1961 Pittsburgh Pirates Schedule

Baseball Almanac is pleased to present a comprehensive team schedule for the 1961 Pittsburgh Pirates with dates for every game played, opponents faced, a final score, and a cumulative record for the 1961 season.

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1961 Pittsburgh Pirates


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Complete Schedule

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


The 1961 Pittsburgh Pirates (click team name for complete roster) home / road splits for the regular season were 38-39 (0.494 winning percentage) at home and 37-40 (0.481 winning percentage) away.

Did you know that the 1961 Pittsburgh Pirates were 15-13 in June? We hope you enjoy using the charts below to review other similar schedule splits:

Monthly Splits
Month (Games) Won Lost WP
April (15) 9 6 0.600
May (24) 12 12 0.500
June (28) 15 13 0.536
July (26) 9 17 0.346
August (32) 16 16 0.500
September (28) 13 15 0.464
October (1) 1 0 1.000
Team vs Team Splits
Opponent (Games) Won Lost WP
Chicago Cubs (22) 11 11 0.500
Cincinnati Reds (22) 11 11 0.500
Los Angeles Dodgers (22) 9 13 0.409
Milwaukee Braves (22) 10 12 0.455
Philadelphia Phillies (22) 15 7 0.682
San Francisco Giants (22) 10 12 0.455
St. Louis Cardinals (22) 9 13 0.409
Score Related Splits
Type (Games) Won Lost WP
Shutouts (23) 9 14 0.391
1-Run Games (49) 22 27 0.449
Blowouts (37) 20 17 0.541

During the regular season the 1961 Pittsburgh Pirates scored the most runs (19) on August 3, 1961 versus the St. Louis Cardinals. The most runs scored against them (16) was played on July 25, 1961 versus the San Francisco Giants.

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