93.7 The Fan To Air Classic Pirates Games During COVID-19 Delay

Andy Van Slyke #18 of the Pittsburgh Pirates talks with teammabte Bobby Bonilla #25 during a 1990 MLB season game at Three Rivers Stadium
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By , 93.7 The Fan

93.7 The Fan and the Pittsburgh Pirates have teamed up to give you some baseball in your life during the Coronavirus delay of the season.

We're reaching back into the archives and will rebroadcast some classic Pirates games.

You can listen to the games on 93.7 The Fan, on our website, on the RADIO.COM app or tell your smart speaker to "play ninety three seven the fan.*"

See the broadcast schedule below**.

*The streaming of games on the website, the app or a smart speaker may be geo-fenced to the Pittsburgh market.**Games are subject to change
UPCOMING GAMES:
Monday, June 29 at 8pm
Pirates vs MarlinsSeptember 4, 2019

Bryan Reynolds has the game of his career, both offensively and defensively with two diving catches and a walk-off.

 

 
PREVIOUS GAMES:
Thursday, March 26 at 1pm
1960 World Series Game 7October 13, 1960
The Pittsburgh Pirates defeated the New York Yankees in dramatic fashion at Forbes Field to win their 3rd Championship.  Bill Mazeroski became the 1st and only player in MLB history to hit a walk-off home run in a Game 7 of the World Series.
 Monday, March 30 at 8PM
1990 NLCS Game 5October 10, 1990
Facing elimination in Game 5 of the 1990 NLCS, the Pittsburgh Pirates turned to Cy Young Award winner Doug Drabek to try and keep their season alive.  Drabek stymied the Cincinnati Reds for 8+ innings in a thrilling 3-2 win at Three Rivers Stadium.  
Thursday, April 2 at 1pm
Wildcard Game 2013October 1, 2013 
Returning to the Postseason for the first time since 1992, the Pittsburgh Pirates defeated the Cincinnati Reds in the NL Wild Card game in front of a raucous crowd at PNC Park to advance to the NLDS.  Russell Martin became just the 2nd Pirates player with a multi-homerun playoff game, the first of which came off rattled Reds’ starting pitcher Johnny Cueto.  
Wednesday, April 8 at 8pm
1991 NLCS Game 1October 9, 1991
The Pittsburgh Pirates quest to get back to the World Series for the first time since 1979 began with a decisive victory over the Atlanta Braves in Game 1 of the NLCS at Three Rivers Stadium.  Doug Drabek and Bob Walk combined to hold the Braves to 1 run on 5 hits, while Andy Van Slyke and Bobby Bonilla each contributed offensively with 2-hit games in the 5-1 victory.
  
Monday, April 13 at 8pm
1979 World Series Game 2October 11, 1979
The Pittsburgh Pirates evened up the series against the Orioles, sending the series back to Pittsburgh tied at 1 game apiece.  The Bucs rallied with 2 outs in the 9th inning to score the go ahead run at Memorial Stadium in Baltimore, and Kent Tekulve pitched a perfect bottom half to secure his 1st save of the series.  
Wednesday, April 15 at 8pm
1979 World Series Game 5October 14, 1979
Facing a 3-1 deficit in the World Series, the Pittsburgh Pirates staved off elimination by defeating the Orioles at Three Rivers Stadium to send the series back to Baltimore.  With starter Bruce Kison injured, pitchers Jim Rooker and Bert Blyleven limited the O’s to 1 run on 6 hits as the Pirates picked up their first and only win on home turf in the series.  
Monday, April 20 at 8pm
1979 World Series Game 6October 16, 1979
The Pittsburgh Pirates recorded the first shutout of the series, forcing a decisive Game 7 in Baltimore.  John Candelaria and Kent Tekulve scattered 7 hits over 9 innings and the Bucs offense got to the Orioles’ Jim Palmer late to propel the Pirates to victory.  
Wednesday, April 22 at 8pm
Pirates victory over the Los Angeles DodgersAugust 9, 1976
The night John Candelaria no-hit the Dodgers. Lanny Frattare and Milo Hamilton on the call.

 

1971 World Series Game 3October 12, 1971
With the Pirates down two games to none, the Series shifted to Three Rivers Stadium.  Steve Blass took the mound and fired a complete game victory, striking out eight.  Blass threw a three hitter as the only Baltimore run came on a Frank Robinson home run in the seventh.  The big Bucco blow was provided by Bob Robertson, who slammed a three-run home run in the seventh off Orioles starter Mike Cuellar.

