List of Relatives to Play for the Pittsburgh Pirates

The Pittsburgh Pirates called up third baseman Ke’Bryan Hayes on September 1, 2020 for his Major League debut. His father Charlie Hayes played for the 1996 Pirates. They became the 21st group of family members to play for the Pirates. Here’s the list of all of them, sorted by using the earliest family debut date first. This doesn’t include anyone related by marriage.

John Gilbert, 1890 and Harry Gilbert, 1890 – Brothers

Billy Gumbert, 1890, 1892, Ad Gumbert, 1893-94 and Harry Gumbert, 1949-50 – Brothers-Great-Uncles/Nephew

Hans Lobert, 1903, Joe Schultz Sr, 1916 and Joe Schultz Jr, 1939-41 – Cousins, Father/Son

Howie Camnitz, 1904, 06-13 and Harry Camnitz, 1909 – Brothers

Carson Bigbee, 1916-26 and Lyle Bigbee, 1921 – Brothers

Clyde Barnhart 1920-28 and Vic Barnhart, 1944-46 – Father/Son

Johnny Morrison, 1920-27 and Phil Morrison, 1921 – Brothers

Jim Bagby, Sr, 1923 and Jim Bagby, Jr, 1947 – Father/Son

Paul Waner, 1926-40 and Lloyd Waner, 1927-41, 44-45 – Brothers

Ray Mueller, 1939-40, 1950 and Don Gutteridge, 1948 – Cousins

Elmer Riddle, 1948-49 and Johnny Riddle, 1948 – Brothers

Vern Law, 1950-51, 54-67 and Vance Law, 1980-81 – Father/Son

Johnny O’Brien, 1953, 55-58 and Eddie O’Brien, 1953, 55-58 – Brothers (Twins)

Gene Freese, 1955-58, 64-65 and George Freese, 1955 – Brothers

Matty Alou, 1966-70 and Moises Alou, 1990 – Uncle/Nephew

Al Luplow, 1967 and Jordan Luplow, 2017-18 – Great-Uncle/Nephew

Gary Kolb, 1968-69 and Danny Kolb, 2007 – Cousins

Tony Armas,1976 and Tony Armas, 2007 – Father/Son

Ravelo Manzanillo, 1994-95 and Josias Manzanillo, 2000-02 – Brothers

Charlie Hayes, 1996 and Ke’Bryan Hayes 2020 – Father/Son

Adam LaRoche, 2007-09 and Andy LaRoche, 2008-10 – Brothers

 

 

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