2007 Pittsburgh Pirates
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Major League affiliations
Location
Results
Record68–94 (.420)
Divisional place6th
Other information
Owner(s)Robert Nutting
Kevin McClatchy
General manager(s)Dave Littlefield
Neal Huntington
Manager(s)Jim Tracy
Local televisionFSN Pittsburgh
Local radioWPGB-FM
(Steve Blass, Greg Brown, Lanny Frattare, Bob Walk, John Wehner)
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The 2007 Pittsburgh Pirates season was the 126th season of the franchise; the 121st in the National League. This was their seventh season at PNC Park. The Pirates finished sixth and last in the National League Central with a record of 68–94.

Overview

The Pirates began 2007 with a new majority owner, Robert Nutting, and the dreary fact that they could surpass the Philadelphia Phillies as owners of the longest consecutive losing seasons record in baseball, having last had a winning season in 1992. However, in spite of finishing 5th in the NL Central, the Pirates were hoping that their 2nd half momentum from 2006 would carry over into 2007.

In addition to NL batting champion Freddy Sanchez and slugger Jason Bay, the Bucs acquired Adam LaRoche from Atlanta in January, hoping to boost offensive power. In addition, they re-signed pitcher Shawn Chacón, acquired from the Yankees last summer, and signed Tony Armas Jr. to help bolster their starting rotation, led by Ian Snell and Tom Gorzelanny.

Just before the All Star game, team CEO Kevin McClatchy announced at the end of the season he would be stepping down from the position. He maintained that he would "remain as the active leader of the organization" to give the team ample time to find a successor and "ensure a smooth transition into the next chapter of Pirates history."

Regular season

The Pirates' season started well, as they swept the Houston Astros in Houston for the first time since 1991, when the Astros played in the Astrodome. However, that initial success didn't carry for very long, as the Bucs proceeded to lose 11 of their next 13 games. The Pirates pulled out of their early slump to post a 12-12 record at the end of April. May, however, would to be quite tumultuous, as Tony Armas was sent to the bullpen for poor performance, Zach Duke struggled mightily, the bullpen blew several late leads, and closer Salomón Torres was stripped of his closer's duties, in favor of youngster Matt Capps after Torres blew a 2-run ninth-inning lead against the San Diego Padres on May 31.

After the All-Star Break, the Pirates started off by losing 7 games in a row, and 8 out of 9 overall. Paul "Big Poison" Waner's number 11 was retired in a pregame ceremony at PNC Park July 21, 2007, conducted in part by members of his family and Pirate greats Bill Mazeroski and Ralph Kiner.

Fans protest

Frustrated by the consistent losing, poor drafting, and the ownership's inability to retain players due to payroll constraints, fans led by Pittsburgh Business Executive Andrew Chomos organized a much-publicized walkout for June 30.[2] There were also a pre-game protest rally outside the stadium, including the appearance and speaking of former Pirate Doc Ellis, who stated he has been "embarrassed to be called a Pirate over the last 15 years". Despite the best efforts by the Pirates to downplay the protest, it became so publicized that management was forced to acknowledge its existence. Then Pirate CEO Kevin McClatchy resigned 2 days after the protest. The protest periodically appeared in news articles as it did in the August 2010 issue of Sports Illustrated and was also a topical conversation on ESPN and CNN programs.

Season standings

NL Central W L Pct. GB Home Road
Chicago Cubs 85 77 0.525 44–37 41–40
Milwaukee Brewers 83 79 0.512 2 51–30 32–49
St. Louis Cardinals 78 84 0.481 7 43–38 35–46
Houston Astros 73 89 0.451 12 42–39 31–50
Cincinnati Reds 72 90 0.444 13 39–42 33–48
Pittsburgh Pirates 68 94 0.420 17 37–44 31–50


