‘Everybody’ loves him for coming back to the Pirates after he was first thought to be a rental player for the tail end of the 2016 season.
Organization seeking outside help for right field, according to general manager Neal Huntington.
John Galasso, 94, the team’s “Fan of the Game,” has been rooting on the home team since he was a boy at Forbes Field.
Ivan Nova pitched seven strong innings against his former team.
Absent solid internal options, the Pirates are seeking an outfielder outside the organization.
Antonio Bastardo has allowed 11 runs in 51/3 innings this season, including five walks and four home runs.
Former Yankee Ivan Nova has found his old form in Pittsburgh, where he has become a leader.
A series of missteps in the outfield proved costly in a loss against the Yankees.
Frazier never piqued the interest of scouts in high school. A quick rise through the minors and production in the majors has changed things.
New York sent at least nine men to the plate in two different innings and had seven extra-base hits.
Jose Osuna started in right field Friday night against the New York Yankees at PNC Park.
After three games light on offense in St. Louis, the lineup picked Glasnow up as Pirates took an early lead against the Yankees and won.
Latin American Amaury Telemaco pitching coordinator talked about road safety in the Dominican Republic with HBO’s Real Sports.
Marte, an All-Star in 2016, was suspended 80 games earlier this week, and his absence will impact a slew of decisions for the Pirates.
Marte, the Pirates’ All-Star outfielder, was suspended 80 games for steroid use. The giveaway was scheduled for July 2.
In the past, Pirates fans have embraced previously suspended players such as Francisco Cervelli and Edinson Volquez.
Five series into the regular season, the Pirates (6-9) have alternated sweeps.
Hitless in his first 18 at-bats this season, Jaso finally got a hit Wednesday — while in the lineup in right field.
Bill Brink answers Pirates questions in his weekly chat with readers.
Jaso entered the day 4 for 11 with a homer and a walk against Wacha.
Andrew McCutchen is happy to be the Pirates’ center fielder again. Do him a solid, and leave him there.
Austin Meadows has yet to find his groove, but the main focus this season might be his health.
The Pirates produced eight hits but could not break through against right-hander Mike Leake.
Nandrolone is not a designer drug. It is as anabolic steroid as it gets.
Starling Marte will play again in July, but he won’t in October. That’s enough to ruin the Pirates’ season.
Starling Marte, the Pirates All-Star outfielder, has been suspended for 80 games for violating MLB’s joint drug agreement.
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Ivan Nova continues to impress with the Pirates.
Cervelli’s persistence paid off as he battled through a brief illness to reach base safely in each of his 10 starts this season.
The Cardinals entered the night with a 3-9 record.
In December, Kang was arrested for his third DUI in South Korea.
Barbato, 24, was drafted in the sixth round by the San Diego Padres in 2010.
Young starter recovered from a rough first inning Saturday at Wrigley Field to pitch five innings and record seven strikeouts.
In a new world of baseball metrics, what can launch angle data tell you about the current Pirates starting rotation?
Next, the Pirates (6-6) continue their N.L. Central road trip with three games in St. Louis.
Josh Harrison was at third base, Adam Frazier in left, and Phil Gosselin at second.
What’s better: A line drive resulting in an out, or a swinging-bunt single? More often than not, hitters would take the former.
Gregory Polanco also a late scratch with injured groin; Pirates and rest of baseball honor Jackie Robinson.
McCutchen’s 177th homer moved him past Barry Bonds for fourth on the Pirates’ all-time home run list.
In his first 10 games this season, Mercer was 7 for 37 with one extra-base hit.
The 6-foot-8 pitcher finds getting comfortable in cramped clubhouse at Wrigley Field is as tough as finding comfort zone on mound.
Gerrit Cole, the opening-day starter, threw six innings of two-run baseball.
Starling Marte made two costly plays in the eighth inning Thursday.
The Pirates outfielders have been bad to the naked eye, but and the stats look even worse for the pair.
They won just one of nine games a year ago at Wrigley Field against the 2016 champs.
David Freese is thriving at the plate this season, hitting .381 with a 1.218 on-base plus slugging and 2 home runs in his first 8 games.
Andrew McCutchen homered Thursday at Fenway Park, but it wasn’t enough.
The Pirates payroll is lower than 2016, but some factors combine to reduce the actual difference.
The Pirates went 0 for 24 with runners in scoring position in the series.
What do you do when a bird shows up in the outfield? Feed it water and put it in a shoebox.