A native Pittsburgher, Zangrilli began his broadcasting career while a sophomore at Keystone Oaks High School for the MSA Sports Network before moving on to obtain his degree from Clarion University. While at Clarion, Dan broadcast Golden Eagles football and basketball and also woke up to do mornings at WCUC-FM.
Zangrilli also spent five years (2006-2010) as a minor league play-by-play broadcaster and Communications Director for the State College Spikes and the Altoona Curve.
Zangrilli joined CBS Radio-Pittsburgh in 2007 as a sports update anchor at NewsRadio 1020 KDKA and still serves the same capacity at The Fan. In 2012, Dan added to his duties as co-host of the Pirates pre-game and post-game shows.
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New Pirates infielder David Freese joined Dan Zangrilli on Bucco Talk.
Every year, Pirates pitching coach Ray Searage has his work cut out for him.
Over the last few seasons, Major League Baseball has adopted a variety of new rule changes, or implemented new policies that directly impact play on the field.
As he does every year, Pirates Chairman of the Board Bob nutting addressed his team and then shortly afterwards, the media.
The first official workout of Spring Training got underway on Tuesday morning at Pirate City in Bradenton, Florida.
While Andrew McCutchen says he’s over the Wild Card loss, he would like to see MLB make some changes to the format.
Jon Niese is excited to come to Pittsburgh, but not only because he has a chance to start every fifth day.
John Jaso was, “immediately excited,” when his agent told him that the Pirates were interested in his services.
Pirates pitching coach Ray Searage is a happy camper with his pitchers and catchers reporting for Spring Training duties.
When Pirates’ fans hear the name Ryan Vogelsong, they typically don’t remember him fondly.
With their five-game winning streak on the line and a sweep against the Marlins in the balance, the Pirates sent out Gerrit Cole for the series finale and got seven strong innings from their staff ace.
Pirates reliever Jared Hughes entered the 7th inning with the bases loaded and no outs and the team holding onto a 2-0 lead.
Pirates assistant to the general manager Jim Benedict joined Dan Zangrilli on Bucco Talk.
Pirates third baseman Josh Harrison injured his left ankle running the bases in the first inning of the Pirates 4-1 loss in the Spring Training home opener to the Toronto Blue Jays.