After coming up empty at the Major League Baseball trade deadline, Pirates General Manager Neal Huntington held firm to the idea that no move was the right move for his club.
Just minutes before the trade deadline, word came out that the Tampa Bay Rays, Detroit Tigers and Seattle Mariners worked out a 3-team deal to send Price to the Tigers.
One of the best parts about attending a live sporting event is seeing the wide array of jerseys worn by the fans.
“The Pirates aren’t a team that’s thought to be enamored by the rental route,” CBS Sports’ Jon Heyman says.
Fresh off his 100-pitch, complete game shutout of the San Francisco Giants on Monday night, Pirates Starting Pitcher Vance Worley joined Starkey and Mueller to talk about that game and his season as a whole.
Steelers Center/Guard David Snow left the team’s first training camp practice with a foot injury, and now that injury will cost him a chance at making the team’s final 53-man roster.
Bouchette says Monday’s first day of hitting may have been the best in teh Tomlin era.
Dropping the ball was something Emmanuel Sanders was very familiar with during his time with the Steelers, now he appears to be dropping the ball in the figurative sense as well.
Steelers Offensive Coordinator Todd Haley sat down with “The Fan Morning Show” during the guys’ live broadcast from Training Camp to talk about his career in Pittsburgh and how he’s preparing his offense for the 2014 season.
Chris Mack previewed the MLB trade deadline with Gabe Kapler of Fox Sports.
Bob Pompeani hosted a roundtable discussion about the Ray Rice suspension with Amy Lawrence of CBS Sports Radio and Andrea Hangst of The Bleacher Report.
Former MLB General Manager and ESPN and SiriusXM Analyst Jim Bowden told Bob Pompeani that the Pirates are working on a trade for A.J. Burnett.
Pirates broadcaster Steve Blass joined Colin Dunlap Saturday for Bucco Talk.
As details come out about the civil suit filed by three individuals against the Pouncey brothers stemming from their birthday celebration at a Miami nightclub, the lawyer representing the group is speaking out with the Starkey and Mueller Show to tell us the case being made against the NFL brothers.
With just two years left on his contract, a time the Steelers have shown in the past that they’ll negotiate with Quarterbacks, Ben Roethlisberger has been told by the Steelers front office that there will be no extension for him this offseason.