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Thursday night, Gerrit Cole looked like the pitcher who rolled through September a year ago.
Pirates GM Neal Huntington admits Russell Martin's pricetag likely will be in a financial area the Pirates do not wish to go.
The Pirates have a chance to nab the NL Central crown with Josh Harrison winning the batting title, which would be tons of fun for everyone.
There's been a bit of good, but a lot more bad and ugly for the Steelers so far, and Kevin Colbert and Mike Tomlin are far from blameless.
Even with all the Ravens are going through, it was the Steelers who looked like a wreck Thursday night in Baltimore.
The Ravens and NFL deserve criticism -- not praise -- for new decisions regarding former Baltimore RB Ray Rice’s domestic-violence case.
Second-year receiver Markus Wheaton showed encouraging signs in the Steelers’ season-opening win, and his quarterback certainly noticed.
Dick LeBeau doesn't hear the criticism of the Steelers defense, but at the same time he knows they can't disappoint again.
Tomlin likely to remain one of NFL’s elite head coaches for a long time.
Steelers outside linebacker James Harrison's career was unforgettable -- on and off the field.
After all the injuries, slumps and losing streaks, the Pirates have stepped up. With the playoff race intensifying, expect more of the same.
The only important thing to come out of the Thursday night’s 10-0 loss to Carolina was the Steelers injury report.
Pirates starter Francisco Liriano, in another return to his 2013 form, deserved much better than what he got in the loss Monday night.
The Steelers looked bad in all aspects Thursday, but the most troublesome signs are on a defense that simply hasn't been good for two years.
Never mind a 31-21 loss -- the Steelers had bigger problems off the field, since Le'Veon Bell and LeGarrette Blount were caught not