The Pirates’ day started bad with Harrison’s injury, but ended on a high note with a victory and All-Star nods for Melancon and others.
With their stellar pitching starting to get a whole lot of help lately from the offense, the Pirates’ future looks very bright.
The Washington Wild Things’ quest to sell tickets brings disgraced major leaguer to Western Pennsylvania tonight.
The Pirates offense is in a bind with neither Neil Walker nor Pedro Alvarez hitting consistently or producing runs this season.
Andrew McCutchen got hit by a pitch for the eighth time Saturday against the Braves, but the Pirates got their revenge.
He didn’t get a win, and at times had to grind, but veteran starter A.J. Burnett clamped down when he needed to Thursday vs. Cincinnati.
With Tom Brady’s role in the Patriots controversy, it’s not a good time to be NFL commissioner Roger Goodell — but there’s no sympathy here.
They won’t eliminate it because there’s too much television and promotional money at stake.
A stellar performance from another Pirates starter Monday further validates the team’s rotation as one of the best in the majors.
Defense hasn’t always been a strength of the Pirates lately, but it was magnificent Sunday when it needed to be to beat the Phillies.
Pirates know just how Cardinals feel; they were in similar injury predicament last season.
Former Rams athletes Neil Walker, Brandon Saad and Meghan Klingenberg are playing prominent roles around the sports world.
Hurdle didn’t live up to his expectations as a top draft pick, but he has helped turn around the Pirates’ franchise as manager.
The Pirates are doing just fine without catcher Russell Martin, surprisingly, as Francisco Cervelli and Chris Stewart pick up the slack.
One might say it’s like watching history in the making, but at the very least Pirates starter Gerrit Cole is a star on the rise.