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In the past, Josh Harrison has needed to win a spot – even a spot on the bench – during Spring Training. But, after finally nailing down a starting position at third base by finishing second in the National League with a .315 average, Harrison is still competing as if his job is on the line.
With an opening on their future schedule, the Pitt football program has scheduled a home-and-home with an SEC opponent.
After a disappointing season for the Pitt men’s basketball team, two junior’s are expected to leave the program.
Some news after the Pirates dreadfully long 13-7 loss to the Astros at McKechnie Field. Manager Clint Hurdle said the starting rotation will be Francisco Liriano, Gerrit Cole, AJ Burnett, then either Vance Worley or Jeff Locke followed by Charlie Morton.
After making the game winning catch in Super Bowl 43, capping off a season in which he recorded 79 catches for 1,248 yards and 5 touchdowns, former Steeler Santonio Holmes career took a downturn.
Pirates Manager Clint Hurdle alluded to the fact that he knew who would be the team opening day starter early in spring training, but it wasn’t until Tuesday that he made his intentions known to the public.
Having both played with wide receiver Mike Wallace, Maurkice and Mike Pouncey have strong opinions about their former teammate that they we’rent afraid to share.
It wasn’t that long ago that there were plenty of jobs available during Pirates Spring Training; not so this spring.
Pitt’s women’s basketball team had to wait a little while, but they finally heard their name called to participate in the NCAA Tournament.
As the Pitt football program opens up their spring camp practices under first year head coach Pat Narduzzi, a lot of the focus will be on Quarterback Chad Voytik.
With holes to fill in their secondary, the latest CBS Sports mock draft has the Steelers drafting a cornerback with their 22nd overall pick.
Still in need of depth in their secondary, the Steelers will reportedly meet with free agent cornerback Sterling Moore of the Dallas Cowboys.
One of the biggest areas of need the Pitt men’s basketball has to address this offseason is their big men, and today, Jamie Dixon landed a 6’8, 230-pound power forward.
One guy is a Pittsburgher. One guy is an adopted Pittsburgher. Both guys are tough to beat — on and off the floor.
Just when the Penguins were the healthiest they’ve been in quite a long time, two more players were injured this weekend.