Starkey, Miller and Mueller
The Pirates hopes for the future lie heavily on the arms of Gerrit Cole and Jameson Taillon, and Catcher Tony Sanchez has caught both of them and knows what they’re capable of.
USA Today’s hockey writer Kevin Allen knows the hockey scene as well as anyone, and takes a look around the league at what pieces the Penguins could be targeting in a trade.
Pirates Outfielder Travis Snider came into spring training this year as the likely candidate to win the starting job in left field come opening day, and it sounds like he came into spring training this year expecting an open competition.
Former Pens forward Colby Armstrong is back with former Pens head coach Michel Therrien, this time in Montreal and today Armstrong told 93.7 the Fan, “he’s been great with our group. He came into a situation where a team wasn’t doing so well. I think he’s familiar with that so it was easy for him to adapt right away to turning things around.”
Pitt point guard Travon Woodall claimed after the team’s 64-44 victory over USF that Head Coach Jamie Dixon allowed his guys to “go on out there and play” instead of running their sets, and that’s what spurred them to a 16-0 run that put them ahead for good in the second half.
The Fan Steelers Insider Ed Bouchette of the Post-Gazette says Ben Roethlisberger and Lawrence Timmons will restructure their contracts as they must get under the NFL salary cap by March 12.
Pitt Athletic Director Steve Pederson was influential in making the Pitt-Florida State season opener a reality and gave details as to how it came about.
Pitt wide receiver Devin Street and defensive lineman Aaron Donald are two of the teams leaders this upcoming season, and you can count them amongst the group of people excited about the team opening the season with Florida State.
Pitt Football Head Coach Paul Chryst said he is excited about the upcoming football schedule for his players and the fans, and hopes they’ll be playing in front of a great atmosphere.
St. John’s Special Assistant and former Purdue head coach Gene Keady looks forward to the Red Storm matchup with Pitt this weekend, and sees potential issues for his team against Steven Adams.
Pitt Guard Tray Woodall wasn’t pleased with the Panthers effort against Notre Dame earlier this week, and is determined to fix that this Sunday when the team travels to New York to take on Big East opponent St. John’s.
Garret Jones hit 27 home runs last year, but still finds himself in a battle for playing time at first base as spring training picks up this week.
Pens Winger Beau Bennett suffered a lacerated tendon in his wrist during his college hockey career, an injury that will never fully heal, but he has played with it and since and is certain it won’t hold back his pro career.
Pirates General Manager Neal Huntington feels strongly in the direction that his major league club has gone under Manager Clint Hurdle, and while they aren’t all the way where they want to be, he was happy enough with the results to reward Hurdle with a new contract.
New Pirates Infielder Brandon Inge is taking part in his first spring training outside of the Detroit Tigers organization, and told Starkey, Miller and Mueller on Sports Radio 93.7 The FAN that it’s pretty different for him, but he’s really enjoying it so far.
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|7:00 PM||CBS Evening News with Scott Pelley|
|7:30 PM||omg! Insider|
|8:00 PM||The Big Bang Theory|
|8:31 PM||Two and a Half Men|
|9:01 PM||Person of Interest|
|11:00 PM||KDKA-TV News at 11|
|11:35 PM||Late Show with David Letterman|