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Pirates prospect Steven Brault eyes majors

about 4 hours ago

 Ninety-eight wins, three-straight playoff appearances and savvy moves from the front office -- not to mention the best view in baseball -- are some of the reasons why Baseball America thinks the Pirates were this season's top organization.

Baseball America names Pirates organization of the year

about 14 hours ago

 J.A. Happ, shown here pitching against the Cardinals at PNC Park.

Pirates' Happ heading off to Toronto

3 days ago

 The Pirates acquired right-hander Allen Webster from the Arizona Diamondbacks in exchange for cash considerations.

Pirates notebook: Acquisitions bolster depth in key areas

5 days ago

 Reese McGuire, one of the Pirates first-round draft picks in 2013, has hopes of making Pittsburgh's roster following an impressive season with high-Class A Bradenton.

Pirates prospect McGuire hopes to reach major league status soon

1 week ago

 The DiMaggio brothers, from left: Vince, Joe and Dom.

The Next Page: Baseball’s Italian Heritage

1 week ago

Pirates hire Mike Mangan as assistant scouting director

1 week ago

 The Pirates added right-hander Tyler Glasnow to their 40-man roster today.

Pirates add 4 top prospects to 40-man roster to protect them from Rule 5 draft

1 week ago

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The good and bad about the Pirates' improved finances

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Gerrit Cole's rise

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