Starkey and Mueller
Already having three of their eight draft picks locked up, the Steelers have announced an agreement with their second round choice, Senquez Golson.
Talking publicly in Pittsburgh for the first time since the Penguins fired him, New Jersey Devils general manager Ray Shero talked with Joe Starkey about his time with the Pens and how he landed with the Devils.
Following the Steelers draft pick of Penn State tight end Jesse James, head coach James Franklin joined the Starkey and Mueller show to talk about what sort of play the Steelers can expect from their new tight end.
To learn more about the Steelers’ first-round draft pick, outside linebacker Bud Dupree, Starkey and Mueller talked with Kentucky’s defensive line coach who coached Dupree for two seasons when he played on the Wildcats’ defensive line.
Off to a hot start this season, Pirates utilityman Sean Rodriguez joined the Starkey and Mueller show to talk about his role on this team and what it’s like playing under Clint Hurdle after spending time with Joe Maddon in Tampa Bay.
With the NFL Draft just days away, Pittsburgh Steelers General Manager Kevin Colbert joined the Starkey and Mueller Show to talk about the organization’s plans for filling their needs, specifically those at cornerback and outside linebacker.
Following his year long suspension from the Pitt basketball program, guard Durand Johnson has decided to transfer from the program.
Steelers cornerback Ike Taylor joined the list of players announcing their retirement this year and then talked with Joe Starkey about his career and why he decided to hang it up now.
With the Pittsburgh Penguins getting ready to take on the New York Rangers in the first round of the Stanley Cup playoffs, Brandon Sutter joined the Starkey and Mueller Show to preview their matchup and talk about where the team is confidence wise.
With the announcement of Troy Polamalu’s retirement from the NFL, there’s nobody better to hear from on Troy’s career than his former defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau.
Coming off his breakout year in 2014, the Pittsburgh Pirates have signed All-Star third baseman Josh Harrison to a 4-year deal with club options for the 2019 and 2020 seasons.
With three games remaining in the regular season and the Penguins playoff chances still hanging in the balance, USA Today NHL Writer Kevin Allen joined Starkey and Mueller to talk about what they’ll do if they make it.
To hear him say it, the experience in the Dominican Winter League was not a pleasant one for Pirates catcher Tony Sanchez, but the things he learned there have helped him make the big league club out of spring training.
The Penguins announced Gary Roberts will “oversee the philosophy and off-ice training regimen” at the Sports Performance Center at the UPMC Lemieux Sports Complex in Cranberry.
With talk swirling around Pirates spring training about whether or not the Pirates should be looking into locking center fielder Andrew McCutchen up to a long-term extension, Pirates President Frank Coonelly joined Starkey and Mueller to talk about the teams view on McCutchen and his future.