The Pirates pitching staff, especially the rotation, keeps proving itself as one of the very best in the majors — right down to Jeff Locke.
Phil Kessel is said to have great hands; now they are Jim Rutherford’s legacy as general manager of the Penguins.
What could prompt more than one sports pundit to long for humans wrestling bears at a baseball game? Increased use of replay, that’s what.
There are fewer triples in MLB these days everywhere, not just here, but the Pirates are nothing short of the poster boys for that.
Pirates starter Gerrit Cole again fails to beat the Cincinnati Reds, allowing four runs in the first inning.
Though he played a role in the Pirates’ game-winning rally against the Reds, Pedro Alvarez was still disappointing on Tuesday night.
The St. Louis Cardinals hacking investigation is no surprise given this era of analytics, data mining and information-hungry baseball.
To the degree they’re attainable, more speed, more skill and better health are most of what the Penguins need to be parade capable.
The 3-0 win against the White Sox on Tuesday was the Pirates’ third straight shutout, a feat the team hasn’t accomplished since 1976.
MLB laughingstock Philadelphia is a team the Pirates should squash — from the mound and plate — but all they’ve managed is two one-run wins.
Even though the St. Louis Cardinals seem to never lose, the Pirates are playing good baseball and aren’t frustrated by not gaining ground.
One loss away from getting swept by the lowly Milwaukee Brewers, the Pirates have started their home stand poorly.
Kelvin Beachum is a starter on the Steelers offensive line, but he might have even more potential off the football field.