Pirates Beat Tigers 5-4The Pirates scored 5 times on 4 hits, including a pair of homers as the Bucs beat the Tigers 5-4 Saturday in Bradenton.
Trevor Williams Makes Case To Earn Rotation SpotManager Clint Hurdle offered an assessment of the ongoing competition to be the Pirates' fifth starter.
David Freese Ready To Step In For KangAmid a Korean report that Jung-Ho Kang’s visa request was denied by the US Government, the reality hit home again at Pirate camp that they will need a third baseman to start the year.
McCutchen On World Baseball Classic: 'It Was Amazing'Andrew McCutchen and Josh Harrison returned to Pirates camp following the team USA championship at the World Baseball Classic. McCutchen had so much fun he nearly lost his voice.
Reports: Pirates' Kang Denied Visa, Status For Season UnclearReports out of Korea indicate that Pirates infielder Jung Ho Kang may not play this season.
Pirates Potential Fifth Starter Hutchison Roughed Up AgainWith all of the candidates likely getting one more start in Florida, Drew Hutchison struggled in his bid to be the Pirates fifth starter, giving up six runs on 10 hits in four and two-thirds innings as the Red Sox won 10-7 on Thursday.
Huntington: Jung Ho Kang Will Not Be Ready For Opening Day“We’re pretty much there,” GM Neal Huntington said of the deadline when Jung-Ho Kang would need to be in camp to play. “The reality is as hard as he’s working, to think that we will be able to get him ready to go in 7-10 days is unrealistic.”
U.S. Routs Puerto Rico 8-0 To Win WBC Behind Dominant StromanMarcus Stroman tossed six hitless innings, Ian Kinsler slugged a two-run homer and the United States routed Puerto Rico 8-0 on Wednesday night to win its first World Baseball Classic in four tries.
With One Week To Go: 5 Impressions From Pirates CampWith one week left in Florida, five quick impressions of Pirates camp.
Marte, Polanco Set To Return To Pirates Following World Baseball ClassicMarte, Polanco Set To Return To Pirates Following World Baseball Classic
Clint Hurdle: Jose Osuna 'Absolutely' In Running To Make TeamLeading the Pirates in homers this spring, 24-year-old Jose Osuna is “absolutely” in the running to make the Bucs' Opening Day roster.
Dunlap: Pirates Make Net Gains With DecisionColin Dunlap applauds the Pittsburgh Pirates for extending safety netting at PNC Park.