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After Charlie Morton made his season debut, he took great comfort from knowing he was giving the ball to Tony Watson and Mark Melancon.
Charlie Morton returns to the mound tonight for a Pirates team that thoroughly dominated the Mets this past weekend at PNC Park.
Young left fielder seems capable of joining an all-time list of great outfielders in Pirates franchise history.
The Pirates are 18-20 after beating the Cubs Sunday, and even a wild-card berth seems like a stretch right now with the way they’re playing.
Ex-Pitt star LeSean McCoy, now in Buffalo, is way off-base with his vague racial allegations against his former coach with the Eagles.
The season has been a tremendous struggle for the Pirates third baseman after a breakout year in 2014 and a big, new contract.
Even with his close relationship with New England’s owner, Roger Goodell comes down hard on Tom Brady and the Patriots.
Scott Barnes brings no shortage of confidence to the position, and while he has a basketball background, his focus is largely on football.
His community has rallied around him, his team has supported him, his parents have even leaned on Luke Blanock as he fights Ewing’s Sarcoma.
In a draft filled with character issues, notably among pass rushers, the Steelers’ first-rounder seems to have a good head on his shoulders.
Kris Letang and Pascal Dupuis hope to play again next season, but they know that doctors might make final call on that decision.