Todd Frazier hit a three-run homer in the eighth inning on Monday, overcoming another stumble by the bullpen and rallying the Cincinnati Reds to an opening 5-2 victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Joy filled the air at America’s ballparks and it even permeated its way into the social media universe as well.
Opening Day is here and baseball fans are rejoicing. The Pirates’ season begins on the road against the Cincinnati Reds this afternoon.
The Pirates announced their 25-man roster on Sunday for Monday’s Opener at Cincinnati.
On Monday at 4:10 p.m. in Cincinnati, the 2015 Pirates season is set to begin.
Tonight we begin the transition from March Madness to baseball as the MLB season prepares to kick off when the St. Louis Cardinals visit the Chicago Cubs.
CBS Radio General Manager Michael Young has Bucco Fever!
Alex Rodriguez made several nice plays during his second start at first base, and a New York Yankees’ splits squad beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 6-2 Thursday.
Andrew McCutchen had to leave the Pirates’ 3-3 tie with Baltimore Wednesday, but it appears he will be ok.
In a matchup of opening-day pitchers, Chris Tillman allowed two runs over five innings while Francisco Liriano gave up one run in three innings as the Baltimore Orioles and Pittsburgh Pirates played to a 3-3 tie in 10 innings Wednesday night.
When the Pirates traded reliever Justin Wilson to the Yankees to get a starting catcher, that opened up a spot for a lefty in the bullpen.
Sean Rodriguez is trying to make the Pirates team as a super-utility player and if he does, he can thank his father.
Last year, all eyes were on Andrew Lambo as he had an opportunity to become the Pirates’ everyday first baseman. Lambo struggled in Spring Training, and Travis Ishikawa ended up starting Opening Day at first base.
Buy me some peanuts and cracker jacks! Sure, those are the ballpark staples, but once again, the Pirates are rolling out some new, more elaborate menu items for fans at PNC Park.
David Price was rocked for seven runs over six innings in his final start of spring training for the Detroit Tigers, a 7-3 loss to the Pittsburgh Pirates on Tuesday.