9 Pirates you totally forgot wore Jaromir Jagr's number

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The first two players to wear #68 had the least amount of action for the Pirates in the number. Jim Dougherty's tenure with the Pittsburgh Pirates spanned the 1999 season, where he appeared in just two games as a relief pitcher. He pitched just two innings and gave up two earned runs. That is all he did for the organization. Overall, his career produced a modest 8–4 record. Dougherty had played two seasons with the Astros and one with the Oakland Athletics. Overall he produced a relatively high career earned run average of 5.99. Of the group, Dougherty is the least notable of the players who wore the number 68 for the Pittsburgh Pirates.

Wyatt Toregas' journey with the Pirates began when he signed a minor league contract in 2011. Like Dougherty, Toregas had a very brief stint with the Pirates' major league club. He would only get four at-bats with the big league club and did not record a hit. Though his on-field opportunities were limited, Toregas embraced a new role as a coach within the organization. He was hired by the organization in 2012 and would end up coaching until the eventual end of the Neal Huntington regime. He would catch on with the Atlanta Braves' organization after being let go. Toregas spent more time making an impact as a coach rather than a player.