Ryan Vogelsong talks to 93-7 The Fan about his desire to return to not let his injury define the end of his career.
Steelers insider Ed Bouchette thinks James Harrison should just meet with the NFL about an alleged PED link to avoid a possible suspension.
Wehner tells Cook and Poni he can see why the fans are so frustrated with this team because they are showing such a lack of urgency.
Senior NFL Writer and Sirius NFL Radio Host Alex Marvez joined Cook and Poni on Wednesday to preview the Steelers season and the latest on Le’Veon Bell’s appeal.
Former general manager Jim Bowden says the Pirates are in a decent spot despite the struggles of McCutchen and Liriano, but they will need deadline help to make the post-season.
Former Pittsburgh Pirates and Detroit Tigers manager Jim Leyland joined the Cook and Poni Show on Friday to talk about the Pirates at the break and look ahead to the second half of the season.
Pittsburgh Penguins General Manager Jim Rutherford announced the signing of Justin Schultz and discussed other possible moves.
Cole tells Cook and Poni he is on track to return to the team for the first series after the All-Star Break, and he’s working on a great event coming up.
Pittsburgh Pirates pitching coach Ray Searage joined Ron Cook on the “Cook and Poni Show” Thursday morning to preview the Major League debut of Tyler Glasnow.
TSN Analyst and former general manager Craig Button thinks the time has come for the Penguins to move on from Marc-Andre Fleury.
Steve Simmons says in Pittsburgh, Phil Kessel doesn’t have to be the face of the team like in Toronto, where he let his team down.
NHL Network Analyst Mike Rupp: Right Now, Sharks Are Merging Onto A Highway With A Team Going 75 MPH”
NHL analyst Mike Rupp expects the Pens to keep the foot on the gas in Game 2, which will result in 2-0 series lead.
Jay Caufield says it was a big night for Sidney Crosby and the Pens, who may have taken the momentum in this series.
Eddie Olczyk thinks the Pens will have their hands full with the Lightning, but still thinks the Blues are the team to beat.
Former Penguin Mike Rupp says if any team can come back from a 3-1 deficit it’s the Capitals, but he doesn’t see it happening.