Game log

2007 Game Log (68–94)
April (12–12)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
1 April 2 @ Astros 4–2 (10) Capps (1–0) Qualls (0–1) S. Torres (1) 43,803 1–0
2 April 3 @ Astros 3–2 Bayliss (1–0) Wheeler (0–1) S. Torres (2) 31,238 2–0
3 April 4 @ Astros 5–4 Gorzelanny (1–0) W. Williams (0–1) S. Torres (3) 25,961 3–0
4 April 6 @ Reds 1–6 Belisle (1–0) Maholm (0–1) 17,837 3–1
5 April 7 @ Reds 5–7 Harang (2–0) Armas (0–1) Weathers (2) 15,825 3–2
6 April 8 @ Reds 6–3 Duke (1–0) Milton (0–1) S. Torres (4) 14,001 4–2
7 April 9 Cardinals 0–3 Looper (1–1) Snell (0–1) Isringhausen (2) 38,429 4–3
8 April 10 Cardinals 2–3 (12) B. Thompson (1–0) Wasdin (0–1) Isringhausen (3) 12,468 4–4
9 April 11 Cardinals 2–3 Franklin (1–0) S. Torres (0–1) 9,959 4–5
10 April 13 Giants 5–8 Ortiz (1–1) Duke (1–1) 22,117 4–6
April 14 Giants Postponed (rain) Rescheduled for August 13 4–6
April 15 Giants Postponed (rain) Rescheduled for August 13 4–6
11 April 16 @ Cardinals 3–2 Snell (1–1) An. Reyes (0–2) S. Torres (5) 43,026 5–6
12 April 17 @ Cardinals 6–1 Gorzelanny (2–0) Wainwright (1–1) 42,446 6–6
13 April 18 @ Brewers 3–7 C. Vargas (1–0) Maholm (0–2) 22,331 6–7
14 April 19 @ Brewers 5–7 Suppan (2–2) Duke (1–2) F. Cordero (5) 17,386 6–8
15 April 20 @ Dodgers 2–10 Wolf (3–1) Armas (0–2) 43,845 6–9
16 April 21 @ Dodgers 3–7 (10) Broxton (1–0) Bayliss (1–1) 48,995 6–10
17 April 22 @ Dodgers 7–5 Gorzelanny (3–0) Tomko (0–1) S. Torres (6) 46,741 7–10
18 April 24 Astros 3–0 Maholm (1–2) W. Williams (0–3) 13,062 8–10
19 April 25 Astros 4–3 (16) Wasdin (1–1) Moehler (0–1) 8,201 9–10
20 April 26 Astros 5–3 Bayliss (2–1) W. Rodríguez (0–3) Grabow (1) 12,056 10–10
21 April 27 Reds 3–1 Snell (2–1) Milton (0–4) S. Torres (7) 22,638 11–10
22 April 28 Reds 1–8 Belisle (3–1) Gorzelanny (3–1) 29,514 11–11
23 April 29 Reds 5–9 Harang (4–0) Maholm (1–3) 18,409 11–12
24 April 30 Cubs 3–2 Capps (2–0) Wuertz (0–1) S. Torres (8) 11,437 12–12
May (11–18)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Record
25 May 1 Cubs 6–8 Cherry (1–1) Bayliss (2–2) 13,082 12–13
26 May 2 Cubs 1–7 Marquis (4–1) Snell (2–2) 21,765 12–14
27 May 3 @ Brewers 4–2 Gorzelanny (4–1) Bush (2–3) S. Torres (9) 15,602 13–14
28 May 4 @ Brewers 0–10 C. Vargas (3–0) Maholm (1–4) 40,190 13–15
29 May 5 @ Brewers 3–6 Suppan (5–2) Duke (1–3) F. Cordero (11) 40,361 13–16
30 May 6 @ Brewers 4–6 Villanueva (3–0) Grabow (0–1) F. Cordero (12) 37,761 13–17
31 May 8 @ Cubs 4–3 (15) Bayliss (3–2) Cotts (0–1) S. Torres (10) 39,708 14–17
