GALLERY: Pitt, Star Wars share spotlight on weeknight Pirates-Mariners matchup

Gallagher also got a chance to throw out the first pitch. Matt Hawley | Staff Photographer

Chancellor Patrick Gallagher and football head coach Pat Narduzzi were on hand for the Pittsburgh Pirates “Pitt Night” Wednesday, July 27 at PNC Park. Matt Hawley | Staff Photographermore
The two showcased the newly unveiled “Pitt Script” baseball jerseys as part of the University’s plan to rebrand all sports to the throwback logo. Matt Hawley | Staff Photographermore
Gallagher also got a chance to throw out the first pitch. Matt Hawley | Staff Photographermore
Narduzzi talks to Pirates manager Clint Hurdle. Matt Hawley | Staff Photographermore
Pirate’s ace Gerrit Cole was on the mound Wednesday night. Matt Hawley | Staff Photographermore
There opponents were the American League’s Seattle Mariners for an interleague martchup. Matt Hawley | Staff Photographermore
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The Pirate Parrot shows off the other theme of the night — Star Wars. Matt Hawley | Staff Photographermore
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The Pirates tee’d off for 10 runs total in the game. Matt Hawley | Staff Photographermore
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Andrew McCutchen drove in 20 runs for the Pirates in September. Matt Hawley | Staff Photographermore
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Gerrit Cole went the distance for his first complete game, striking out six and only allowing three hits. Matt Hawley | Staff Photographermore
The Pirates won 10-1, improving to a 52-48 record on the year. Matt Hawley | Staff Photographermore

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