The Pirates are expected to recall lefty Steven Brault to start Friday’s game against the Brewers.
The NFL has been investigating a report by Al-Jazeera linking Harrison and several other NFL players to performance enhancing drugs.
Gerrit Cole allowed one run and three hits in nine innings against the Mariners Wednesday night.
The 6-foot-1, 174-pound three-star safety from Charleston, W.V., and South Charleston high school committed to Penn State on Wednesday.
Tyler Glasnow is expected to play catch soon, while Chris Stewart could go on a rehab assignment next week.
If the Pirates don’t plan on getting a couple of studs to anchor their rotation, they should let their young guys find their way.
Seven left-handed batters and one switch-hitter fill out Seattle’s lineup against Gerrit Cole tonight.
The Panthers were one of five teams to have multiple selections on the team.
The NFL and NFLPA have formed a joint committee that will meet twice a year on field conditions around the league.
Mayor Bill Peduto's office dismissed WalletHub ratings as having "questionable methodology."
Mariners chase Pirates left-hander in the fourth inning of a start that featured 34 balls and 38 strikes.
The Pirates need a spot starter Friday and continue to look externally for rotation help.
Racing Hill, the 8-5 favorite, took the No. 4 post for the $400,000 Delvin Miller Pace for the Orchids Saturday at The Meadows.
Penn State AD acknowledges Pitt’s push for more games and her interest in arranging it, but also points out some difficulties.
Former Plum High School star hitting .364 and named Appalachian League Player of the Week.
This was the first time Phil Mickelson, 46, played his best, and it wasn’t good enough.
Francisco Liriano did not complete the fourth inning during Tuesday's loss to the Mariners.
"That's a fact that that is happening," Penn State athletic director Sandy Barbour said of so-called negative recruiting against the school.
Jeff Locke will remain available in relief through the Milwaukee series and the Pirates will need a starter for Friday night.
Adam Frazier, who is hitting .359, is hitting seventh tonight against Felix Hernandez.
Ed Bouchette answers questions about Le’Veon Bell, training camp and more in his weekly chat with Steelers fans.
The Steelers' pass defense was their Achilles heel last year and will be again this year unless they step up.
Bill Brink answers Pirates questions in his weekly chat with readers.
Mayor Bill Peduto said it "will help heal one of Pittsburgh's worst efforts at urban renewal" and help redevelop the Civic Arena site.
Cornhuskers’ teammate was killed in an auto accident late Saturday night in Wisconsin along with a former Michigan State punter.
New York Yankees get four prospects in return as left-handed closer rejoins National League Central Division.
Gerrit Cole, the Pirates’ union representative, has received several updates in recent weeks on talks about a new CBA.
One suggestion he has is to limit the number of relief pitchers used in a game.
Fred Lenn’s life, accomplishments reads, sounds like a Hollywood script.
Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell suggests on Instagram that he will win his appeal against the NFL.
A redacted police report, released in response to an open-records request, blacked out information that could explain her reluctance.
The film, which features highlights and interviews from players and coaches during their run the Cup, is available tomorrow.
Konek, who averaged 45.4 points a game as a freshman at Imani Christian, is heading to perennial power Riverdale Baptist.
With new information surfacing in the Jerry Sandusky scandal, James Franklin addresses tactics used by opposing coaches.
My first impression of James Conner came when he was a senior at Erie McDowell. He seemed like just another guy who talks too much.
Ray Fittipaldo answers Steelers questions in his weekly chat with readers.
Stanley Cup will not be in attendance, but the team promises plenty of family fun and exhibits and a chance to attend autograph sessions.
Twitter Inc. will live stream weekly out-of-market games from Major League Baseball and the National Hockey League, the social networking
A rain-delayed 5-4 win Sunday brought the Pirates within two games of a wild-card spot.
David Freese, Matt Joyce and Sean Rodriguez are providing the Pirates with their strongest bench in several years.
Busch became the first NASCAR driver to win both poles and both races on the same weekend.
Griffey, the 1st pick in the 1987 draft, became the highest pick inducted. Piazza, a 62nd-round pick in 1988 — No. 1,390 — is the lowest.
Olympic leaders gave individual global sports federations the task of deciding which athletes should be cleared to compete in the Rio Games.
The Pirates called up right-hander A.J. Schugel, who was optioned to Class AAA Indianapolis Saturday but never actually left town.
Citiparks’ Cinema in the Parks, Poetry readings, Squirrel Hillbillies perform in Schenley Park, Health fair in Lincoln-Lemington and more...
Right-hander Jameson Taillon scattered eight hits and four runs over six innings.
Jonathan Sutherland of Alexandria, Va., is the Nittany Lions’ second commitment this week.
Diaz was recalled from Class AAA Indianapolis on Sunday.
Glasnow allowed two runs, one earned, in three-plus innings Saturday before leaving with shoulder discomfort.
John Jaso, Jung Ho Kang and Josh Harrison are usually solid offensive performers, but they have had a rough time at the plate lately.