Pittsburgh Pirates fans now have an easy way to recap the previous week in Pirates baseball before looking ahead to the next week of action.

As part of Pirates Breakdown Radio – the one podcast feed that Pittsburgh Pirates fans must subscribe to – we break down the previous week in Pirates baseball with The Week That Was. Here is the latest episode:

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The Week That Was (TWTW) is released every Monday morning, though subscribers to our feed can get it much sooner (see below). In this week’s episode, we review Gift Ngoepe‘s historic Major League debut. We also go over what ended up being a very up-and-down week for the Bucs.

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Steve Kubitz

Steve Kubitz was born and raised in the Stanton Heights neighborhood of Pittsburgh, PA. He is a long time and annoyingly positive baseball fan. He bought into the Pirates' 5-year-plan before it was cool. He is best known for staying calm about losing streaks on twitter and trying his best to make sure other fans don’t overreact to when the Pirates lose a tough ballgame to a division rival. The only thing he isn’t positive about is the wave during close ballgames.