Bill Guilfoile was the Pirates public relations director in the 1970s.
Read more:Former Pirates public relations director Bill Guilfoile died Saturday in South Bend, Ind. He was 84.
Guilfoile worked for the Pirates from 1970-78. He served as head of the National Baseball Hall of Fame's public relations office from 1979-96.
Mike Sandlock, who played for the Pirates in 1953 and was later the oldest living former ballplayer, died April 4 at age 100. He appeared in 64 games for Pittsburgh, hitting .231. He was the club's most-used catcher that year.
Read more:Mike Sandlock, who became the oldest living former major-league player in 2014, died late Monday night in his home in Cos Cob, Conn., almost six months after his 100th birthday.
"With a Sad Heart I wish to inform all - that Dad passed away this evening at 11:18 pm Monday April 4, 2016," Sandlock's son, Mike E. Sandlock, announced his father's passing in an e-mail. "He is suffering no longer. He is now in the starting line-up at the Field of Dreams!"