This was a personal decision that I felt was best to make at this timeMcClatchy sells minority shares in Pirates Jan 07, 2009
I have worked hard for more than 11 years in the best interest of the Pittsburgh Pirates, our fans and the community and will continue to do soPirates CEO McClatchy to step down Jul 06, 2007
We are beginning to see the results of those efforts, as we see more homegrown talent at the major-league levelPirates extend Littlefield's contract Apr 03, 2006
The Pirates family is deeply saddened by the sudden passing of our colleague and friend Nellie BrilesNelson Briles dead at 61 Feb 14, 2005
Kevin S. McClatchy (b. January 13, 1963, Sacramento, California) is the former owner of the Pittsburgh Pirates baseball team. He led a group of investors that purchased the team in 1996, and served as the team's CEO and lead owner until 2007, when Bob Nutting took over as lead owner, and McClatchy and Nutting hired Frank Coonelly to become CEO.
Prior to purchasing the Pirates, he owned the minor-league Modesto A's. In addition to his baseball work, he is a director of The McClatchy Company, a newspaper publisher owned by his family. McClatchy was a brother of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity.
Kevin is an alumnus of the Trinity-Pawling School in Pawling, New York.