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.
Let’s be real clear here, Mike Wallace will be catching passes in Pittsburgh next fall. There is no way the Steelers let him go to New England or any other team in the NFL.
Pittsburgh Pirates president Frank Coonelly is facing driving under the influence charges after he was reportedly pulled over in Ross Township late last year.
The Pittsburgh Tribune Review’s Dejan Kovacevic joins Seibel, Starkey, and Miller to talk about the moves the Pirates need to make before the upcoming trade deadline.
Chances are a year ago, when the Pirates had basically already eliminated themselves from contention by the All-star break, you weren’t hearing Pirates owner Bob Nutting say anything close to this: “Oh it’s been fantastic, obviously tremendously exciting season so far,” Nutting said. “This team has come out every day ready to play, playing hard and just putting an exciting show on.”
Pirates fans are excited about the team’s first winning season going into the All-Star break since 1992; but what does the team’s chairman think about the Bucs? Pirates Chairman Bob Nutting told 93-7 The Fan’s Vinnie & Cook that he’s committed to putting a championship caliber product on the field.
Forbes’ annual report finds the average value of Major League Baseball teams has increased seven percent from last year to an all-time high of $523 million.
I’m not one to share my opinion, but since you asked…
Seibel & Starkey caught up with Pirates Owner Bob Nutting about the hiring of Clint Hurdle.