List of Pittsburgh Pirates Opening Day starting pitchers

The Pittsburgh Pirates are a Major League Baseball (MLB) franchise based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. They play in the National League Central division. In their history, the franchise has also played under the name Pittsburg Alleghenys. They played in the American Association from 1882 through 1886, and have played in the National League since 1887. The first game of the new baseball season for a team is played on Opening Day, and being named the Opening Day starter is an honor, which is often given to the player who is expected to lead the pitching staff that season,[1] though there are various strategic reasons why a team's best pitcher might not start on Opening Day.[2] The Pirates have used 71 Opening Day starting pitchers since they began to play as a Major League team in 1882. The Pirates have a record of 69 wins and 60 losses in their Opening Day games.[3][4][5]

The Pirates have played in several different home ball parks. Between 1882 and 1909 they played in two parks called Exposition Park and in Recreation Park. They played in Forbes Field from 1909 to 1970 and Three Rivers Stadium from 1970 to 2000 and they have played in their current stadium, PNC Park, since 2001. They had a record of no wins and one loss in the first Exposition Park, four wins and no losses in Recreation Park and no wins and two losses in the second Exposition Park. They had a record of four wins and two losses at Forbes Field and a record of five wins and eight losses at Three Rivers Stadium. Through 2010, they have a record of two wins and one loss at PNC Park. That gives the Pirates an overall Opening Day record of 15 wins and 14 losses at home. They have a record of 54 wins and 46 losses in Opening Day games on the road.[3][4][5]

Bob Friend has made the most Opening Day starts for the Pirates, with seven. Babe Adams and Frank Killen each made five Opening Day starts for the Pirates, and Deacon Phillippe, Howie Camnitz, Cy Blanton and Bob Veale each made four Opening Day starts. Ed Morris, Pud Galvin, Wilbur Cooper, Ray Kremer, Rip Sewell, Steve Blass, Dock Ellis, Rick Rhoden, Doug Drabek and Francisco Liriano all made three Opening Day starts for the Pirates.[3] Several Pittsburgh Pirates Opening Day starting pitchers have been elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame, including Galvin, Burleigh Grimes, Waite Hoyt, Jim Bunning, and Bert Blyleven.[6] Bunning was elected as both a United States congressman and senator from Kentucky after retiring from baseball.[7][8]

The Pirates have won nine National League titles, in 1901, 1902, 1903, 1909, 1925, 1927, 1960, 1971 and 1979.[9] They went on to win the World Series in 1909, 1925, 1960, 1971 and 1979 (the modern World Series begin in 1903).[9] Sam Leever was the Pirates Opening Day starting pitcher in 1901, Phillippe was the Opening Day starting pitcher in both 1902 and 1903, Camnitz was the Opening Day starting pitcher in 1909, Emil Yde in 1925, Kremer in 1927, Friend in 1960, Ellis in 1971 and Blyleven in 1979.

Key

Season Each year is linked to an article about that particular Pirates season.
Pitcher (#)Number of appearances as Opening Day starter with the Pirates
W Win
L Loss
T Tie
ND (W) No decision by starting pitcher; Pirates won game
ND (L) No decision by starting pitcher; Pirates lost game
(W) Pirates won game; no information on starting pitcher's decision
(L) Pirates lost game; no information on starting pitcher's decision
* Advanced to the post-season
** NL Champions
World Series Champions

