Nicasio was placed on the restricted list last weekend due to an undisclosed family matter.
According to congratulations from teammates on Twitter, Adam Frazier is joining the Pirates
Tyler Glasnow has not allowed a hit in each of his past two outings for Class AAA Indianapolis.
Florida man offers for auction a century-old bat with the marks of Honus Wagner, the Pirates hall of fame shortstop.
Jon Niese allowed five runs in six innings, and the Pirates could not score against the San Francisco bullpen.
Kirilloff will make his professional debut Friday for the Twins’ Elizabethon rookie team.
Giants stage comeback from 6-1 deficit as their bullpens shut Pirates down.
Ryan Vogelsong threw off the slope of a mound Wednesday as he works his way back after surgery to repair facial fractures.
The Pirates led 6-1 but Jared Hughes surrendered the lead in the sixth.
Pirates pitcher Wilfredo Boscan was TBD, then TBA, and look what happened.
Juan Nicasio could rejoin the Pirates ”sooner than later,” but the team doesn’t know if he can start the game Sunday.
Boscan is filling in for starter Juan Nicasio, who was placed on the restricted list Saturday.
Bill Brink discusses the Pirates in his weekly chat with readers.
The addition of Jacob Stallings surprises son on Pitt’s new men’s basketball coach who was only batting .196 in 43 games in Class AAA.
Kratz, the light-hitting catcher recently acquired, knocked a solo home run to left field in the fifth inning to snap an 0-for-16 slump.
Looking to trade Mark Melancon and maybe a couple others might be the best course of action.
Chris Stewart is dealing with a nagging knee injury, so the Pirates added a third catcher to the roster Sunday.
Jameson Taillon allowed three home runs and the Pirates lost for the 10th time in 11 games.
The Pirates selected the contract of catcher Jacob Stallings prior to Sunday’s game because Chris Stewart has various bumps and bruises.
Struggling Pirates lose to Cubs again, 4-3.
After the post-game Gatorade shower, Jameson Taillon’s teammates brought him into Citi Field’s visiting clubhouse for further drenching.
Lefty Cory Luebke was designated for assignment, and infielder Jason Rogers was also promoted.
Francisco Cervelli rejoined the Pirates in Chicago Friday after having hand surgery Saturday.
The Pirates walked 11 batters, including five from Francisco Liriano, and could not convert opportunities against Jake Arrieta into runs.
Chris Stewart is dealing with several bumps and bruises and again did not start behind the plate.
Juan Nicasio could not complete the fifth inning and the Pirates lost the series against the Mets.
Craig, 21, was taken 22nd overall last week after hitting .379 with 16 home runs as a junior at Wake Forest.
The Pirates officially signed nine players from the amateur draft, including five taken in the top 10 rounds.
Jameson Taillon took a no-hitter into the seventh against the Mets and finished with eight scoreless innings.
And the pitcher has done enough to stick around in the rotation for the rest of the season.
Gerrit Cole’s trip to the DL eliminates the need for Jameson Taillon to spend 10 days on optional assignment.
Injuries happen, but the Pirates need better pitching and Andrew McCutchen to get back on track before it’s too late.
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The Pirates selected 35 college players and six high school players in the 2016 amateur draft.
The Pirates went 2-5 and lost five consecutive games to fall to one game better than .500.
Andrew McCutchen is hitting .163 with one extra-base hit and 16 strikeouts in June.
The Pirates are one game over .500 and have lost 12 of their past 16 games.
Erik Kratz arrived about half an hour before Saturday’s game and was catching by the eighth inning.
Francisco Cervelli had surgery to repair a broken hamate bone Saturday and will miss four to six weeks.
Matt Joyce had a miserable 2015 season with the Angels and took steps to make sure it didn’t happen again.
Francisco Liriano allowed four runs in six innings and Carlos Martinez pitched a complete game.
The Pirates put Juan Nicasio in the bullpen Friday night after a doubleheader and short outing by Jeff Locke this week.
Juan Nicasio, working out of the bullpen on his side day to aid a fatigued relief unit, allowed six runs in the 12th inning.
Gerrit Cole left in the third inning tonight against St. Louis and Francisco Cervelli in the fourth because of apparent injuries.
The third baseman hit 16 homers, with more walks than strikeouts for the Demon Deacons this year.
The Blue Jays selected the Mason, Ohio, native with the 21st overall pick.
Locke had won his past four starts but gave up 11 runs on 11 hits at Coors Field.
The 2015-16 Penguins make the top five — once they win it all, of course.
Taillon threw six innings of three-run baseball in his debut Wednesday against the New York Mets.
Columnist Gene Collier discusses whatever you want in his weekly chat with readers.