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Young left fielder seems capable of joining an all-time list of great outfielders in Pirates franchise history.
The club has only one triple in 1,300-plus at bats this season.
Hakstol, 46, takes over from Craig Berube, who was fired after the Flyers failed to reach the Stanley Cup playoffs.
The best teams in the NHL are a testament to building from within and acquiring talent in its formative stages.
Pitcher Charlie Morton will rejoin Pirates Monday in time to make first start of regular season against the Miami Marlins.
Gerrit Cole dazzled, scattering six hits and 10 strikeouts in a 111-pitch outing as the Pirates took the season opener from the Mets.
With OTAs set to begin, Gerry takes your questions on the Steelers.
Cameron Heyward, a first-round pick in 2011, hopes to become a Steelers great, and that means spending his entire career in Pittsburgh.
The Blue Devils edge North Allegheny in WPIALDivision I boys lacrosse championship.
PIAA track and field: Connellsville sophomore Wiltrout sets girls’ javelin record before elbow injury shortens her day.
Boros grabbed the only qualifying spot when he shot a 1-under 70 in an 18-hole sectional qualifier at Wildwood Country Club.
It’s not always easy to undo some of the problems caused by winter on golf courses in the area.
The Riverhounds (2-3-3) take on the Richmond Kickers (4-1-4), 7 p.m. today, at City Stadium in Richmond, Va.
A familiar face is back at the helm to lead the Washington Wild Things as their 2015 season begins.