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Steelers Celebrated During Magee’s Nursery Pep Rally

PITTSBURGH, JAN. 8, 2016 – With the playoffs quickly approaching, all of Pittsburgh is gearing up for the action, including the newborns at Magee-Womens Hospital of UPMC.
Pittsburgh babies are welcomed into Steeler Nation during infancy, drooling black and gold from the beginning.
Magee babies were swaddled in Terrible Towels to show their support for the Pittsburgh Steelers at a nursery pep rally. Each newborn also sported a hand-knitted black and gold cap, courtesy of Magee’s Volunteer Knitters.
For video footage from the pep rally, click here.

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