Pitchers

Season Pitcher Decision Final
score
Opponent Location Ref(s)
1882 Jack Leary (W) 10–9 Cincinnati Red Stockings Bank Street Grounds [10]
1883 Denny Driscoll (L) 0–4 Philadelphia Athletics Exposition Park I [11]
1884 John Fox (L) 2–9 Philadelphia Athletics Recreation Park [12]
1885 Ed Morris (W) 7–0 St. Louis Browns Sportsman's Park [13]
1886 Ed Morris (2) (L) 4–8 St. Louis Browns Sportsman's Park [14]
1887 Pud Galvin (W) 6–2 Chicago White Stockings Recreation Park [15]
1888 Ed Morris (3) (W) 5–2 Detroit Wolverines Recreation Park [16]
1889 Pud Galvin (2) (W) 8–5 Chicago White Stockings Recreation Park [17]
1890 Pete Daniels (W) 3–2 Cleveland Spiders Recreation Park [18]
1891 Pud Galvin (3) (L) 6–7 Chicago Colts Exposition Park III [19]
1892 Mark Baldwin (W) 7–5 Cincinnati Reds League Park [20]
1893 Frank Killen (L) 2–7 Cleveland Spiders Exposition Park III [21]
1894 Frank Killen (2) (L) 3–11 St. Louis Browns Robison Field [22]
1895 Frank Killen (3) (L) 2–11 Louisville Colonels Eclipse Park [23]
1896 Pink Hawley (W) 9–1 Cincinnati Reds League Park [24]
1897 Frank Killen (4) (W) 4–1 St. Louis Browns Robison Field [25]
1898 Frank Killen (5) (L) 3–10 Louisville Colonels Eclipse Park [26]
1899 Jesse Tannehill (W) 5–2 Cincinnati Reds League Park [27]
1900 Sam Leever (L) 0–3 St. Louis Cardinals Robison Field [28]
1901** Sam Leever (2) (W) 4–2 Cincinnati Reds League Park [29]
1902** Deacon Phillippe (W) 1–0 St. Louis Cardinals Robison Field [30]
1903** Deacon Phillippe (2) (W) 7–1 Cincinnati Reds Palace of the Fans [31]
1904 Deacon Phillippe (3) (W) 5–4 St. Louis Cardinals Robison Field [32]
1905 Patsy Flaherty (W) 9–4 Cincinnati Reds Palace of the Fans [33]
1906 Vic Willis (W) 2–1 St. Louis Cardinals Robison Field [34]
1907 Deacon Phillippe (4) (L) 3–4 Cincinnati Reds Palace of the Fans [35]
1908 Howie Camnitz (W) 3–1 St. Louis Cardinals Robison Field [36]
1909 Howie Camnitz (2) (W) 3–0 Cincinnati Reds Palace of the Fans [37]
1910 Howie Camnitz (3) (W) 5–1 St. Louis Cardinals Robison Field [38]
1911 Babe Adams W 14–0 Cincinnati Reds Palace of the Fans [39]
1912 Howie Camnitz (4) (L) 0–7 St. Louis Cardinals Robison Field [40]
1913 Babe Adams (2) (W) 9–2 Cincinnati Reds Redland Field [41]
1914 Babe Adams (3) (L) 1–2 St. Louis Cardinals Robison Field [42]
1915 George McQuillan (W) 9–2 Cincinnati Reds Redland Field [43]
1916 Erv Kantlehner (L) 1–2 St. Louis Cardinals Robison Field [44]
1917 Elmer Jacobs (L) 3–5 Chicago Cubs Weeghman Park [45]
1918 Wilbur Cooper (L) 0–2 Cincinnati Reds Redland Field [46]
1919 Wilbur Cooper (2) (L) 1–5 Chicago Cubs Weeghman Park [47]
1920 Babe Adams (4) W 5–4 St. Louis Cardinals Robison Field [48]
1921 Babe Adams (5) L 3–5 Cincinnati Reds Redland Field [49]
1922 Wilbur Cooper (3) L 1–10 St. Louis Cardinals Sportsman's Park [50]
1923 Johnny Morrison W 3–2 Chicago Cubs Cubs Park [51]
1924 Johnny Morrison (2) ND (L) 5–6 Cincinnati Reds Redland Field [52]
1925 Emil Yde L 2–8 Chicago Cubs Cubs Park [53]
