Added Scripts: 1933-1947
Blue and red were still the colors the Pirates went by in this era.
The “P” chest logo became a home exclusive for the 1933 to 1935 seasons. The logo went to red with blue trim on a plain white jersey with a blue spoonhead. By 1935 the home and away jerseys (back) featured “Pirates” in stylized red with blue trim script. The road jerseys had this look already in 1933.
In 1942, the Pirates went to a more conventional home nickname, away city look. “Pirates” in a red with blue trim serif block font was on the red spoonhead home jersey. “Pittsburgh”, in the same fashion, was on the gray, with red spoonhead, uniform.
Initially, the Pirates kept the navy and red “P” hat until the 1940 season. A blue hat with a red and white striped bill was worn for a few seasons. This transitioned to a blue with white “P” look. The 1947 team had a stylized “P” on their cap.