Six years ago, the Buncher Group bought Hidden Valley for $12.4 million and spent millions more upgrading this facility.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — For a long time, he certainly wasn’t the most well-received pro sports executive in town, but the patience of Bob Nutting seems to be paying off in his team’s surprisingly successful 2013 season.
Dream big. Have ambition. Aspire to be the best. But don’t forget a dash of perspective along the way as these Pirates push through the remainder of July, into August and across September.
There was a time when Pirates fans went to the ballpark in disguise.
Pittsburgh Pirates Chairman Bob Nutting said that he is committed to bringing a winner to Pittsburgh on The Fan Pirates Preview Monday morning.
The Pirates’ clear cut and exclusive objective in this 2013 season should be to win more games than they lose. That’s it. Finish above .500.
93.7 The FAN Pirates pre and postgame host Dan Zangrilli provides all the latest news coming out of Pirates spring training.
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.
Pirates owner Bob Nutting joined Seibel, Starkey and Miller on Sports Radio 93.7 The FAN to talk about the direction of his organization.
Joe Starkey of Seibel, Starkey and Miller on Sports Radio 93.7 The FAN sat down with Pirates Owner Bob Nutting today to talk about his decision to retain his front office staff.
It wasn’t that long ago the Pirates were a shining light in the Pittsburgh summer sun. But it certainly isn’t what Pittsburgh Pirates baseball feels like tonight and Nutting says the best record in 20 years isn’t good enough.
The Pirates were in this same position one year ago. In fact, they took the Central Division lead late into July. Then, a complete collapse. They went 19-43 the rest of the way to ensure their 19th straight losing season, a North American record.
The Pittsburgh Pirates have been playing baseball in this town for 126 years; yet this year, something feels a little bit different.
Members of the Baldwin High School girl’s softball team thought they might miss out on competing at a tournament in South Carolina, but the Pittsburgh Pirates have come to the rescue.
Chris Gates | 93-7 The FAN — The six-year, $51.5-million dollar contract offered to Pirates center fielder Andrew McCutchen was made official Tuesday afternoon.