1906 Pittsburgh Pirates Schedule

Baseball Almanac is pleased to present a comprehensive team schedule for the 1906 Pittsburgh Pirates with dates for every game played, opponents faced, a final score, and a cumulative record for the 1906 season.

"I don't think I stayed for a complete game that first year (in Arizona). But something happened. During the second year, I started watching more intently, listening to the broadcasters talk about strategy. I started getting it. Suddenly, a 162-game season didn't seem ridiculously long anymore." - Richard Ruelas in The Arizona Republic (11-07-2001)
1906 Pittsburgh Pirates


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Complete Schedule

1
04-12-1906
2-1
W
1-0
2
04-15-1906
5-3
W
2-0
3
04-17-1906
3-2
W
3-0
4
04-18-1906
4-7
L
3-1
5
04-19-1906
2-8
L
3-2
6
04-20-1906
6-4
W
4-2
7
04-21-1906
5-3
W
5-2
8
04-22-1906
1-3
L
5-3
9
04-24-1906
6-3
W
6-3
10
04-25-1906
4-3
W
7-3
11
04-27-1906
2-8
L
7-4
12
04-28-1906
10-0
W
8-4
13
04-29-1906
6-11
L
8-5
14
04-30-1906
3-0
W
9-5
15
05-01-1906
3-8
L
9-6
16
05-02-1906
4-1
W
10-6
17
05-04-1906
2-7
L
10-7
18
05-05-1906
5-8
L
10-8
19
05-06-1906
1-5
L
10-9
20
05-07-1906
2-3
L
10-10
21
05-08-1906
3-2
W
11-10
22
05-11-1906
0-2
L
11-11
23
05-12-1906
2-6
L
11-12
24
05-14-1906
7-6
W
12-12
25
05-15-1906
5-4
W
13-12
26
05-16-1906
11-0
W
14-12
27
05-17-1906
2-0
W
15-12
28
05-18-1906
7-6
W
16-12
29
05-19-1906
1-5
L
16-13
30
05-21-1906
8-0
W
17-13
31
05-22-1906
1-0
W
18-13
32
05-23-1906
5-0
W
19-13
33
05-24-1906
6-5
W
20-13
34
05-25-1906
2-0
W
21-13
35
05-26-1906
2-4
L
21-14
36
05-29-1906
7-8
L
21-15
37-I
05-30-1906
7-5
W
22-15
38-II
05-30-1906
9-1
W
23-15
39
05-31-1906
3-0
W
24-15
40
06-01-1906
5-4
W
25-15
41
06-02-1906
10-2
W
26-15
42
06-03-1906
1-4
L
26-16
43
06-05-1906
9-3
W
27-16
44
06-06-1906
8-0
W
28-16
45
06-08-1906
10-4
W
29-16
46
06-09-1906
7-1
W F
30-16
47
06-11-1906
5-3
W
31-16
48
06-12-1906
0-2
L
31-17
49
06-13-1906
3-0
W
32-17
50
06-14-1906
6-1
W
33-17
51
06-15-1906
4-1
W
34-17
52
06-20-1906
15-2
W
35-17
53
06-21-1906
4-5
L
35-18
54
06-22-1906
2-1
W
36-18
55
06-23-1906
2-0
W
37-18
56
06-24-1906
3-4
L
37-19
57
06-25-1906
4-2
W
38-19
58
06-26-1906
6-4
W
39-19
59
06-27-1906
3-1
W
40-19
60
06-28-1906
1-3
L
40-20
61
06-29-1906
5-2
W
41-20
62
06-30-1906
6-3
W
42-20
63-I
07-01-1906
6-1
W
43-20
64-II
07-01-1906
1-3
L
43-21
65
07-02-1906
4-8
L
43-22
66-I
07-04-1906
0-1
L
43-23
67-II
07-04-1906
0-1
L
43-24
68
07-05-1906
3-6
L
43-25
69
07-06-1906
3-2
W
44-25
70
07-07-1906
0-5
L
44-26
71
07-08-1906
3-1
W
45-26
72
07-09-1906
9-0
W
46-26
73
07-10-1906
6-7
L
46-27
74-I
07-11-1906
1-3
L
46-28
75-II
07-11-1906
5-1
W
47-28
76
07-12-1906
9-6
W
48-28
77
07-13-1906
3-2
W
49-28
78
07-14-1906
2-0
W
50-28
79
07-17-1906
1-4
L
50-29
80
07-18-1906
9-3
W
51-29
81
07-19-1906
6-3
W
52-29
82
07-20-1906
1-3
L
52-30
83
07-21-1906
8-2
W
53-30
84
07-23-1906
7-1
W
54-30
85
07-24-1906
4-3
W
55-30
86
07-25-1906
0-3
L
55-31
87
07-26-1906
7-2
W
56-31
88
07-27-1906
10-2
W
57-31
89
07-28-1906
9-3
W
58-31
90
07-31-1906
2-3
L
58-32
91
08-01-1906
1-0
W
59-32
92
08-03-1906
1-2
L
59-33
93
08-04-1906
0-1
L
59-34
94-I
08-06-1906
3-0
W
60-34
95-II
08-06-1906
7-3
W
61-34
96
08-07-1906
7-5
W
62-34
97
08-08-1906
2-0
W
63-34
98
08-09-1906
0-6
L
63-35
99
08-10-1906
0-1
L
63-36
100
08-11-1906
1-2
L
63-37
101-I
08-13-1906
1-6
L
63-38
102-II
08-13-1906
1-2
L
63-39
103
08-14-1906
4-0
W
64-39
104-I
08-15-1906
3-5
L
64-40
105-II
08-15-1906
10-4
W
65-40
106
08-16-1906
8-0
W
66-40
107
08-17-1906
4-2
W
67-40
108
08-18-1906
7-2
W
68-40
109
08-20-1906
2-1
W
69-40
110
08-21-1906
8-7
W
70-40
111
08-22-1906
2-1
W
71-40
112
08-23-1906
7-3
W
72-40
113
08-24-1906
0-3
L
72-41
114
08-25-1906
8-3
W
73-41
115-I
08-28-1906
5-3
W
74-41
116-II
08-28-1906
0-2
L
74-42
117
08-29-1906
1-0
W
75-42
118
08-30-1906
5-4
W
76-42
119
08-31-1906
7-5
W
77-42
120
09-01-1906
9-7
W
78-42
121
09-02-1906
2-4
L
78-43
122-I
09-03-1906
2-1
W
79-43
123-II
09-03-1906
7-1
W
80-43
124
09-04-1906
5-1
W
81-43
125
09-05-1906
4-9
L
81-44
126
09-06-1906
0-2
L
81-45
127
09-07-1906
1-9
L
81-46
128
09-08-1906
0-3
L
81-47
129
09-09-1906
2-7
L
81-48
130
09-11-1906
0-0
T
81-48-1
131
09-12-1906
5-6
L
81-49-1
132-I
09-13-1906
5-3
W
82-49-1
133-II
09-13-1906
3-0
W
83-49-1
134
09-15-1906
1-4
L
83-50-1
135
09-16-1906
1-5
L
83-51-1
136
09-18-1906
2-3
L
83-52-1
137
09-19-1906
5-4
W
84-52-1
138-I
09-20-1906
4-10
L
84-53-1
139-II
09-20-1906
3-2
W
85-53-1
140
09-21-1906
1-5
L
85-54-1
141-I
09-24-1906
6-5
W
86-54-1
142-II
09-24-1906
6-0
W
87-54-1
143
09-25-1906
3-4
L
87-55-1
144-I
09-26-1906
5-0
W
88-55-1
145-II
09-26-1906
8-0
W
89-55-1
146
09-27-1906
3-9
L
89-56-1
147-I
09-28-1906
4-5
L
89-57-1
148-II
09-28-1906
1-0
W
90-57-1
149-I
09-29-1906
3-0
W
91-57-1
150-II
09-29-1906
5-6
L
91-58-1
151
10-01-1906
5-1
W
92-58-1
152
10-02-1906
0-2
L
92-59-1
153
10-04-1906
0-4
L
92-60-1
154
10-07-1906
5-2
W
93-60-1


