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The streaking Pirates got the job done again Tuesday night, both in the field and at the plate, which can be a beautiful sight to behold.
Mets ace Matt Harvey was no match for a Pirates lineup that gave its own stellar starter enough run support and then plenty more.
The club has only one triple in 1,300-plus at bats this season.
The Pirates need about six wins along this curve of the schedule to demonstrate they’re not one of the worst home teams in the league.
Roy McHugh, 99, is one of the last remaining eyewitnesses of the controversial “Phantom Punch” that helped launch Muhammad Ali’s career.
Making predictions is a slippery slope as Washington’s Alex Ovechkin learned this week.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell likely savors every payday, but surely not many of the phone calls he receives.
Is it so difficult to believe Tom Brady and New England have gained significant advantages through the years from their deflation tactics?
Is this one of those You-Snore-As-The-Pirates-Snore promotions?
In this recent rut they’re in, the Pirates just can’t seem to hit their way to any kind of respectable scoring output.
The strategy that would be removed from National League play is not worth whatever uptick in offense adding the DH might provide.
Variables, measurables, immeasurables, character ... they all come into play at NFL draft.
The Really Big Fight returns to the sports stage Saturday night, but the stage and society have changed in so many ways.