittsburgh Area

When visiting Pittsburgh, you can’t leave without trying some locally made pierogies—and Mrs. T’s from the grocery store freezer aisle doesn’t count.

Al Oliver, Gene Clines, Manny Sanguillen, seated, and Dave Cash pose for a portrait during an event hosted by the Pittsburgh Pirates to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the first all-minority lineup to take the field in Major League Baseball history, at the Heinz History Center, Wednesday, Sept. 1, 2021, in Pittsburgh. (Alexandra Wimley/Pittsburgh Post-Gazette via AP)
Pirates in MLB’s 1st Minority Lineup Honored 50 Years Later

50 years after they were part of the first all-minority lineup fielded by a Major League Baseball team, former Pittsburgh Pirates commemorate a feat no one really noticed in the moment.