32 May 9 @ Cubs 0–1 Marquis (5–1) Gorzelanny (4–2) 40,264 14–18
33 May 10 @ Cubs 6–4 Maholm (2–4) C. Zambrano (3–3) S. Torres (11) 41,101 15–18
34 May 11 Braves 1–4 Davies (1–1) Duke (1–4) M. González (2) 23,376 15–19
35 May 12 Braves 2–9 James (4–3) Armas (0–3) 34,775 15–20
36 May 13 Braves 13–2 Snell (3–2) Lerew (0–1) 19,484 16–20
37 May 14 Marlins 7–0 Gorzelanny (5–2) Willis (5–3) 12,958 17–20
38 May 15 Marlins 3–9 Mitre (1–2) Maholm (2–5) 12,769 17–21
39 May 16 Marlins 3–4 Tankersley (3–1) Capps (2–1) Gregg (2) 15,086 17–22
40 May 17 Marlins 7–2 Chacón (1–0) Nolasco (1–2) 9,582 18–22
41 May 18 D-backs 11–5 Snell (4–2) D. Davis (2–5) 32,682 19–22
42 May 19 D-backs 8–9 Slaten (1–0) Capps (2–2) Valverde (15) 30,677 19–23
43 May 20 D-backs 2–5 Ra. Johnson (2–2) Maholm (2–6) Valverde (16) 24,282 19–24
44 May 22 @ Cardinals 4–9 Wainwright (4–3) Duke (1–5) 42,679 19–25
45 May 23 @ Cardinals 3–5 K. Wells (2–8) Snell (4–3) Isringhausen (11) 42,245 19–26
46 May 24 @ Cardinals 1–3 Looper (6–3) Gorzelanny (5–3) Isringhausen (12) 44,296 19–27
47 May 25 @ Reds 10–4 (10) Bayliss (4–2) Weathers (1–3) 36,455 20–27
48 May 26 @ Reds 9–5 Grabow (1–1) Arroyo (2–5) 32,280 21–27
49 May 27 @ Reds 14–10 Duke (2–5) Saarloos (0–4) 27,209 22–27
50 May 28 @ Reds 0–4 Lohse (2–6) Snell (4–4) 17,905 22–28
51 May 29 Padres 4–1 Gorzelanny (6–3) D. Wells (2–3) S. Torres (12) 15,794 23–28
52 May 30 Padres 0–9 C. Young (6–3) Maholm (2–7) 12,734 23–29
53 May 31 Padres 2–4 (11) Meredith (3–2) Sharpless (0–1) Hoffman (16) 14,966 23–30
June (12–15)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
54 June 1 Dodgers 4–5 Wolf (7–3) Duke (2–6) Saito (16) 20,164 23–31
55 June 2 Dodgers 3–1 Snell (5–4) Kuo (0–1) Capps (1) 31,931 24–31
56 June 3 Dodgers 4–5 Billingsley (4–0) S. Torres (0–2) Beimel (1) 23,458 24–32
57 June 4 Dodgers 5–6 D. Lowe (6–5) Maholm (2–8) Broxton (1) 15,836 24–33
58 June 5 @ Nationals 7–6 Chacón (2–0) Bacsik (1–2) Capps (2) 19,169 25–33
59 June 6 @ Nationals 5–6 C. Cordero (1–0) S. Torres (0–3) 24,755 25–34
60 June 7 @ Nationals 3–2 Capps (3–2) C. Cordero (1–1) 25,622 26–34
61 June 8 @ Yankees 4–5 (10) M. Rivera (2–3) Capps (3–3) 54,240 26–35
62 June 9 @ Yankees 3–9 Clemens (1–0) Maholm (2–9) 54,296 26–36
63 June 10 @ Yankees 6–13 Henn (2–0) Chacón (2–1) 54,292 26–37
64 June 12 Rangers 7–5 Duke (3–6) Millwood (2–6) Capps (3) 21,158 27–37
65 June 13 Rangers 8–1 Snell (6–4) R. Tejeda (5–7) 16,110 28–37
66 June 14 Rangers 0–6 Loe (2–6) Gorzelanny (6–4) 17,214 28–38
