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A season-long chronicle of the 2012 Pittsburgh Pirates' thrilling rise and sudden fall, presented from the view of a 22-year old, lifelong Bucco fan and his tweeting comrades-in-suffering. #LetsGoBucs captures the heartbeat of a fanbase during one of the most tumultuous years in franchise history, and sheds light on the modern baseball fan experience in the smartphone age. Through Twitter, sabermetrics, and good ol' fashioned sarcasm, #LetsGoBucs offers a telling panorama of the Pirates' twentieth consecutive losing season.
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ISBN: 9781483501314
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