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1989 Pittsburgh Pirates 1989 Pittsburgh Pirates
1988/1990
Record 74-88 .457
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Standings 5th in the NL East (19 games back)
Pythagorean 76-86, 76-86, 76-86
Runs (S/A) 637 / 680
BallparkThree Rivers Stadium
Park FactorsBatting: 97 / Pitching: 96
Attendance1,374,141 (11th) (22th)
Payroll/Avg$12,463,000 / $399,929 (16th)
Spring TrainingBradenton, Florida (McKechnie Field)
ManagerJim Leyland
CoachesBruce Kimm, Gene Lamont, Milt May, Ray Miller, Rich Donnelly, Tommy Sandt
ExecutivesChairman/CEO: Douglas D. Danforth, President: Carl Barger, General Manager: Larry Doughty
Minor Leagues(AAA) Buffalo Bisons, (AA) Harrisburg Senators, (A) Augusta Pirates, (A) Welland Pirates, (A) Salem Buccaneers, (Rookie) Princeton Pirates
Radio (KDKA) Jim Rooker, John Sanders, Larry Frattare, Steve Blass
TV (KDKA) Jim Rooker, John Sanders, Larry Frattare, Steve Blass
Cable TV (KBL) Jim Rooker, John Sanders, Larry Frattare, Steve Blass

The 1989 Pittsburgh Pirates went 74-88 and finished 5th in the National League East. The Pirates drew 1,374,141 to Three Rivers Stadium. Bobby Bonilla made the All-Star team. Gold Glove winners for 1989 included Andy Van Slyke.

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