MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred joined The Cook and Poni Show on Monday to discuss the success of the first Little League Classic between the Pirates and Cardinals on Sunday night in Williamsport, Pa.
Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is only focusing on this year and plans to give it everything he has.
Bowden tells Cook and Poni that that the Pirates are in a tough economic infrastructure that makes it difficult to compete.
“We are working hard to get better,” Huntington said. “We certainly understand that the fans expect more and want more.”
Former Green Bay Packers Vice President and current MMQB columnist Andrew Brandt joined Cook and Poni on Thursday to discuss why he feels the Steelers would benefit from running back Le’Veon Bell sitting out of camp.
Clayton tells Cook and Poni that the Steelers are wise to go year to year with Bell because of his history with suspensions and concussions.
Arians admits and talks about it openly in his new the book that he was very upset with how his time with the Steelers came to an end.
Pittsburgh Penguins General Manger Jim Rutherford joined Cook and Poni on Thursday to discuss the off-season after repeating as Stanley Cup champions and the foundation being laid for a run at a 3-peat.
Pittsburgh Pirates fans may be wondering how Starling Marte will be welcomed back by his teammates from his suspension.
As we enter the July 4th weekend, the Pittsburgh Pirates still find themselves in a chase for the division, just four games behind the front-running Milwaukee Brewers.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 The Fan) — Pirates pitching coach Ray Searage has seen the ups and downs of the season as we near the halfway mark and he joined Ron Cook on The Cook and Poni […]
MLB Network analyst and former Pirate Sean Casey joined The Cook and Poni Show on Tuesday to talk about the Pirates push before the All-Star break and whether they might be buyers or sellers at the MLB trade deadline.
Matt Cooke says it will be tough to see his former teammate and his friend play for another team but he will be there to offer advice.
The Stanley Cup Final heads to Nashville and a wild crowd awaits, but could it change the way the series is going?
Jay Caufield tells Cook and Poni that he felt it was just a matter of time before the Pens wore down the Senators.