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The NFL Draft, the Pirates and the Penguins in the NHL playoffs dominate the lunchtime discussion in Jerry Micco's weekly chat.
The Reds' starter found the corners in striking out 12 and pitching a complete game as Cincinnati took two of three from the Pirates.
The 6-foot-2 freshman point guard will sit out the season, then have three years of eligibility.
Travis Ishikawa has benefited the most so far from the Pirates' platoon at first base, but Gaby Sanchez wants to capitalize on his chances.
With their split last night against Cincinnati, the Pirates are 7-7 and in third place in the NL Central, three games out of first.
The Washington Mystics invited leading scorer in Robert Morris history Artemis Spanou to their preseason training camp.
Unlike last season, Mountaineers coach Dana Holgorsen said the starting quarterback will be clear-cut when the opener rolls around.
The boxer was "scared to death" Tuesday as a black SUV drove him toward Carnegie, past a railroad crossing and a long stretch of warehouses.
With spring practice now wrapped up, coach Paul Chryst is eager to see how his team approaches the next stage of the offseason.
Three reasons the Penguins will win their first-round matchup with the Columbus Blue Jackets, and three reasons why they won't.
Post-Gazette Penguins reporter Dave Molinari breaks down the first-round matchup between the Penguins and Columbus Blue Jackets.
The Penguins have considerably more playoff experience than Columbus, but they aren't counting on an easy first-round series.
Penguins goalie Marc-Andre Fleury wipes the slate clean and is ready to dive into the playoffs after a strong regular season.
The Penguins need to play more like the Penguins in the playoffs than play like the Flyers.
Gerrit Cole allowed two home runs in the sixth inning in the loss to Cincinnati; the Pirates had won the suspended game earlier, 8-7.
Play resumed in the top of the seventh inning after the teams played to a 7-7 tie through six innings Monday night.
The Steelers beat writer answers your questions about the draft, the cap and more.
Pirates beat reporter Bill Brink answers your questions from snowy Cincinnati.
Defenseman Simon Despres is sent down, along with forwards Harry Zolnierczyk and Chuck Kobasew.
After being a perennial Stanley Cup favorite, the team is in a different position heading into the playoffs this year.
The injured catcher possibly will finish off his return from knee surgery with the major league club.
All it took were three losses to the Milwaukee Brewers over the weekend and panic set in with some members of the Pirates' fans base.
Bubba Watson made time to practice and to be with his family after going winless in 2013.
Former Plum High School standout Nolan Cressler opts for Vanderbilt after deciding to transfer from Cornell after two years.
Penguins eager to play 'meaningful' games after spending a lot of time honing things in preparation for the playoffs.
Defenseman Brooks Orpik knows that this might be his last chance to win a second Stanley Cup as a Penguin.
The PixController technology behind the Pittsburgh bald eagle video camera broadcast on the Internet is uncovering surprises for scientists.
The teams traded the lead as the balls continued to leave the yard, but played to a 7-7 stalemate. The game will resume at 5:30 p.m. today.
The Post-Gazette's Shelly Anderson answers questions about who's in and who's out as the Penguins prepare to open the NHL playoffs.
Steelers beat reporter Ray Fittipaldo takes your questions about the upcoming NFL Draft.
Fans will be able to gather at the corner of Centre Avenue and Mario Lemieux Place to watch the games.
It's possible that Vokoun could be the No. 3 goalie behind Fleury and Zatkoff.
The spittle isn't flying from manager to umpire as much as before; Clint Hurdle says that biding time has become the norm.
Part II on possible future contract moves by the Pirates. Today we cover the pitchers.
Dan Bylsma said he doesn't have "an expectation" or a "definitive answer" on which players will suit up for the first game of the playoffs.
Another early postseason exit from the Penguins likely will not be tolerated, and seats will get hotter for players and coach alike.
With conference realignment and other changes, the NHL postseason system is a bit different -- and more confusing -- than in years past.
Masters: Watson overpowers Augusta National, a determined Jordan Spieth, 20, to earn second Masters title in three years.
Masters analysis: Spieth, 20, endured, battled, engaged and enthralled at Augusta, and it shouldn't be long until he is a major champion.
Pitt officials claim more than 3,000 fans attended the "Field Pass" with coaches and players Sunday at the South Side practice facility.
The Penguins finished the 2013-14 regular season 27 games over .500. They accumulated 109 points, second most in franchise history.
The three-game series in Milwaukee comes to a frustrating end for the Pirates against Brewers pitcher Kyle Lohse.
The Penguins and Columbus will open the best-of-seven series at 7:38 p.m. Wednesday in Pittsburgh.
In 32 games with the team, Kobasew had two goals. The Pens play their regular-season finale tonight at Consol Center.
Miguel Angel Jimenez, 50, of Spain prepares to join the Champions Tour, but feels he is as good as anyone to light up a victory cigar.
While Bubba Watson will be trying to win his second green jacket in three years, all eyes at the Masters likely will be on Jordan Spieth.
Pirates manager Clint Hurdle went with his usual bullpen formula last night but this time it didn't work.