Well the Bucos keep losing and no one in Pittsburgh seems to care. But one thing Pittsburghers do seem to care about is the G-20. What is the G20? At first I thought it had something to do with rapper 50 cent.
But he is busy in the studio. So I did some more research and found out it has something to do with a new Gatorade product.
But that also turned out not to be true. So I turned on the news and everyone talking about this thing is dressed like a polar bear.
Not sure why these polar bear haters have chosen Pittsburgh. The only polar bears I know in Pittsburgh are Anana, Aurora, Koda and Nuka at the Pittsburgh Zoo and Aquarium. So I stopped to ask them about the G20.
They all had no comment.
So how does this all relate to the Pirates? Well during the G20, on Sept 24-25, while most businesses in Pittsburgh will be closed, due to the fear of polar bear attack.
The Pirates will be playing baseball.
According to the Tribune Review they are even welcoming these masked Polar bear haters.
The Pirates offer preferred seating to groups of 20 (can you believe it?) or more. Those groups also get recognized on the scoreboard during the game.
Protesters probably could get boffo box seats where they would enjoy superior views of our inferior team, as well as a Jumbotron greeting something along these lines:
“THE PIRATES EXTEND A WARM WELCOME TO ALL G-20 AGITATORS FUTILELY ATTEMPTING TO CONVERT OTHERS TO THEIR OVERLY IDEALISTIC WORLD VIEW.”
We hope all goes well and no one is hurt, especially the Pirate Parrot. We will keep you updated on the Pirates race to 100 loses.