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Pirates Pitching Coach, Who Proved His Hatred of Brewers, Photo Caption Contest

You remember the drill.

Place your best caption on the Pittsburgh Pirates pitching coach’s baseball card

If the judges think yours is the best, you are a winner and we send you a Pro Scouting Pittsburgh Pirates Edition magazine that might, or might not have money placed inside.  Now you may ask, how does Ray Searage prove his hatred of the Brewers?

We will tell you.  He threw 22 innings with the Brew Crew in 1986.  He gave up 17 earned runs.  He was then traded to the White Sox in July of ’86, drank Tiger Blood, and threw 29 innings and allowed just two earned runs. 

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  • http://agon..... Jordy

    who wants a mustache ride?

  • whiteAngus

    “you think the word Loogy is gonna get a smile outta me, Mr. Photogra…” DAMNIT!!!”

  • RaySearageFan

    Yeh, she loves my lip sweater

  • cocktailsfor2

    Ray Searage is happier than a pig in shit that he missed the Sox’ “softball uniforms” [SHORTS and KNEE SOCKS] by two years.

  • Patrick

    “You may run like Mays, but you hit like shit”

    Reference — He looks a lot like James Gammon who played coach Lou Brown in Major League.

    • whiteAngus

      “throw him the heeeeeeater, rickeeeeeee”

    • cocktailsfor2

      …if ya gotta explain it…


  • chuck

    Phil Garner was my idol!

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  • Brian

    Which way to the ’72 Oakland A’s reunion??

  • Jimmy

    “Heh.. there’s a squirrel in that tree”

  • Brian

    Hrabosky schamosky! His lip cheese ain’t got nothin’ on me!

  • jmarter

    I am coming for you Rollie!!!

  • Brian

    When asked about the White Sox chances this year, Ray Searage fought to hold back his emotions.

  • matt

    1988 topps were WAY OVERPRINTED!…which means more Searage face salad for us to marvel at!

  • JoseLindwasmyHero

    With his ingenious huge fake mustache, Harrison Ford successfully evaded being the star of George Lucas’ “sword and sorcery” classic, Willow.

  • cocktailsfor2

    Ray Searage smiles, knowing that the caterpillar on his upper lip will soon become a beautiful butterfly…

  • Dave

    Screw the Beard. This is The MagiStache!