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    The Pirates were wise to not get caught up in a bidding war for Russell Martin, but the decision to bring back A.J. Burnett is not as smart.

    Ron Cook: Pirates are 1 for 2 in big offseason decisions

    The Pirates were wise to not get caught up in a bidding war for Russell Martin, but the decision to bring back A.J. Burnett is not as smart.



    It's unknown how things will unfold for the Steelers in the murky AFC North, but one thing's for sure: More "rock bottoms" remain in play.

    Gene Collier: Twists, turns still await AFC North

    It's unknown how things will unfold for the Steelers in the murky AFC North, but one thing's for sure: More "rock bottoms" remain in play.

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    Steelers' playoff fate rests in their hands

    The good news for the Steelers is they control their fate in the division. They have two games remaining against Cincinnati.



    On the Steelers: Twist in Blount's career raises a suspicious eyebrow

    LeGarrette Blount's career quick-change act, going right from the Steelers to the Patriots, appears to be somewhat fishy.


     



    Penguins look for pick-me-up after two losses

    After back-to-back losses this weekend against the Islanders, the Penguins look for their equilibrium starting tonight in Boston.



    Penguins notebook: Downie’s aggression has downside

    Steve Downie is miles ahead on the leader board for penalty minutes. But his antics late in a loss Saturday were more harm than help.


     


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    Pitt faces Chaminade, coached by Brockway native, in Maui Invitational

    The Panthers open the EA Sports Maui Invitational today against Chaminade, led by coach Eric Bovaird, a Western Pennsylvania native.



    Panthers not ready to end football season

    Though Pitt’s record turned quickly, the Panthers are savoring — not lamenting — a win-or-go-home end to the regular season.


     

    Golf


    Sharpsburg native's streak of holes in one beats absurd odds

    In a span of 33 days, Dom DeBonis, 81, had four holes in one on four courses in three states.



    Playoff produces WPIAL golf title for Fox Chapel sophomore

    A one-hole playoff was needed, but Fox Chapel’s Anthony Cordaro won the WPIAL Class AAA golf crown with Arnold Palmer on hand to watch.


     

    Other Sports


    Larry Walsh on biking: Tour de Springs ride started as ski training

    Ride from Monroeville to Seven Springs is not a race, but it is not for the faint of heart either.



    Acclaimed equestrian trainer rides into Valencia to lead special clinic

    Bernie Traurig has been called a master in show jumping, dressage and eventing, the three Olympic equestrian events.


     

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