1926 Vic Aldridge L 6–7 St. Louis Cardinals Sportsman's Park [54]
1927** Ray Kremer W 2–1 Cincinnati Reds Redland Field [55]
1928 Ray Kremer (2) L 7–14 St. Louis Cardinals Sportsman's Park [56]
1929 Burleigh Grimes W 4–3 Chicago Cubs Wrigley Field [57]
1930 Ray Kremer (3) ND (W) 7–6 Cincinnati Reds Redland Field [58]
1931 Larry French (L) 2–6 Chicago Cubs Wrigley Field [59]
1932 Larry French (2) (L) 2–10 St. Louis Cardinals Sportsman's Park [60]
1933 Bill Swift W 4–1 Cincinnati Reds Redland Field [61]
1934 Heinie Meine (L) 1–7 St. Louis Cardinals Sportsman's Park [62]
1935 Waite Hoyt W 12–6 Cincinnati Reds Crosley Field [63]
1936 Cy Blanton ND (W) 8–6 Cincinnati Reds Crosley Field [64]
1937 Cy Blanton (2) W 5–0 Chicago Cubs Wrigley Field [65]
1938 Cy Blanton (3) ND (W) 4–3 St. Louis Cardinals Sportsman's Park [66]
1939 Cy Blanton (4) W 7–5 Cincinnati Reds Crosley Field [67]
1940 Bob Klinger W 6–4 St. Louis Cardinals Sportsman's Park [68]
1941 Bob Klinger (2) (L) 4–7 Chicago Cubs Wrigley Field [69]
1942 Max Butcher W 4–2 Cincinnati Reds Crosley Field [70]
1943 Rip Sewell W 6–0 Chicago Cubs Wrigley Field [71]
1944 Preacher Roe (L) 0–2 St. Louis Cardinals Sportsman's Park [72]
1945 Fritz Ostermueller (L) 6–7 Cincinnati Reds Crosley Field [73]
1946 Fritz Ostermueller (2) ND (W) 6–4 St. Louis Cardinals Sportsman's Park [74]
1947 Rip Sewell (2) W 1–0 Chicago Cubs Wrigley Field [75]
1948 Hal Gregg (L) 1–4 Cincinnati Reds Crosley Field [76]
1949 Rip Sewell (3) W 1–0 Chicago Cubs Wrigley Field [77]
1950 Bob Chesnes (L) 2–4 St. Louis Cardinals Sportsman's Park [78]
1951 Cliff Chambers W 4–3 Cincinnati Reds Crosley Field [79]
1952 Murry Dickson L 2–3 St. Louis Cardinals Sportsman's Park [80]
1953 Murry Dickson (2) L 5–8 Brooklyn Dodgers Ebbets Field [81]
1954 Bob Friend ND (W) 4–2 Philadelphia Phillies Forbes Field [82]
1955 Max Surkont L 1–6 Brooklyn Dodgers Ebbets Field [83]
1956 Bob Friend (2) L 3–4 New York Giants Polo Grounds [84]
1957 Bob Friend (3) W 9–2 New York Giants Forbes Field [85]
1958 Bob Friend (4) ND (W) 4–3 Milwaukee Braves County Stadium [86]
1959 Ron Kline L 1–4 Cincinnati Reds Crosley Field [87]
1960 Bob Friend (5) ND (L) 3–4 Milwaukee Braves County Stadium [88]
1961 Bob Friend (6) ND (W) 8–7 San Francisco Giants Candlestick Park [89]
1962 Bob Friend (7) W 6–0 Philadelphia Phillies Forbes Field [90]
1963 Earl Francis L 2–5 Cincinnati Reds Crosley Field [91]
1964 Bob Veale ND (L) 8–4 Chicago Cubs Forbes Field [92]
1965 Bob Veale (2) W 1–0 San Francisco Giants Forbes Field [93]
1966 Bob Veale (3) ND (W) 3–2 Atlanta Braves Atlanta–Fulton County Stadium [94]
1967 Bob Veale (4) W 6–3 New York Mets Shea Stadium [95]
1968 Jim Bunning ND (L) 4–5 Houston Astros Astrodome [96]
1969 Steve Blass ND (W) 6–2 St. Louis Cardinals Busch Stadium [97]
1970* Steve Blass (2) ND (L) 3–5 New York Mets Forbes Field [98]
1971 Dock Ellis W 4–2 Philadelphia Phillies Three Rivers Stadium [99]
1972* Dock Ellis (2) L 0–4 New York Mets Shea Stadium [100]
1973 Steve Blass (3) ND (W) 7–5 St. Louis Cardinals Three Rivers Stadium [101]
