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With the Major League Baseball trade deadline a week away, Pittsburgh Pirates General Manager Neal Huntington joined The Cook and Poni Show on Friday to discuss the trade that brought Aramis Ramirez back to the Pirates and possible other deals.
Craig Simpson of Sportsnet joined “The Cook and Poni Show” Friday to react to the Penguins acquiring Phil Kessel.
Former Pirates and Tigers manager Jim Leyland joined “The Cook and Poni Show” Tuesday to chat about the series between his former teams. The Pirates travel to Detroit to open a three-game set tonight.
Pittsburgh Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger joined The Cook and Poni Show on Wednesday to announce that he will be returning to the show for his third straight season.
Pittsburgh Pirates catcher Chris Stewart took some time out before Wednesday’s afternoon finale against the San Francisco Giants to join the Cook and Poni Show.
MLB Network Analyst and former Major Leaguer Carlos Beltran joined Andrew Fillipponi on “The Cook and Poni Show” Thursday to discuss the Pirates and the NL Central Division at the quarter pole of the season.
Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger joined The Cook and Poni Show on Friday to talk about the retirement of Troy Polamalu and his new deal to remain with the Steelers for five more years.
You can count MLB Network Analyst Darryl Hamilton as one who is picking the Pirates to have a magical season.
Pittsburgh Pirates Broadcaster John Wehner joined “The Cook and Poni Show” Monday morning from Bradenton.
Still in need of depth in their secondary, the Steelers will reportedly meet with free agent cornerback Sterling Moore of the Dallas Cowboys.
Former Two Time Super Bowl Champion Pittsburgh Steelers Defensive Lineman Chris Hoke joined The Cook and Poni Show on Tuesday to talk about a tough decision the Steelers had to make with releasing Brett Keisel and could have to make with releasing Troy Polamalu and not resigning James Harrison.
Kentucky head coach and Moon Township native John Calipari took time out of his busy schedule to talk to “The Cook and Poni Show” Friday as his undefeated team prepares for the regular season finale tomorrow against Florida.
Former Pitt and UCLA Head Men’s Basketball Coach Ben Howland joined The Cook and Poni Show on Wednesday. He thinks Pitt can get in to the NCAA Tournament if they can win the final two regular season games.
Rutherford says he feels no pressure to make any additional deals because of the moves they have already made.
Walk says if Pedro Alvarez can regain his power swing teh Pirates may have the best offense in the league.