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 Steeler "Mean Joe Greene" sports his four Super Bowl rings on his fingers at Steelers training camp in Latrobe in 1980.
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Steeler "Mean Joe Greene" sports his four Super Bowl rings on his fingers at Steelers training camp in Latrobe in 1980.

Steelers to retire Joe Greene's No. 75

The number retirement ceremony will take place during the Steelers’ Sunday night home game against Baltimore on Nov. 2.


 The Pirates' Gaby Sanchez, foreground, is tagged out while caught stealing by San Francisco Giants third baseman Pablo Sandoval in the sixth inning of Wednesday's game in San Francisco.

Pirates can't sweep Giants on west coast, lose 7-5

The loss closed the series out at 2-1, and gives the Pirates a 57-50 record.



 The Pirates are one of several teams involved in talks with Boston about left-hander Jon Lester.

Gene Collier: Jon Lester lives in high-rent district

The Pirates would be responsible for a little more than $4 million for Lester, who immediately would become their best pitcher.



 Steelers offensive line coach Mike Munchak shouts out instructions during Wednesday afternoon workouts at training camp at Saint Vincent College in Latrobe.

Steelers will sample the art of cut blocking

Outside zone-blocking scheme is back, but Steelers offensive linemen won’t do it in practice very often.



 Defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau coaches safety Robert Golden on Sunday at Steelers training camp.

Golden opportunity for Steelers safety

Safety Robert Golden wants to play a bigger role for the Steelers after starring for two seasons on special teams.



 Pirates general manager Neal Huntington makes a call as the team works out Sept. 30, 2013 at PNC Park.

Pirates yet to make move in trade market

Jon Lester likely remains Pirates’ top target, while controllable years and salaries dominate any talks.



 Josh Harrison hits a two run home run against the San Francisco Giants in the third inning Wednesday at AT&T Park.

Pirates notebook: Harrison keeps sizzling while Alvarez keeps sitting

Pedro Alvarez was out of Wednesday’s starting lineup, but his replacement, Josh Harrison, kept his hot streak going.



 WVU's Clint Trickett looks to pass during their game against Texas Tech at home last season.

2014 West Virginia football camp preview

Coach Dana Holgorsen enters his fourth, most decisive season with Mountaineers after coming off a 4-8 season.



Far putt on 18th nets win at Pennsylvania Amateur

John Sawin sank a long putt on the 18th green Wednesday at Oakmont Country Club that helped him to a title in the PAGA Amateur Championship.



Local race aiming to bring the mile back into spotlight

Pittsburgh Three Rivers Marathon Inc. and Bring Back the Mile will host the third GNC Live Well Liberty Mile Friday in Downtown.


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