Pirates Pre and Post-game host
Chris Mack is the pre and post-game Pittsburgh Pirates coverage on 93.7 The Fan. He can also be heard nights, weekends and as a fill-in host on 93-7 The Fan.
Chris graduated from Baldwin High School and then from Penn State.
The versatile local broadcaster has won several A.I.R. Awards for excellence. He was heard on 93.7 before it became a sports station as a D.J. during the K-Rock and B94 days. He also gained experience as a sports talk show host for the former 1250 ESPN as well as Trib Live Radio.
He moonlights as a P.A. announcer for soccer, baseball and wrestling events at Pitt.
If the Pirates do not spend more money in 2018, they will be a worse ball club, regardless of how financially flexible they may be.
Before fans have completely checked out on the 2017 season, the Pirates would do well to extend Andrew McCutchen. Now.
Villanueva, Bell, Penguins’ Centers, O.J. Simpson, And Michael Phelps All Make An Appearance In This Week’s ‘Nobody Asked Me’
Going 13-4 with the 2nd best record in the game since the 4th of July, the Pirates are firmly in the N.L. Central race.
The continued struggles of the worst relief corps in the Clint Hurdle era are reflected in this week’s rankings, which have relievers occupying 6 of the 8 bottom spots.
Rather than debating whether the team should make a move at the deadline or not, let’s consider how the talent already present is being used.
The Pirates are a pretty good ball club with a bad bullpen problem.
The Pittsburgh Pirates’ Jameson Taillon joined Chris Mack and Jack Zduriencik to discuss the start and the process of returning from what some would consider catastrophic.
Bucs Go .500 In The Season’s Longest Homestand
In the National League CentraLOL, the Pirates’ 26-31 record is only 3.5 games back of the lead.
Almost a third of the way through the season, the Pirates are somehow closer to the N.L. Central lead than .500
We have 7 weeks and 45 ballgames under our belts, so now is as good a time as ever to count them down from, 25 to 1.
On Opening Day, the Red Sox got 6 1/3 innings from their Cy Young Award-winning starter, a 3-run homer from their Rookie of the Year candidate, and key contributions from names like Pedroia, Betts, Bradley, and Kimbrel. The Pirates’ stars didn’t play like stars. I wouldn’t bet on that happening 161 more times.
There’s not a kid in the United States that woke up this morning wanting to be Ian Kinsler.
Chances are if you’re a sports fan, you’ve at some point gotten into the discussion with friends about what the most wonderful time of the year really is.