|Entrance video for Pittsburgh Pirates’ outfielder Gregory Polanco in the style of WWE Attitude Era Chris Jericho.|
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We’ve waited 20 years. All bad things must come to an end. After 20 losing seasons, the Pittsburgh Pirates are on the verge of breaking the worst streak in American sports history. In the style of the TV show Breaking Bad, Benstonium’s latest video “Breaking .500” welcomes the end of a forgettable era in Pittsburgh baseball.
An Open Letter To Pirates Ownership
To Whom It May Concern:
As true fans of your beloved organization, we are concerned that with the team’s recent success, there is also the potential for a catastrophic downturn in gameday promotions. With playoff hopes high for the first time in two decades, and on-the-field performance attracting large crowds, the need for post-game concerts, bicentennial-grade firework shows, and running pierogies will decrease significantly. (more…)
After a long internal investigation of the Pittsburgh Pirates, Benstonium.com has concluded that owners and general managers concealed critical facts that their team had sucked for the past 19 years, failing to address the issue responsibly. (more…)
Benstonium is getting ready to release its music video for their latest parody song "Pierogi That I Used To Know". Check out this preview for the upcoming video featuring cameos from your favorite Pierogies! With this song and upcoming music video, we hope to raise a significant amount of money for local charities. You can download the MP3 for just 99 cents, with all proceeds benefiting Pittsburgh Pirates Charities!
Benstonium has just released its latest parody song available exclusively to our Facebook fans. It’s a parody of Gotye’s “Somebody That I Used To Know” featuring the Pittsburgh Pierogies, Sauerkraut Saul and Jalapeno Hannah, entitled “Pierogi That I Used To Know”. With this song and upcoming music video, we hope to raise a significant amount of money for local charities. You can download the MP3 for just 99 cents, with all proceeds benefiting Pittsburgh Pirates Charities!