Bob Walk To Throw Out First Pitch At Wild Card GamePirates broadcaster Bob Walk will have the honor of throwing out the first pitch at Wednesday night's NL Wild Card Game between the Cubs and the Pirates at PNC Park.
PNC Park Ready For Another Wild Card Game & ‘Blackout’PNC Park is ready to host its third straight Wild Card game on Wednesday night.
Bob Walk: Personal Catchers Are SillyBob Walk tells "The Fan Morning Show" that having personal catchers makes no sense
Bob Walk: Calling Up Glasnow Would Be DesperateBob Walk gives his thoughts on the idea of the Pirates calling up top prospect Tyler Glasnow for this year's pennant chase.
Bob Walk: Pedro Alvarez's Days At First Could Be NumberedPirates broadcaster Bob Walk said the writing seems to be on the wall regarding Pedro Alvarez.
Bob Walk: Tarp Incident Reminiscent Of Minor Leagues"You don’t know what might happen. You could break an ankle or something."
Bob Walk: Having Jeff Locke As Your Fifth Starter Isn't Bad"There’s a lot of teams in this league that would love to have a fifth guy like [Jeff Locke],” Bob Walk said.
Bob Walk: Catchers The Common Thread In Cole & The Gang's SuccessPirates broadcaster Bob Walk joined "The Fan Morning Show" in his regular weekly spot Wednesday to talk about the Pirates' recent success.
Bob Walk: Pitching Staff Is Becoming FamilyPirates broadcaster Bob Walk joined "The Fan Morning Show" Wednesday morning in his regular weekly spot to discuss the recent performance of the pitching staff.
Bob Walk: We Expect Better Than This From MartePirates broadcaster Bob Walk joined "The Fan Morning Show" Wednesday to talk about Starling Marte's inexplicable, lackadaisical fielding play that allowed the Twins to score a run and extend a big inning during their 8-5 win Tuesday night.
Bob Walk: Give Melancon Some TimePirates broadcaster Bob Walk joined "The Fan Morning Show" in his regular weekly spot Wednesday to share his thoughts on the recent struggles of closer Mark Melancon.
'KDKA Morning News' Spring Training Notes: March 26, 2015Larry and John continued their Spring Training journey Thursday from Bradenton, Florida with visits from manager Clint Hurdle, pitcher Jeff Locke, broadcaster Bob Walk and former Pirate catcher Mike “Spanky” LaValliere.