Having hit just .231 with 18 home runs and 56 RBI in a season he had to switch positions because he struggled making throws from third to first, Pirates first baseman Pedro Alvarez filed for a 2015 salary of $5.75 million while the team filed for $5.25 million.
Francisco Liriano cites that the big reason he came back to the Pirates wasn’t exactly because of money – though the Pirates did what turned out to be a bidding war – he re-signed with the Bucs because, as he put it, “It’s like family here and we have a chance to win not only this year but for the next few years.”
Steelers guard Ramon Foster has developed a new great love, Drones.
In honor of Pitt playing the most defensive minded team in the country in Virginia, Starkey and Mueller drafted the best defensive teams of all-time across all sports with a sixth pick of the best defensive player.
Former Pittsburgh Steeler Safety Ryan Clark has announced he’s retiring from the NFL.
Have you ever wondered what it might look like if the Steelers decided to revamp their look and introduce new helmets?
Following the Alex Ovechkin slash on Penguins defenseman Kris Letang, one Penguin fan made sure the Washington Capitals star knew how he felt about how dirty play
Following the Penguins 3-1 loss to the Washington Capitals at Consol Energy Center on Tuesday, the story buzzing in Pittsburgh is Alexander Ovechkin’s hit to the back of Kris Letang’s leg.
Jerome Bettis said as the years passed, he began to have doubts if he would ever get into the Hall of Fame.
Pitchers and catchers reported on Wednesday to Bradenton, Florida. Though many players have been at Pirate City for a little while, today is what many consider the official “start” of the 2015 baseball season.
“If I had it my way, I’d be in Pittsburgh for my career. That’s kind of all I can really say about the situation,” Neil Walker said.
Following Pitt’s 61-49 loss on the road to ACC opponent Virginia, Bracketologist Shelby Mast joined the Starkey and Mueller show to talk about Pitt’s chances of getting into this years big dance.
NFL Network analyst Charles Davis joined “The Fan Morning Show” Tuesday to preview the NFL Scouting Combine.
With several glaring needs on the defensive side of the ball and a few on the offensive side of the ball, Kirk Larrabee of 24/7 Sports has taken a look at which players in the NFL Draft could help fill some of those voids for the Steelers.
While it seems like the Steelers biggest areas of need heading into this years draft are on the defensive side of the ball, the mock draft experts can’t seem to agree on which position they’ll be targeting.