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As the season ends, fans responded to what they think the Pirates need to do to get back to the postseason.
“Spend some money, please!” One fan said prior to the game. “Nice stadium, just got to get a better team, spend some money, you know?”
The usual answers were heard from fans – payroll, ownership, and the roster.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Sunday was the final day of the MLB regular season and there will once again be no BUC-tober.
The Pirates closed out the 2021 season with a 6-3 loss to the Cincinnati Reds at PNC Park on Sunday evening, giving them a record of 61-101.
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As expected, fans were not happy with the ownership.
“Get rid of Nutting, got to get rid of him and maybe you’ll get a winning team,” another fan added. There were also criticisms of the roster.
“Where do you begin? I don’t want to say Shelty (Manager Derek Shelton) needs to go because I like Shelty. Pitching is horrible, so we got to find some new pitching,” a third fan said. MORE NEWS: Allegheny County Health Department Conducting Free COVID-19 Testing In Tarentum
The Pirates start the 2022 MLB season on March 31 at PNC Park against the St. Louis Cardinals.