67 June 15 White Sox 4–2 Maholm (3–9) Garland (4–4) Capps (4) 26,647 29–38
68 June 16 White Sox 1–6 Buehrle (4–3) Van Benschoten (0–1) 36,610 29–39
69 June 17 White Sox 8–7 Chacón (3–1) Masset (2–3) Capps (5) 26,830 30–39
70 June 19 @ Mariners 5–3 Gorzelanny (7–4) M. Batista (7–6) Chacón (1) 24,520 31–39
71 June 20 @ Mariners 0–7 Jeff Weaver (1–6) Maholm (3–10) 23,553 31–40
72 June 21 @ Mariners 0–3 F. Hernández (4–4) Van Benschoten (0–2) Putz (20) 22,950 31–41
73 June 22 @ Angels 4–5 (11) S. Shields (1–2) Bayliss (4–3) 43,545 31–42
74 June 23 @ Angels 1–10 K. Escobar (9–3) Snell (6–5) 44,010 31–43
75 June 24 @ Angels 3–4 (10) Bootcheck (2–1) Capps (3–4) 42,346 31–44
76 June 26 @ Marlins 3–2 Maholm (4–10) Willis (7–7) Capps (6) 11,044 32–44
77 June 27 @ Marlins 7–5 (10) Chacón (4–1) Gregg (0–3) Capps (7) 11,222 33–44
78 June 28 @ Marlins 7–9 Olsen (6–6) Duke (3–7) 31,628 33–45
79 June 29 Nationals 3–2 Capps (4–4) Rauch (3–2) 32,361 34–45
80 June 30 Nationals 7–2 Gorzelanny (8–4) Bergmann (1–5) 26,959 35–45
July (7–17)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
81 July 1 Nationals 2–3 Bacsik (2–5) Maholm (4–11) C. Cordero (14) 19,149 35–46
82 July 2 Brewers 3–10 Villanueva (6–0) Kuwata (0–1) 14,455 35–47
83 July 3 Brewers 6–2 Youman (1–0) Gallardo (1–1) 25,416 36–47
84 July 4 Brewers 5–3 Snell (7–5) C. Vargas (6–2) Capps (8) 35,878 37–47
85 July 5 Brewers 6–3 Gorzelanny (9–4) Sheets (10–4) Capps (9) 15,134 38–47
86 July 6 Cubs 8–4 Maholm (5–11) Marquis (6–5) 27,868 39–47
87 July 7 Cubs 1–7 Lilly (8–4) Van Benschoten (0–3) 33,293 39–48
88 July 8 Cubs 6–2 Youman (2–0) C. Zambrano (10–7) 22,470 40–48
89 July 13 @ Braves 1–9 T. Hudson (9–5) Snell (7–6) 38,922 40–49
90 July 14 @ Braves 4–5 Wickman (2–2) Chacón (4–2) 44,041 40–50
91 July 15 @ Braves 1–5 Carlyle (4–2) Maholm (5–12) 30,756 40–51
92 July 16 Rockies 8–10 Hawkins (1–4) Van Benschoten (0–4) Corpas (2) 16,423 40–52
93 July 17 Rockies 2–6 Fogg (5–6) Youman (2–1) 21,604 40–53
94 July 18 Rockies 3–5 Francis (10–5) Snell (7–7) Corpas (3) 19,285 40–54
95 July 20 Astros 1–2 Oswalt (9–6) Gorzelanny (9–5) Lidge (2) 33,541 40–55
96 July 21 Astros 7–3 Maholm (6–12) W. Rodríguez (6–9) 32,068 41–55
97 July 22 Astros 0–1 W. Williams (5–11) Youman (2–2) Lidge (3) 22,404 41–56
98 July 24 @ Mets 4–8 Maine (11–5) Snell (7–8) 49,122 41–57
99 July 25 @ Mets 3–6 Glavine (9–6) Gorzelanny (9–6) B. Wagner (23) 44,906 41–58
100 July 26 @ Mets 8–4 Maholm (7–12) Ól. Pérez (9–7) 52,150 42–58
