Gerrit Cole ignores a question about the idea of staying in Pittsburgh long-term.
Pirates manager Clint Hurdle wasn’t completely disappointed with how the 2015 campaign went, even if it ended with a quick playoff exit.
Josh Harrison is thrilled to be able to settle in at second base, because while he was perfectly willing to play a wide variety of positions before, he prefers this one.
Pirates shortstop Jordy Mercer knows that Pirates fans would like to see the team pony up for a big-time free agent to help put them over the top, but he’s a fan of the way the Pirates do business now.
Frank Coonelly has heard it time and time again, and he doesn’t expect it to stop. Why don’t the Pirates spend more?
Andrew McCutchen said he isn’t too worked up about all the hype surrounding the Cubs and Cardinals entering this season.
It seems the Pittsburgh Pirates love the underdog role. Man, do they love the underdog role.
Pirates pitching coach Ray Searage sits down with “The Fan Morning Show” at McKechnie Field in Bradenton
TSN hockey insider Darren Dreger previews the NHL trade deadline on “The Fan Morning Show.”
Former Pittsburgh Penguins forward Pascal Dupuis believes the Penguins can win the Stanley Cup.
Mike RIce says he’s changed and grown since being fired as Rutgers’ basketball coach for abusing his players. Now, he’s enjoying coaching high school basketball in New Jersey.
Pitt Athletic Director Scott Barnes joined “The Fan Morning Show” to discuss the state of his programs.
Was Mike Johnston the worst hire in the history of Pittsburgh sports?
Chris Hoke joined “The Fan Morning Show” to talk about his experience in the Super Bowl and to weigh on on Sunday’s big game.
Pitt offensive coordinator Matt Canada is happy to be reunited with Pat Narduzzi.