Since his debut on June 10 of last year, the Pirates outfielder has played what amounts to a full season -- 160 games, 529 at bats.
It can take years to properly evaluate a trade.
It's possible that the long-expected decline of the Pirates’ starting rotation might be upon us.
Scherzer’s no hitter spotlights Pittsburgh’s shaky bats.
The MLB All-Star voting is drifting toward an end and it does not appear any Pirates will win a starting position.
Charlie Morton was the latest starter to perform at a close-to-perfect level.
The Pirates' torrid play continued last night with a 11-0 rout of the Chicago White Sox at PNC Park.
Nobody asked me, but . . .
The Pirates remain six games behind the St. Louis Cardinals, who are 38-20, which is a 106-win pace.