Pirates pitching coach Ray Searage joins “The Fan Morning Show” to talk about what went wrong with Francisco Liriano this year.
Steelers offensive coordinator Todd Haley doesn’t think his plan on offense will change even if Le’Veon Bell is suspended.
Steelers offensive lineman Ramon Foster said that Bell’s actions won’t affect his teammates’ perception of him too much as long as it doesn’t cost them a chance at glory.
According to Chris Hoke, Le’Veon Bell’s teammates have no choice but to stand by him in the wake of his reported four-game drug suspension.
Jason La Canfora has had enough of the NFL testing players for marijuana use.
Pirates top prospect Tyler Glasnow was hard on himself after his major league debut, but he saw some positives.
Steelers RB DeAngelo Williams has responded to Bengals defensive tackle Domata Peko’s comments calling the Steelers “pieces of bleep” last week.
Pirates GM Neal Huntington has admitted that he’s having second thoughts about trading Neil Walker for Jon Niese last offseason.
Pitt Athletic Director Scott Barnes praised James Conner for how he handled his fight against cancer.
Pittsburgh sports legend Dick Groat thinks weight training and specialization in one sport are hurting youth athletes.
Bob Walk joins The Fan Morning Show for his weekly spot with the guys.
Indianapolis Indians pitching coach Stan Kyles joins “The Fan Morning Show” to address the growing concern about Tyler Glasnow’s number of walks.
Sportsnet hockey insider and former NHLer Nick Kypreos weighs in on the trade rumors involving Marc-Andre Fleury and Evgeni Malkin.
Indianapolis Indians manager Dean Treanor is proud of Jameson Taillon as he prepares to make his major league debut.
“NHL on TSN” analyst Martin Biron dissects the struggles of Evgeni Malkin, but calls on a past experience to show how it call all change for Geno with one play.