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Topic - Frank Coonelly
Pirates president Frank Coonelly issued a statement on Wednesday, a day after his team's 4-3 loss to the Braves in Atlanta that included a highly controversial call in the 19th inning.
Jose Bautista doesn't know if the Pirates didn't have the money to spend or simply didn't want to spend the money they had.
"We are humbled to honor one of the game's greatest power hitters by wearing Ralph's number on our sleeve," Pirates President Frank Coonelly said.
"For Pirates fans, we may have lost a game in the standings as a result of a missed call," Coonelly said, "but this game, and the gutsy performances by so many of our players, will make us stronger, more unified and more determined as we continue the battle for the National League Central Division."