Pirates third baseman Josh Harrison joined the Starkey and Mueller Show to talk about both he and the team turning a corner at the plate, what it’s like for him playing a number of different positions, and where their new celebration that replaced the “Z” came from.
When the New Jersey Devils hired former Penguins General Manager Ray Shero, many speculated that one of Shero’s leading candidates to be the teams head coach was Penguins minor league head coach John Hynes.
Mt. Lebanon High School and University of Cincinnati product Ian Happ is expected to be a first-round pick.
A fan at the Pirates-Giants game last night caused a bit of controversy in the eighth inning of Monday night’s game.
James Conner is the reigning ACC Player of the Year and Tyler Boyd is coming off one of the most dynamic seasons in the country and both are being recognized as two of the biggest impact players headed into the 2015 season.
Pirates hitting coach Jeff Branson joined Bob Pompeani on Saturday, and talked about the team’s hitting heating up during the recent seven game winning streak.
Former Penguins coach Dan Bylsma joined Bob Pompeani after he was hired to coach the Buffalo Sabres.
You didn’t have to be an NFL expert to know Lance Moore wasn’t a productive member of the Steelers wide receiver corp in his one season with the team.
On the disabled list (elbow) since May 8, the Pirates have announced that number six prospect pitcher Nick Kingham has undergone Tommy John surgery and will miss 8-12 months.
In the spirit of David Letterman’s retirement, we’ve put together our own Top 10 list: 10 reasons to stay optimistic about the Bucs this season.
With their five-game winning streak on the line and a sweep against the Marlins in the balance, the Pirates sent out Gerrit Cole for the series finale and got seven strong innings from their staff ace.
Pirates broadcaster Bob Walk joined “The Fan Morning Show” Wednesday morning in his regular weekly spot to discuss the recent performance of the pitching staff.
Jordy Mercer sipped hot tea on Tuesday at about 3:45 p.m. as he stood at the base of his locker in the Pirates’ clubhouse.
A .542 on-base percentage and leading the National League with a 1.000 slugging percentage for a league will get you some national recognition.
Having started their time together with a record of 87-50 and one Super Bowl title together, Mike Tomlin and Ben Roethlisberger have become one of the more formidable Head Coach / Quarterback combinations in the league.