Pirates Cut Jolly Roger
Nolan Thomas | 01/09/14 | 11:37 PM EST 0 Comments
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Arrrgh, Down to Davy Jones locker for you Jolly Roger.

After nearly 80 years as the main symbol for the Pittsburgh Pirates, the Jolly Roger logo has walked the plank and will be replaced simply by the gold “P” as the primary logo for the team.
 
What the hell, has someone been offended by the old skull and crossbones with an eye patch enough for the Pirates to turn Liberal on us?
 
I guess all those old Pirates out there were offended by what the logo represented. Or maybe it was the overly moral and religious crowd that was offended by what the logo represented historically.
 
Or maybe it was none of the above and the Pirates owners were getting paranoid that it might get to that point and gave old Jolly Roger his walking papers.
 
Either way, in any of the news briefs concerning this there has been no explanation as to why they did this and personally, I’d like to know, just for yuks sake.     
 
In this Article: PITTSBURGH PIRATES | JOLLY ROGER | LIBERAL | MLB

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