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Perrotto: Five More Who Should Be in Pirates’ Hall of Fame (+)

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It is hard to know exactly what the Pittsburgh Pirates’ newly created team Hall of Fame will look like in the future.

The Pirates have committed to conduct a yearly ceremony to induct new members. However, they haven’t decided much beyond that.

“We intentionally have not pinned down a process because it’s hard to know exactly what’s going to happen as we go forward,” Pirates owner Bob Nutting said Saturday after the Pirates inducted their first 19-member class. “We’re going to stay flexible, but we are going to find ways to continue to tell the stories. I think it’s such an important part of our legacy and we need to be responsible to share and celebrate that story every way we can.”

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