101 July 27 @ Phillies 1–8 (7) Moyer (9–8) Van Benschoten (0–5) 37,136 42–59
102 July 28 @ Phillies 5–10 Durbin (3–2) Youman (2–3) 45,149 42–60
103 July 29 @ Phillies 1–5 Kendrick (5–1) Snell (7–9) 40,030 42–61
104 July 31 Cardinals 4–6 Wainwright (10–8) Maholm (7–13) Isringhausen (21) 24,085 42–62
August (17–13)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
105 August 1 Cardinals 15–1 Armas (1–3) Looper (8–9) 17,041 43–62
106 August 2 Cardinals 5–4 (11) S. Torres (1–3) B. Thompson (6–5) 19,132 44–62
107 August 3 Reds 4–13 Belisle (6–8) Snell (7–10) 22,874 44–63
108 August 4 Reds 8–9 (10) Burton (3–1) Capps (4–5) Weathers (21) 33,466 44–64
August 5 Reds Postponed (rain) Rescheduled for August 28 44–64
109 August 7 @ D-backs 8–3 Gorzelanny (10–6) Owings (5–6) 25,340 45–64
110 August 8 @ D-backs 6–10 Éd. González (5–2) Maholm (7–14) Valverde (34) 23,082 45–65
111 August 9 @ D-backs 2–4 S. Davis (9–10) Chacón (4–3) Valverde (35) 22,316 45–66
112 August 10 @ Giants 8–7 Grabow (2–1) Chulk (4–4) Capps (10) 41,923 46–66
113 August 11 @ Giants 13–3 Armas (2–3) Lincecum (6–3) 43,105 47–66
114 August 12 @ Giants 5–0 Gorzelanny (11–6) Zito (8–11) 41,976 48–66
115 August 13 Giants 3–1 Maholm (8–14) Cain (4–13) 49–66
116 August 13 Giants 3–10 Lowry (13–7) Youman (2–4) 25,434 49–67
117 August 14 Mets 4–5 J. Sosa (9–6) Torres (1–4) B. Wagner (27) 25,277 49–68
118 August 15 Mets 8–10 Maine (13–7) Morris (7–8) B. Wagner (28) 18,241 49–69
119 August 16 Mets 10–7 D. Marte (1–0) Heilman (7–5) Capps (11) 36,447 50–69
120 August 17 Phillies 8–11 J. D. Durbin (5–2) Gorzelanny (11–7) 37,072 50–70
121 August 18 Phillies 11–6 Maholm (9–14) Moyer (11–9) 38,152 51–70
122 August 19 Phillies 8–4 Snell (8–10) Romero (1–1) 31,277 52–70
123 August 20 @ Rockies 4–2 D. Marte (2–0) Fuentes (0–5) Capps (12) 22,682 53–70
124 August 21 @ Rockies 2–9 T. Buchholz (6–4) Armas (2–4) 21,136 53–71
125 August 22 @ Rockies 11–2 Gorzelanny (12–7) Fogg (7–9) 20,629 54–71
126 August 23 @ Rockies 5–1 Maholm (10–14) F. Morales (0–1) 20,380 55–71
127 August 24 @ Astros 8–3 (15) Youman (3–4) Driskill (0–1) 41,403 56–71
128 August 25 @ Astros 4–1 Morris (8–8) Patton (0–1) Capps (13) 41,109 57–71
129 August 26 @ Astros 4–5 McLemore (3–0) Chacón (4–4) Lidge (13) 42,564 57–72
130 August 28 Reds 6–4 Gorzelanny (13–7) El. Ramírez (0–2) Capps (14) 58–72
131 August 28 Reds 3–2 Chacón (5–4) Bray (3–1) Capps (15) 17,669 59–72
132 August 29 Reds 0–8 Harang (14–3) Snell (8–11) 14,191 59–73