1974* Jerry Reuss ND (L) 5–6 St. Louis Cardinals Busch Stadium [102]
1975* Dock Ellis (3) ND (W) 8–4 Chicago Cubs Wrigley Field [103]
1976 Doc Medich ND (W) 5–4 Philadelphia Phillies Veterans Stadium [104]
1977 Jerry Reuss (2) L 6–12 St. Louis Cardinals Three Rivers Stadium [105]
1978 John Candelaria W 1–0 Chicago Cubs Three Rivers Stadium [106]
1979 Bert Blyleven ND (L) 2–3 Montreal Expos Three Rivers Stadium [107]
1980 Bert Blyleven (2) L 0–1 St. Louis Cardinals Busch Stadium [108]
1981 Jim Bibby ND (L) 2–6 Montreal Expos Three Rivers Stadium [109]
1982 Rick Rhoden ND (W) 11–7 St. Louis Cardinals Busch Stadium [110]
1983 John Candelaria (2) W 7–1 St. Louis Cardinals Busch Stadium [111]
1984 Rick Rhoden (2) L 1–5 San Diego Padres Jack Murphy Stadium [112]
1985 Rick Rhoden (3) L 1–2 Chicago Cubs Wrigley Field [113]
1986 Rick Reuschel L 2–4 New York Mets Three Rivers Stadium [114]
1987 Bob Patterson L 2–3 New York Mets Shea Stadium [115]
1988 Mike Dunne W 5–3 Philadelphia Phillies Veterans Stadium [116]
1989 Bob Walk ND (L) 5–6 Montreal Expos Olympic Stadium [117]
1990* Doug Drabek W 12–3 New York Mets Shea Stadium [118]
1991* Doug Drabek (2) L 0–7 Montreal Expos Three Rivers Stadium [119]
1992* Doug Drabek (3) W 2–0 Montreal Expos Three Rivers Stadium [120]
1993 Tim Wakefield W 9–4 San Diego Padres Three Rivers Stadium [121]
1994 Zane Smith L 0–8 San Francisco Giants Candlestick Park [122]
1995 Jon Lieber L 2–6 Montreal Expos Three Rivers Stadium [123]
1996 Paul Wagner W 4–0 Florida Marlins Joe Robbie Stadium [124]
1997 Jon Lieber (2) ND (W) 5–2 San Francisco Giants Candlestick Park [125]
1998 Francisco Córdova W 4–0 Montreal Expos Olympic Stadium [126]
1999 Francisco Córdova (2) L 2–9 Montreal Expos Three Rivers Stadium [127]
2000 Jason Schmidt L 2–5 Houston Astros Three Rivers Stadium [128]
2001 Todd Ritchie L 2–3 Cincinnati Reds Great American Ball Park [129]
2002 Ron Villone L 2–6 New York Mets Shea Stadium [130]
2003 Kris Benson W 10–1 Cincinnati Reds Great American Ball Park [131]
2004 Kip Wells W 2–1 Philadelphia Phillies PNC Park [132]
2005 Óliver Pérez L 2–9 Milwaukee Brewers PNC Park [133]
2006 Óliver Pérez (2) ND (L) 2–5 Milwaukee Brewers Miller Park [134]
2007 Zach Duke ND (W) 4–2 Houston Astros Minute Maid Park [135]
2008 Ian Snell ND (W) 12–11 Atlanta Braves Turner Field [136]
2009 Paul Maholm ND (W) 6–4 St. Louis Cardinals Busch Stadium [4]
2010 Zach Duke (2) W 115 Los Angeles Dodgers PNC Park [5]
2011 Kevin Correia W 63 Chicago Cubs Wrigley Field [5]
2012 Érik Bédard L 10 Philadelphia Phillies PNC Park [137]
2013* A. J. Burnett L 31 Chicago Cubs PNC Park [138]
2014* Francisco Liriano ND (W) 10 Chicago Cubs PNC Park [139]
2015* Francisco Liriano (2) ND (L) 25 Cincinnati Reds Great American Ball Park
2016 Francisco Liriano (3) W 41 St. Louis Cardinals PNC Park
2017 Gerrit Cole L 35 Boston Red Sox Fenway Park
2018 Iván Nova ND (W) 1310 Detroit Tigers Comerica Park

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