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Stewart had arthroscopic surgery to repair the meniscus in his right knee March 19; Tony Sanchez was optioned to Class AAA Indianapolis.
Catcher Russell Martin moves into the No. 2 spot in the batting order in an attempt to boost the Pirates offense.
In an effort to bolster a struggling offense, the Pirates trade for Mets first baseman for a minor league pitcher and a player to be named.
Charlie Morton’s quick work during the first three innings gave way to an uneven final three as his command wavered.
The Pirates' Jose Tabata does not have a concussion after running into the left-field wall in Cincinnati Wednesday afternoon.
Hard-working great-grandfather is remembered for many attributes, including his passion for Pirates.
In the one-sided win, the Pirates may have exacted some measure of revenge after the Brewers swept them last weekend at Miller Park.
Pirates beat writer Bill Brink answers your questions about Jose Tabata, Jason Grilli and more.
Johnny Cueto augmented the already great stuff he had Wednesday with deft manipulation of the strike zone.
Game: Pirates vs. Milwaukee Brewers, 7:05 p.m., PNC Park.
Jose Tabata leaves the game with concussion-like symptoms after running into the wall in left field while making a catch.
The Reds' starter found the corners in striking out 12 and pitching a complete game as Cincinnati took two of three from the Pirates.
Travis Ishikawa has benefited the most so far from the Pirates' platoon at first base, but Gaby Sanchez wants to capitalize on his chances.
Gerrit Cole allowed two home runs in the sixth inning in the loss to Cincinnati; the Pirates had won the suspended game earlier, 8-7.
Play resumed in the top of the seventh inning after the teams played to a 7-7 tie through six innings Monday night.
Pirates beat reporter Bill Brink answers your questions from snowy Cincinnati.
The injured catcher possibly will finish off his return from knee surgery with the major league club.
The teams traded the lead as the balls continued to leave the yard, but played to a 7-7 stalemate. The game will resume at 5:30 p.m. today.
The spittle isn't flying from manager to umpire as much as before; Clint Hurdle says that biding time has become the norm.
The three-game series in Milwaukee comes to a frustrating end for the Pirates against Brewers pitcher Kyle Lohse.
Pirates reporter Jenn Menendez takes a look inside the early power surge of third baseman Pedro Alvarez and how it can be sustained.
Indians manager Terry Francona calmly exited the dugout and approached home plate umpire Mike Winters with a rather polite request.
After leaving the game early Friday night, reigning NL MVP Andrew McCutchen returned in full for Saturday's game in Milwaukee.
They say crazy things happen when the Pirates visit the Brewers and what transpired Saturday night certainly qualifies.
"All is well. Feeling good. In the lineup," the center fielder said. "Shouldn’t anything hinder me today."
The Pirates find different ways to produce runs, and that's a major plus, says manager Clint Hurdle.
Four-run deficit too much for Pirates to overcome this time, despite Neil Walker's 2-run homer.
Pedro Alvarez says he is making progress as a hitter -- his game-winning three-run home run against the Cubs is helping to prove it.
Manager Clint Hurdle and the Pirates want to keep expectations for pitcher Gerrit Cole in check.
Five runs in the seventh inning prove the undoing of Chicago, giving the Bucs the series win.
Even though the Pirates hit five home runs Wednesday night against the Chicago Cubs, the offense could still use a shot in the arm.
Marte’s walk total showing signs of rising, a good thing for Pirates and a leadoff hitter.
Wandy Rodriguez’s second start of the season for the Pirates was clipping along just fine until the fifth inning.
Pirates discussion dominates Jerry's chat along with the Steelers and NFL Draft, Penguins and NHL Playoffs and even the Masters.
Wrigley Field, spot of the Pirates' win Tuesday, still holds plenty of vivid memories for a ballpark that has been around for a century.
Pirates manager Clint Hurdle is confused by the absence of interest in reliever Vin Mazzaro, who was reluctantly cut by the Pirates.
The shirtless 29-year-old Garfield man broke up the longest baseball game ever played in Pittsburgh.
Russell Martin’s eighth inning sacrifice fly scored Starling Marte was the difference in win against Chicago at Wrigley Field.
The club had hoped to get value for Vin Mazzaro in a trade prior to his going on the waiver wire.
Jenn takes your questions from Chicago, where the Pirates take on the Cubs tonight at Wrigley Field.
There is no foolproof way to prevent the injury that leads to Tommy John surgery that Pirates pitching prospect Jameson Taillon now faces.
Huntington and Hurdle deserve more than contract extensions for overcoming an owner who mostly is not inclined to spend much money.
On a day bad news came down about top prospect Jameson Taillon, the Pirates found out they might have a solid starter in Edinson Volquez.
Edinson Volquez impresses as Tony Sanchez's seventh-inning double delivers the game-winning run.
The team's top right-handed pitching prospect has an injury to a ligament in his right elbow.
Former Pirates manager Jim Leyland thinks baseball's grand replay experiment is going very well, but of course he's a bit biased.
Bench coach Jeff Banister consults with video coordinator on reviews.
Francisco Liriano sandwiched four strong innings, innings where he looked like himself, between two innings with poor command.
The extensions begin in 2015 and run for three years, through 2017. The extensions also each include a club option for 2018.
Lucas Spano of McKees Rocks was enjoying a bucket of popcorn at Friday's Pirates game, when he saw a foul ball headed his way.