For weeks now, “The Fan Morning Show” has had so-called “Yinzer Laureate” Billie Nardozzi on the show Friday mornings to sing “Billie Nardozzi’s Song of the Week.”
Starkey and Mueller drafted the top five biggest blowouts in sports after watching the Kentucky-WVU game last week. The sixth pick in the draft had to be a Pittsburgh-themed blowout.
Pirates manager Clint Hurdle named Jeff Locke the fourth starter over Vance Worley on Monday.
Former Pirate Kevin Young knows the defensive transition Pedro Alvarez is going through. The Pirates hired Young and he has spent all Spring Training as a special assistant helping Alvarez and the other first basemen get ready for the season.
Saying all Pirates, current and former, are a family, Mike LaValliere is back with the club as a Spring Training Special Instructor.
Rookie second basement baseman Jung Ho Kang homered and drove in three runs as the Pirates beat the Braves 4-2 in Kissimmee Sunday afternoon.
Pirates General Manager Neal Huntington said there was some miscommunication and Charlie Morton’s start on Saturday was not make-or-break and that Morton is ready to go following hip surgery in September.
Robert Morris men’s basketball head coach Andy Toole talked about his decision to stay at RMU with Chris Mack.
Evgeni Malkin and Patric Hornqvist will be game-time decisions when the Penguins host the Arizona Coyotes Saturday at 1 p.m.
26-year-old Jose Tabata was among 10 re-assigned to minor-league camp today by Pirates GM Neal Huntington. Lefty reliever Bobby LaFromboise was optioned to Indianapolis.
Pirates manager Clint Hurdle says a decision is coming soon as to whether Jeff Locke or Vance Worley will fill the final job in the starting rotation.
The Pittsburgh Steelers have announced the signing of wide receiver Darrius Heyward-Bey to a one-year deal.
Within hours of announcing he was getting rid of a ‘weighty issue’, over 100-thousand people viewed Pirates All-Star Andrew McCutchen’s haircut on YouTube.
Robert Morris men’s basketball head coach Andy Toole paid a visit to “The Fan Morning Show” Thursday and spent an hour hanging out in the studio, previewing the Sweet Sixteen, discussing the state of his program and having some fun with the hosts.
Starkey and Mueller drafted the greatest NCAA Tournament performances since 1980. The sixth pick was of the best tournament broadcasters.