Injuries mean opportunities. Diamondbacks’ Archie Bradley could land a spot in the starting rotation.
The Pirates resigned shortstop Clint Barmes this offseason to backup Jordy Mercer, but that may not be the extent of the shortstop moves they make before the start of the season.
The Pirates’ six game road trip didn’t turn out so well, but does that put a damper on Bucco fans’ enthusiasm?
PHOENIX (AP) — A.J. Pollock homered twice, doubled and drove in four runs as the Arizona Diamondbacks salvaged the final game of their series against Pittsburgh, routing the Pirates 10-2 on Wednesday.
What was he thinking? It’s a common question being asked since Tuesday night’s baseball game in Arizona when a home run came down in the left center field front row and a guy jumped out of the way.
Adam Eaton could evolve into one of the best top-of-the-order hitters in the league.
Pittsburgh Pirates shortstop Jordy Mercer joins the Vinnie & Cook show on Sportsradio 93-7 The Fan.
Neil Walker homered and drove in five runs, Kevin Correia won his seventh straight decision and the Pittsburgh Pirates overcame four errors to beat the Arizona Diamondbacks 7-6 Wednesday night.
Pirates’ broadcaster and former pitcher Bob Walk joined the guys on The Fan Morning Show for his weekly spot “Walk on Wednesday” in the wake of a 10-4 Bucs loss to the Arizona Diamondbacks.
Erik Bedard allowed two hits over seven innings, and the Pittsburgh Pirates opened a season-long 11-game homestand with a 4-0 win over Arizona.
Bob Nightengale joined Andrew Fillipponi on Sportsradio 93-7 The FAN in Pittsburgh to talk about his conversations with those in the Diamondbacks organization, as well as with Justin Upton’s agent regarding a potential trade with the Pirates.
(93-7 The FAN) — The Pittsburgh Pirates ended the West Coast road trip on a high note, beating Arizona, 2-1, and finishing with back-to-back wins in the desert.
Pirates’ broadcaster Steve Blass joined The Fan Morning Show Wednesday.
Pittsburgh’s starter lasted one inning. The closer wasn’t available. The road trip, a disaster to that point. With a little grit, good pitching from the bullpen and clutch hitting, the Pirates pulled out a victory that could be a big confidence booster before they head back home.
The Pirates were unable to overcome a five-run inning by the Arizona Diamondbacks, losing 8-5 on Wednesday. Ross Ohlendorf (1-3, 8.29 ERA) pitched just two innings and allowed seven hits, seven runs and struck out only one batter.