133 August 30 Reds 4–5 Burton (4–1) Capps (4–6) Weathers (29) 12,643 59–74
134 August 31 @ Brewers 2–3 Gallardo (6–4) Armas (2–5) F. Cordero (38) 35,689 59–75
September (9–19)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record
135 September 1 @ Brewers 3–12 Bush (11–9) Youman (3–5) 34,190 59–76
136 September 2 @ Brewers 4–7 Suppan (9–11) Osoria (0–1) F. Cordero (39) 39,339 59–77
137 September 3 @ Cardinals 11–0 Snell (9–11) K. Wells (6–16) 42,238 60–77
138 September 4 @ Cardinals 2–6 Piñeiro (5–3) Morris (8–9) Franklin (1) 42,300 60–78
139 September 5 @ Cardinals 8–2 Armas (3–5) Mulder (0–1) 42,299 61–78
140 September 6 @ Cardinals 4–16 Jiménez (2–0) Bullington (0–1) 42,330 61–79
141 September 7 Cubs 6–1 Gorzelanny (14–7) R. Hill (8–8) 24,489 62–79
142 September 8 Cubs 1–5 C. Zambrano (15–12) Snell (9–12) 33,373 62–80
143 September 9 Cubs 10–5 Morris (9–9) Trachsel (6–10) 21,861 63–80
144 September 10 Brewers 9–0 Armas (4–5) Villanueva (7–4) 13,683 64–80
145 September 11 Brewers 1–6 Gallardo (8–4) Bullington (0–2) 11,962 64–81
146 September 12 Brewers 7–4 Grabow (3–1) Turnbow (4–5) Capps (16) 10,566 65–81
147 September 14 @ Astros 4–3 Sánchez (1–0) Qualls (6–5) Capps (17) 35,352 66–81
148 September 15 @ Astros 7–9 Gutiérrez (1–1) Morris (9–10) Lidge (15) 40,425 66–82
149 September 16 @ Astros 3–15 Backe (1–1) Maholm (10–15) 35,715 66–83
150 September 17 @ Padres 0–3 Cassel (1–0) Van Benschoten (0–6) Hoffman (38) 33,557 66–84
151 September 18 @ Padres 3–5 Maddux (13–10) Gorzelanny (14–8) Hoffman (39) 30,629 66–85
152 September 19 @ Padres 3–5 Meredith (5–6) Capps (4–7) 26,354 66–86
153 September 20 @ Padres 3–6 Tomko (4–11) Morris (9–11) Hoffman (40) 27,020 66–87
154 September 21 @ Cubs 8–13 Eyre (2–1) Osoria (0–2) 41,591 66–88
155 September 22 @ Cubs 5–9 Hill (10–8) Duke (3–8) 41,271 66–89
156 September 23 @ Cubs 0–8 Zambrano (17–13) Gorzelanny (14–9) 41,364 66–90
157 September 25 D-backs 6–5 Torres (2–4) Lyon (6–4) Capps (18) 14,569 67–90
158 September 26 D-backs 5–1 Morris (10–11) Hernández (11–11) 16,289 68–90
159 September 27 D-backs 0–8 Owings (8–8) Van Benschoten (0–7) 11,335 68–91
160 September 28 Cardinals 1–6 Springer (8–1) Grabow (3–2) 30,603 68–92
161 September 29 Cardinals 3–7 Wainwright (14–12) Gorzelanny (14–10) 35,169 68–93
162 September 30 Cardinals 5–6 Wells (7–17) Bullington (0–3) Isringhausen (32) 25,664 68–94
Legend:         = Win         = Loss         = Postponement
Bold = Pirates team member       Source = baseball-reference.com[3]

