From 1992 to 2012, the Pittsburgh Pirates never had a single winning season, but regardless of how good or bad they were, they still had to send a representative to the MLB All-Star Game. Some of which have become forgotten.
From 1992 to 2012, the Pittsburgh Pirates always finished the season with a sub-.500 record. But even though they had a handful of awful teams in those 20 years, thanks to one of baseball’s sillier rules, they still had to send a representative to the Mid-Summer Classic.
Because of that, they’ve sent many underwhelming players to the All-Star Game, whether they truly deserved it or not. Even when they did deserve to go, many get rounded into the underwhelming group because of the amount of players.
So let’s go over three more players that many fans have likely forgotten represented the Pittsburgh Pirates as a National League All-Star. I previously went over five other players that you may have forgotten went to an All-Star Game in the 20 years of losing, which you can read here.
But, without further ado, let’s jump into the three forgotten NL All-Stars from the Pittsburgh Pirates 20 consecutive losing seasons that we will discuss today.