Pirates first baseman Andrew Lambo sat down with The Fan Morning Show at Pirates spring training on Monday to chat about his offseason and the team’s preparation for the 2014 season.
Pirates pitcher Charlie Morton sat down with The Fan Morning Show at Pirates spring training on Monday to chat with the guys about his offseason and what lies ahead for him.
Hit the brakes a little bit. Or else, there’s a chance you just might let yourself down.
The Pittsburgh Pirates along with all the other MLB teams are in full swing of spring training.
Jeff Locke sat down with 93-7 The Fan’s Dan Zangrilli at spring training this week for an interview that aired on Wednesday’s edition of The Fan Morning Show.
He’s once again in the mix. Andrew Lambo may be on the cusp of finally realizing his full potential. Better “late” than never.
Pirates pitching coach Ray Searage joined The Fan Morning Show live from the team’s voluntary workouts in Bradenton, FL on Thursday to talk about their preparation for the 2014 season.
Spring Training has ended and the Pirates are headed north for Opening Day.
KDKA-AM’s Larry and John talk to Pirates catcher Mike “The Fort” McKenry on the upcoming season, live from Pirates Spring Training in Bradenton, Florida.
Despite 12 big league seasons on his resume, when Brandon Inge stepped to the plate Monday night in Port Charlotte, Fla., he did not know whether he would have a job today.
For the second straight game, the Pirates bench came through in the late innings as the Bucs beat the Blue Jays, 5-4 in 10 innings.
After stints with the Phillies and, last season, the Diamondbacks, lefthander Mike Zagurski is trying to win a spot in the Pirates bullpen.
The Pirates’ McKechnie Field woes continued Saturday with a 5-4 loss to the Minnesota Twins in Bradenton, Fla., but presumptive ace A.J. Burnett took another step as he gets ready for his Opening Day start.
James McDonald allowed just one hit over 4 shutout innings, but his teammates were shut out for the first 8 innings in a 4-2 loss to Tampa Bay at a sundrenched but chilly and windswept McKechnie Field Thursday afternoon.
Together, they’re considered the future of the Pittsburgh Pirates: Jameson Taillon, selected second overall in the 2010 MLB Draft, and Gerrit Cole, taken first overall in 2011. By May of next year, they could both be in the Pirates’ starting rotation.