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Q: What is the longest Pittsburgh Pirate Baseball Game?
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What was the longest Major League Baseball game in 2003?

A 23 innings game between the Indians and the Twins.


Can a regular season baseball game end in a tie?

No it is impossible for a regular season baseball game to end in a tie. The longest game ever played was 26 innings long. No tie there.


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What is the longest losing streak in Pittsburgh Pirates history?

Pirates On Longest Losing Streak In History Buccos Lose 12 Games In Row POSTED: 2:39 pm EDT June 28, 2006 PITTSBURGH -- The Pittsburgh Pirates are on their longest losing streak in modern history. The record-tying loss came Tuesday night at home against the World Series champion Chicago White Sox. They lost 4-2, which is the Bucs� 12th losing game in a row. It ties the team's longest losing streak in the modern era. The Pirates also lost 12 games in a row in 1914 and in 1939. The longest losing streak in franchise history is 23 games. That was in 1889 when the team was known as the Alleghenies. So how much has changed since the last time the Pirates lost 12 games in a row? In 1939, there were only 16 teams in the majors. Today there are 30. And in 1939, people saw the first televised Major League Baseball game. And the Pittsburgh Steelers were still known as the Pittsburgh Pirates The longest losing streak in franchise history, (23 games) actually happened in 1890. Began with a loss on August 12, 1890 ... and the twenty-third loss came on September 2, 1890. Losses number 20-21-22 all came on September 1, of 1890 -- that's right ... a triple-header!

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