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    The Pirates were wise to not get caught up in a bidding war for Russell Martin, but the decision to bring back A.J. Burnett is not as smart.

    Ron Cook: Pirates are 1 for 2 in big offseason decisions

    The Pirates were wise to not get caught up in a bidding war for Russell Martin, but the decision to bring back A.J. Burnett is not as smart.



    Forget pursuit of a bowl, the region’s middling college teams are better off piling on each other than piling on a meaningless sixth win.

    Gene Collier: Rivalries beat bowl games

    Forget pursuit of a bowl, the region’s middling college teams are better off piling on each other than piling on a meaningless sixth win.

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    Elite pitchers head list of eligible players for baseball Hall

    Randy Johnson, John Smoltz and Pedro Martinez are now eligible for Cooperstown. Former Pirates Brian Giles and Jason Schmidt also on ballot



    Former Pirates Giles, Schmidt on Hall of Fame ballot

    Giles and Schmidt each appear on the ballot for the first time, along with 15 other newcomers. The results will be announced Jan. 6.


     


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    Pitt sputters offensively in loss to San Diego State

    San Diego State used its defense to beat the Panthers, 74-57, in an EA Sports Maui Invitational semifinal at Lahaina Civic Center.



    Pitt senior essence of a team player

    Even though he has been supplanted by younger backs during his career, Isaac Bennett still has been a valuable contributor for the Panthers.


     

    Golf


    Sharpsburg native's streak of holes in one beats absurd odds

    In a span of 33 days, Dom DeBonis, 81, had four holes in one on four courses in three states.



    Playoff produces WPIAL golf title for Fox Chapel sophomore

    A one-hole playoff was needed, but Fox Chapel’s Anthony Cordaro won the WPIAL Class AAA golf crown with Arnold Palmer on hand to watch.


     

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    Larry Walsh on biking: Tour de Springs ride started as ski training

    Ride from Monroeville to Seven Springs is not a race, but it is not for the faint of heart either.



    Acclaimed equestrian trainer rides into Valencia to lead special clinic

    Bernie Traurig has been called a master in show jumping, dressage and eventing, the three Olympic equestrian events.


     

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