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Back-to-back playoff appearances have thrust the Pirates back in the spotlight, and executives believe Pittsburgh is becoming a destination.
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Corey Hart, trying to battle back from two years of knee problems and surgeries, likely will platoon at first base with Pedro Alvarez.
Pitcher Edinson Volquez leaves Pirates after one season and heads to Kansas City and a two-year, $20 million contract with the Royals.
Pirates notebook: Newcomer Sean Rodriguez can play nearly every position, supplying versatility manager Clint Hurdle will appreciate.
Pirates top pitching prospect Jameson Taillon has made considerable progress after Tommy John surgery, but recovery far from finished.
Baseball cards date to the 19th century, but for Sy Berger, the decade after World War II was the perfect time to revitalize them.
A.J. Burnett’s return to the Pirates went according to plan; his plan, as it turns out.
New Pirates catcher Francisco Cervelli finally will get his first chance to be a starter in the majors.
The Pirates officially announced the re-signing of pitcher Francisco Liriano and the signing of another pitcher, Radhames Liz.
As Major League Baseball’s winter meetings finished up, some teams were more active than others, and the NL Central looks to be fierce.
The Pirates drafted Buddy Borden in the seventh round in 2013 out of UNLV. The Pirates traded for Rodriguez, a utility player, on Dec. 1.
The Pirates also lost right-handers Luis Urena and Tyler Waldron in the Class AAA portion, but passed on selecting any players.
Preliminary talks about signing the second baseman to a multiyear contract extension have occurred but are not close.
The Pirates today acquired left-hander Antonio Bastardo from the Philadelphia Phillies in exchange for minor-league pitcher Joely Rodriguez.
Pirates will make a good move at good price with the re-signing of starting pitcher Francisco Liriano.
Pirates general manager Neal Huntington said right field is "probably [Gregory] Polanco's job to keep" entering spring training this season.
Starter Francisco Liriano is a physical and a signature away from biggest free-agent contract in team history.
Banister now has the head job with Texas, but remembers those who taught him along the way — especially Clint Hurdle.
Pirates pluck reliever Josh Lindblom off waivers from Oakland, but expected big-name offseason changes still in holding pattern.
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Andrew Friedman has thoroughly overhauled a 94-win team in his first two months running the Los Angeles
There was a flurry of news around Major League Baseball on Friday as teams worked to retool before the holiday break. Here are