You have 2 remaining free articles this month
Try unlimited digital access
link your account for free access. Start here
The Pirates are working to make ESPN’s Buster Olney a prophet for his World Series champions prediction.
Starling Marte’s batting stance adjustments yielded positive results late last season, so he’s sticking to them.
Neil Walker doubled for the seventh time this spring as the Pirates won.
Pirates pitcher says he doesn’t have time to refine his mechanics with the season rapidly approaching.
Rob Manfred spoke to the Pirates and Minnesota Twins Friday. “It's important to be responsive to our fans,” he said, regarding pace of game.
The Pirates reassigned Jose Tabata to minor league camp Friday while clarifying their plans for the final open bench spot.
Starter Jeff Locke went 5⅔ innings and gave up 8 hits and 2 runs. The game was called in the 8th inning because of rain.
Tabata, who was competing to be the club’s fourth outfielder, was reassigned to minor league camp.
As the end of camp nears, the Pirates face decisions on their rotation and starting depth.
Jung Ho Kang’s lack of offense in spring training might trouble some critics, but not the Pirates organization.
Neil Walker, Jordy Mercer and Josh Harrison all had success at the plate in Thursday’s loss to Atlanta.
With spring training nearing a close, Bill takes your questions on the Pittsburgh Nine in 2015.
Right-hander Liz, 31, one of several pitchers competing for a bullpen spot, shifted his approach and has shown promise this spring.
"Why? No big reason, really. It's time for a new change," the Pirates’ center fielder said in a YouTube video.
The Pirates star missed 10 spring training games because of what the team called lower-body soreness.
Tony Sanchez had another good day at the plate, but Jung Ho Kang struggled again as the Pirates lost to Baltimore.
Even before he was hitting home runs against major league aces, Sean Rodriguez knew versatility would be key to staying in the lineup.
Starter A.J. Burnett struck out five in 4⅔ innings. Andrew McCutchen is expected to return to the lineup today against the Orioles
Clint Hurdle and Neal Huntington said they anticipate Andrew McCutchen, who has not played since March 12, will be ready for opening day.
Charlie Morton, who had surgery on his hip in September, allowed seven runs Sunday against Houston, but says he’s happy with his mechanics.
Clint Hurdle revealed the name he’d been keeping under his hat for a while: Francisco Liriano
Cervelli earns praise from Liriano after forming unusual all-Francisco battery.
Records: Pirates (9-7), Red Sox (9-8)
Pirates spring training: Reliever Arquimedes Euclides Caminero hopes numbers add up to spot on Pirates major league roster.
Cole and Worley each went 5 innings, becoming the first starters to do so in the spring, and neither walked a batter in split-squad games.
The Pirates play a pair of split-squad games today, with half the team staying at McKechnie Field to play the Philadelphia Phillies.
Former fourth overall pick Tony Sanchez blames nobody but himself for falling on the depth chart, but a hot spring has him trending up.
Corey Hart and Radhames Liz made strong impressions Wednesday against Baltimore, at the plate and on the mound, respectively.
Not everybody likes the way major league franchises are are handling their top prospects these days.
Tony Sanchez’s two-run home run the second inning was his fifth hit in as many at-bats this spring.
Jameson Taillon, the second overall pick in the 2010 draft, is continuing rehab from Tommy John ligament-replacement surgery last April.
Stephen checks in from spring training in Bradenton, Fla., to take your questions about the Pirates.
The pitcher is making big strides in his latest comeback.
Neil Walker hit a home run, but Jeff Locke was hit hard as the Pirates fell to Houston at McKechnie Field.
For the second year in a row, left-hander Francisco Liriano will be the Pirates' opening day starter, manager Clint Hurdle announced
Off most radars for much of his career, the 24-year-old has continued to turn heads this spring after a breakout season at Class AA Altoona.
Clint Hurdle weighs in on former Pirate Steve Pearce, as well as Sunday starter Vance Worley and his rotation battle with Jeff Locke.
Ex-Pirates outfielder Travis Snider went 3 for 4 in his first game against his former team since being traded to Baltimore in January.
Jeff Locke and Vance Worley say there's no animosity between the two starters as they compete for the fifth spot in the Pirates rotation.
Starter Gerrit Gole nearly goes four innings and gives up two solo home runs.
Former super-utility man Harrison is preparing for his first full season as the Pirates starting third baseman.
Four other players, including three pitchers, also were reassigned.
Casey Sadler gets roughed up early Friday in a game against Minnesota, giving up four runs in the loss.
The center fielder played Thursday against Boston; the injury is not believed to be serious.
First baseman Stetson Allie hopes to make a good impression at his first major league camp with the Pirates.
A.J. Burnett got to face the best Boston has to offer Thursday, and looked good until leaving two on base when he left in the third inning.
With a fully healthy lower back, Neil Walker prepares for the season.
Starter Charlie Morton works three innings, giving up a run and two hits, as he works his way back into the rotation.
With spring training in full swing, Bill takes your questions on what’s happening with the Pirates down in Bradenton.
Outfielder and first baseman Andrew Lambo is among the players fighting for the Pirates’ final bench spot.