The 1906 Pittsburgh Pirates (click team name for complete roster) home / road splits for the regular season were 49-27-1 (0.645 winning percentage) at home and 44-33 (0.571 winning percentage) away.

Did you know that the 1906 Pittsburgh Pirates were 18-5 in June? We hope you enjoy using the charts below to review other similar schedule splits:

Monthly Splits
Month (Games) Won Lost WP
April (14) 9 5 0.643
May (25) 15 10 0.600
June (23) 18 5 0.783
July (28) 16 12 0.571
August (29) 19 10 0.655
September (31) 14 16 0.467
October (4) 2 2 0.500
Team vs Team Splits
Opponent (Games) Won Lost WP
Boston Beaneaters (22) 19 3 0.864
Brooklyn Superbas (22) 13 9 0.591
Chicago Cubs (21) 5 16 0.238
Cincinnati Reds (23) 14 8 0.636
New York Giants (22) 11 11 0.500
Philadelphia Phillies (22) 14 8 0.636
St. Louis Cardinals (22) 17 5 0.773
Score Related Splits
Type (Games) Won Lost WP
Shutouts (42) 26 16 0.619
1-Run Games (43) 25 18 0.581
Blowouts (41) 28 13 0.683

During the regular season the 1906 Pittsburgh Pirates scored the most runs (15) on June 20, 1906 versus the New York Giants. The most runs scored against them (11) was played on April 29, 1906 versus the Cincinnati Reds.

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