Record vs. opponents


Source: [1]
Team ARI ATL CHC CIN COL FLA HOU LAD MIL NYM PHI PIT SD SF STL WSH AL
Arizona 4–2 4–2 2–4 8–10 6–1 5–2 8–10 2–5 3–4 5–1 5–4 10–8 10–8 4–3 6–1 8–7
Atlanta 2–4 5–4 1–6 4–2 10–8 3–3 4–3 5–2 9–9 9–9 5–1 5–2 4–3 3–4 11–7 4–11
Chicago 2–4 4–5 9–9 5–2 0–6 8–7 2–5 9–6 2–5 3–4 8–7 3–5 5–2 11–5 6–1 8–4
Cincinnati 4–2 6–1 9–9 2–4 4–3 4–11 2–4 8–7 2–5 2–4 9–7 2–4 4–3 6–9 1–6 7-11
Colorado 10–8 2–4 2–5 4–2 3–3 3–4 12–6 4–2 4–2 4–3 4–3 11–8 10–8 3–4 4–3 10–8
Florida 1–6 8–10 6–0 3–4 3–3 2–3 4–3 2–5 7–11 9–9 3–4 3–4 1–6 2–4 8–10 9–9
Houston 2–5 3–3 7–8 11–4 4–3 3-2 4–3 5–13 2–5 3–3 5–10 4–3 2–4 7–9 2–5 9–9
Los Angeles 10–8 3–4 5–2 4–2 6–12 3–4 3–4 3–3 5–5 4–2 5–2 8–10 10–8 3–3 5–1 5–10
Milwaukee 5–2 2–5 6–9 7–8 2–4 5–2 13–5 3–3 2–4 3–4 10–6 2–5 4–5 7–8 4–2 8–7
New York 4–3 9–9 5–2 5–2 2–4 11–7 5–2 5–5 4–2 6–12 4–2 2–4 4–2 5–2 9–9 8–7
Philadelphia 1-5 9–9 4–3 4–2 3–4 9–9 3–3 2–4 4–3 12–6 4–2 4–3 4–4 6–3 12–6 8–7
Pittsburgh 4–5 1–5 7–8 7–9 3–4 4–3 10–5 2–5 6–10 2–4 2–4 1–6 4–2 6–12 4–2 5–10
San Diego 8–10 2–5 5–3 4–2 8–11 4–3 3–4 10–8 5–2 4–2 3–4 6–1 14–4 3–4 4–2 6–9
San Francisco 8–10 3–4 2–5 3–4 8–10 6–1 4–2 8–10 5–4 2–4 4–4 2–4 4–14 4–1 3–4 5–10
St. Louis 3–4 4–3 5–11 9–6 4–3 4-2 9–7 3–3 8–7 2–5 3–6 12–6 4–3 1–4 1–5 6–9
Washington 1–6 7–11 1–6 6–1 3–4 10-8 5–2 1–5 2–4 9–9 6–12 2–4 2–4 4–3 5–1 9–9


Detailed records

Roster

2007 Pittsburgh Pirates
Roster
Pitchers Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders Manager

Coaches

Opening Day lineup

Opening Day Starters
Name Position
Chris Duffy CF
Jack Wilson SS
Jason Bay LF
Adam LaRoche 1B
Ronny Paulino C
Xavier Nady RF
José Bautista 3B
José Castillo 2B
Zach Duke SP

Statistics

Hitting
Pitching

Awards and honors

2007 Major League Baseball All-Star Game

Farm system

See also: Minor League Baseball

Level Team League Manager
AAA Indianapolis Indians International League Trent Jewett
AA Altoona Curve Eastern League Tim Leiper
A Lynchburg Hillcats Carolina League Jeff Branson
A Hickory Crawdads South Atlantic League Gary Green
A-Short Season State College Spikes New York–Penn League Turner Ward
Rookie GCL Pirates Gulf Coast League Tom Prince
Rookie DSL Pirates Dominican Summer League N/A
Rookie VSL Pirates Venezuelan Summer League N/A

References

  • Game Logs:
1st Half: Pittsburgh Pirates Game Log on ESPN.com
2nd Half: Pittsburgh Pirates Game Log on ESPN.com
Walkout by Pirates fans gets blacked out [2]
Pirates Fan Protest, Walkout Still On For Weekend [3]
Pirates fans group pushing in-game walkout Saturday [4]
'Fans for Change' ready for Pirates protest [5]
  1. ^ From 1882–1906, the team played in Allegheny, Pennsylvania, which became annexed by Pittsburgh as the North Side in 1907.
  2. ^ Fans Protest / Walkout:
  3. ^ "2007 Pittsburgh Pirates Schedule and Results". Baseball-Reference.com.
  4. ^ "Major League Baseball Stats | pirates.com: Stats". Pittsburgh Pirates. Archived from the original on October 12, 2014. Retrieved December 5, 2014.
  5. ^ "Major League Baseball Stats | pirates.com: Stats". Pittsburgh Pirates. Archived from the original on October 12, 2014. Retrieved December 5, 2014.