Pittsburgh Pirates fans now have a new show to help them put the previous week in Pirates baseball to bed. Introducing The Pirates Week That Was on Pirates Breakdown Radio

Pittsburgh Pirates fans just went through a roller coaster opening week in the 2017 season. Luckily for them, Pirates Breakdown Radio is debuting a NEW show on our network – “The Pirates Week That Was,”

This show aims to recap the previous week in Pirates baseball in an easy to digest 15-minute in and out format. We”ll run through everything that happened, highlight the heroes of the week (and the “goats” of the week), and get YOUR opinion on what you saw during the past seven days.

This show will be published every Sunday evening.  We hope you enjoy!  If you like what we’re doing with Pirates Breakdown Radio, please consider leaving us a review on iTunes, by following the links below!

But for now, here is the first episode:

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Our podcast feed has been reborn as Pirates Breakdown Radio. On one singular feed, you will find a variety of shows, interviews, quick hits and much more. All designed to keep Pittsburgh Pirates fans informed and entertained no matter where they are.

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Jason Rollison

Jason Rollison has been analyzing baseball and the Pirates in one way or another for 4+ years. Jason's previous stops include rumbunter.com, Pittsburgh Sporting News, Call To The Pen and several print publications. He also covers the State College Spikes for the Centre County Gazette (State College, PA) When it comes to analyzing baseball, he likes to take a middle-of-the-road approach, with one foot on the analytics side of the fence and the other on the old-school side. Having said that, he is a sucker for pitchf/x. Jason has appeared as a phone-in and in-studio guests in numerous outlets, including Trib Live Radio and 93.7 The Fan (CBS Sports Radio)