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A week after mounting three comeback wins against the Colorado Rockies at PNC Park, the Pirates were roughed up, 8-1, at Coors Field.
Manager Clint Hurdle certainly familiar with Coors Field
Improved health, consistency pave the way for what so far is Neil Walker's best offensive season in the majors.
Jenn takes your questions on the Pirates who are on a 5-1 tear since the All-Star break.
Some of the Dodgers biggest stars missed this series and it paid off the Pirates.
Francisco Liriano, expected to be the ace this season but hampered instead by injury and inconsistency, showed how dominant he can be.
The Pirates placed the outfielder on the seven-day concussion disabled list due to a concussion he sustained Friday against the Rockies.
Pirates left-handed hitters combined for three home runs in a 12-7 win against the Dodgers -- finally putting PNC Park's landscape to use.
Bud Selig’s visit brought praise for his performance as MLB commissioner from Pirates owner Bob Nutting and manager Clint Hurdle.
The Pirates offense came alive on a night that saw the team hit three long balls in the first three innings of the game.
Andrew McCutchen helped turn the dreams of a 12-year-old boy from Colorado into reality.
Stuck in a dry spell at the plate, Gregory Polanco was given the night off Monday against left-hander Hyun-Jin Ryu and the Dodgers.
After Andrew McCutchen, Mercer has been the team’s most consistent player for nearly two months
Starter Edinson Volquez allowed five runs and 10 hits in 5 2/3 innings Monday night
Class AAA Indianapolis' Andrew Lambo and starting pitcher Nick Kingham appear to be on the road to the major league roster.
The Pirates will need first baseman Ike Davis to find his groove at the plate now that the All-Star break has come and gone.
There's no need for the Pirates to trade for a big-name closer; they already have one who is plenty capable in Mark Melancon.
With the trade deadline approaching, a look at what the Pirates might -- or might not -- do to shape their roster for the stretch run.
Pirates starter Jeff Locke got off to a rocky start, but the Pirates rallied as they did in their previous two games against Colorado.
Perhaps Andrew McCutchen summed up the division race best, saying: “I don’t know what’s going to happen, but it’s going to be fun.”
Third baseman Pedro Alvarez continues taking steps to correct his fielding, something Pirates manager Clint Hurdle is keenly aware of.
Of all people, Pirates broadcaster and former star pitcher Steve Blass can relate to Pedro Alvarez's throwing woes at third base.
Jordy Mercer’s walk-off double in the 11th gave the Pirates the 3-2 win against the Colorado Rockies at PNC Park Saturday night.
The Pirates didn't exactly look excellent in their first win of the season's second half. But they got the job done.
Gerrit Cole close to returning to rotation
The Pirates committed three errors and missed two more outs on defense. Neither of the Rockies’ runs was earned.
As the second half of the baseball season begins, Bill Brink takes your Pirates questions.
Francisco Liriano will take the mound to open tonight's game against the Rockies, hoping he is back to his top-of-the-rotation form.
There’s reason for optimism entering the second half of the season, as the Pirates still have a legitimate chance to win the division.
Even after the All-Star festivities, Gene Collier is out of his groove, left craving baseball that actually, really counts.
After Jason Grilli was dealt in late June to the Angels, Melancon’s newly minted role as Pirates closer became more of the same for this
The state of the Pirates at the All-Star break dominates the discussion in today‘s chat.
Contractual situations such as the one Pirates rookie Gregory Polanco faced this season will be monitored by the union.
Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter goes out in style in his final All-Star appearance.
Cespedes, from the A‘s won his second Derby in a row, pumping 30 balls out of Target Field and defeating Todd Frazier in the final.
Pitchers Adam Wainwright and Felix Hernandez get the starting nod for the NL and AL, respectively, in tonight's All-Star game.
Center fielder Andrew McCutchen says there’s no finish line for accomplishments and goals.
A very disappointing road trip could have been much worse, but the Pirates cannot afford to keep blowing chances after the All-Star break.
One of the Pirates' top prospects, outfielder Josh Bell, is finally in the swing of things in Class A after recovering from a 2012 injury.
Despite being a veteran of the All-Star experience, Pirates manager Clint Hurdle still feels like a kid on Christmas Eve.
Reds ace Johnny Cueto earned the 6-3 win as the Pirates finish their seven-game road trip against St. Louis and Cincinnati with a 2-5 mark.
Francisco Liriano, starting today for the first time in a month, has a chance to send the Pirates into the All-Star break with a win.
Pirates reporter Bill Brink gives his analysis on the team in the Post-Gazette's midterm report card going into the All-Star break.
Andrew McCutchen drove a 2-2 pitch over the center field wall in the ninth inning to resurrect a game that had turned sour for the Pirates.
The Pirates got off on the wrong foot in an important series in Cincinnati.
Cincinnati native goes home as an All-Star for first time, and the attention has been overwhelming
The Cincinnati Reds plated three eighth inning runs off All-Star reliever Tony Watson to cap a 6-5 comeback win under a full moon.
Volquez eliminates chance for a St. Louis sweep in first wire-to-wire pitching performance this season.
An excerpt from a book reports that Gaby Sanchez tested positive in October 2004 and was suspended for the Miami Hurricanes' 2005 season.
Bill takes your questions on the Pirates, who will try to reverse fortunes on their road trip.