 

Wednesday, April 29 at 8pm
1971 World Series Game 4October 13, 1971
Another “first” in Pittsburgh history as this was the first ever night game in World Series history and it happened at Three River Stadium.  Baltimore took a 3-0 lead in the top of the first off starter Luke Walker, who was pulled by manager Danny Murtaugh after pitching 2/3 of the inning. Pittsburgh countered with a pair of runs in the bottom half to narrow the gap.  The Pirates took the lead in the seventh and reliever Dave Giusti pitched the final two innings to pick up the save in relief of Bruce Kison, who settled things down and threw scoreless ball in his 6 1/3 innings.  Here’s another first:  Kison did set a World Series record, hitting three Orioles batters during his appearance.

 

Monday, May 4 at 8pm
1971 World Series Game 5October 14, 1971
The Pirates won their third straight at home to take a 3-2 Series lead.  Manager Danny Murtaugh chose to start Nellie Briles, opting to save his two top starters, Steve Blass and Dock Ellis for Game 6 and a possible Game 7.   The gamble paid off as Briles tossed a two-hit shutout as the Pirates coasted to a 4-0 win to send the Series back to Baltimore.

 

Wednesday, May 6 at 8pm
1971 World Series Game 7October 17, 1971
The defining moment for Steve Blass as outdueled Orioles ace Mike Cuellar for another complete game win, his second of the series, a 2-1 nail biter that saw the Pirates capture their fourth World Series Championship.  Roberto Clemente staked Blass to a 1-0 lead, clubbing a fourth inning solo home run.  Clemente was named the Series most valuable player.
Monday, May 11 at 8pm
Pirates at Chicago Cubs - Playoff Bound for First Time in 21 YearsSeptember 23, 2013
The Buccos clinch their first playoff berth in 21 years in an exciting 2-1 victory over the Cubs.

 

Wednesday, May 13 at 8pm
Pirates vs Chicago Cubs - Explosive OffenseJuly 1, 2019
The Pirates offense explodes for 18 runs as Josh Bell has a three homer game.

 

Monday, May 18 at 8pm
Pirates vs Milwaukee Brewers - Wild GameJuly 15, 2018
A wild and wacky game as the Buccos come from behind in a rain soaked game to win it in the tenth to complete a rare five game sweep over the Brewers.

 

Wednesday, May 20 at 8pm
Pirates vs Cincinnati Reds - Farewell to Steve BlassSeptember 27, 2019
After 60 years with the organization as a player and broadcaster, it’s Blass’ last broadcast on the last game of the 2019 season on The Fan.

 

 

Monday, May 25
Pirates vs Los Angeles DodgersAugust 23, 2017
Dodger Rich Hill has a 0-0 no-hitter going into the bottom of the tenth, until Josh Harrison ended it.

 

Wednesday, May 27
Pirates vs CardinalsJuly 11, 2015
Andrew McCutchen’s walk off home run in the 14th
Monday, June 1
Pirates vs CardinalsJuly 12, 2015
Back-to back walk off wins over Cards heading into the all-star break, down 5-3 in the tenth.
Wednesday, June 3
Pirates vs CardinalsOctober 6, 2013
Game Three of the NLDS in 2013.  Pirates take a 2-1 lead in the best of five series with a 5-3 win at PNC Park.

 

 

Monday, June 8 at 8pm
Final game from Forbes FieldJune 28, 1970
In the final game from Forbes Field, the Pirates defeated the Cubs, 4-1.

 

Wednesday, June 10 at 8pm
Opening Day at PNC ParkMarch 31, 2014
Opening Day at PNC Park was a magical 1-0 Pirates win over Chicago Cubs with a Neil Walker walk off in the bottom of the tenth.

 

 

Monday, June 15 at 8pm
Pirates Clinch Division in '74October 2, 1974
Pirates clinch the division on the last day of the season with a 5-4 ten inning victory over the Cubs at Three Rivers Stadium.

 

Wednesday, June 17 at 8pm
Russell Martin 3 Run Homer Against MilwaukeeSeptember 19, 2014
Russel Martin hits a 3 run homer in bottom of eighth to win over Jonathan Broxton and Milwaukee. Trailing 2-0 into going into the inning.

 

 

Monday, June 22 at 8pm
1974 National League Championship Series Game ThreeOctober 8, 1974
Pirates at Los Angeles Dodgers – Down two games to none in a best of five series, the Buccos head to Chavez Ravine and crush the Dodgers.  Willie Stargell and Richie Hebner clubbed home runs in the first inning to support Bruce Kison in a 7-0 drubbing of the Dodgers.
 
Wednesday, June 24 at 8pm
Opening Day 1976April 10, 1976)
Pirates at Philadelphia Phillies – Milo Hamilton and Lanny Frattare on the opening day call in Philadelphia against the division rival Phillies.  Pirates won in 11 innings in Lanny Frattare’s first game as a Pirates broadcaster.

 

The Pittsburgh Pirates contributed to this article.
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