Mar 5, 2014; Dunedin, FL, USA; Pittsburg Pirates catcher Tony Sanchez (26) warms up before the spring training exhibition game against the Toronto Blue Jays at Florida Auto Exchange Park. Mandatory Credit: Jonathan Dyer-USA TODAY Sports

The Definitive Pittsburgh Pirates 2014 Preview Video


You’ve seen other Pittsburgh Pirates videos, but you haven’t seen the Definitive Pirates video preview of the 2014 season.    This video will get you fired up so, you’ve been warned.   Below you have the work of Drew Brown.

If you know his work, you know what to expect.  After watching the video, we think Drew Brown remains the king of YouTube.  [More of his work is here]

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The video features Andrew McCutchen, Starling Marte, Pedro Alvarez, Neil Walker, the sparkling defensive work of Tony Sanchez.

There are plenty frames of skipper Clint Hurdle clapping…and chewing gum.

Gerrit Cole gets plenty of hugs after doing work.

We especially like the transition to the Shark Tank as Brown drops in a banner shot from PNC Park before the highlights roll to Jason Grilli beating the chest protector of Russell Martin.  Big Willy Style gets in on the action around the two minute mark.

Watch Mark Melancon at 2:05, that’s a GIF waiting to happen.  Hahahahahahaha!

We forgot about how Jason Grilli carved up the Detroit Tigers.  Damn, that was some impressive stuff from the Bucs closer.

Of course, the Black Out gets featured quickly with the Russell Martin Johnny Cueto highlight that will not be forgotten ever in the city of Pittsburgh.  There had to be 150,000 people at the park that night!

The Jordy Mercer inside-the-park homerun gets some special love from Brown toward the end of the video.  Another image we nearly forgot about from the 2013 magical season.

More great work from the King of YouTube.  Well done, Mr. Brown, well done.

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  • TOURMAN

    It’s a good last year’s highlight video, but I wouldn’t necessarily call it a “preview” video. Still fun to watch, though.