Pirates Lose To Cardinals 8-3Matt Holliday and Randal Grichuk homered, and the surging St. Louis Cardinals completed a three-game sweep of the Pittsburgh Pirates with an 8-3 victory Sunday.
Cardinals Beat Pirates 6-4Matt Carpenter hit a tiebreaking two-run homer in the ninth inning, lifting the St. Louis Cardinals to a 6-4 victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates on Saturday.
Pirates Open With 4-1 Win Over CardinalsFrancisco Liriano tied a Pirates opening day record by striking out 10 and singled home the first run of the 2016 Major League Baseball season for good measure, sending Pittsburgh past the St. Louis Cardinals 4-1 on Sunday.
Pirates Fans Excited For Opening DayPNC Park was alive Saturday, with workers making last minute preparations for the Pirates home opener on Sunday.
Clint Hurdle: We Have Something That Our Rivals Don'tPirates manager Clint Hurdle wasn't completely disappointed with how the 2015 campaign went, even if it ended with a quick playoff exit.
Pirates Offering Rainchecks For Postponed GameTuesday night’s Pirates game against the Cardinals has been postponed after constant rain all day.
Cardinals Outfielder Piscotty Injured In Violent CollisionSt. Louis Cardinals rookie Stephen Piscotty was carted off the field Monday night following a violent collision with teammate Peter Bourjos.
Pirates Fall To Cards In Start Of Crucial SeriesIt was a scoreless game until the top of the ninth, when St. Louis put three runs on the board.
Pirates' Cardinals Wins Have Pittsburghers Buzzing With ExcitementThe Pirates' series at PNC Park with the St. Louis Cardinals could not have been more important.
Cutch Homers In 14th, Pirates Beat Cards, 6-5The Pittsburgh Pirates inched themselves closer to first place, overcoming three deficits and two ejections.
Pirates Fans' Top 50 Reasons To #HateTheCardsCourtesy of The Fan Morning Show’s fantastic listeners, here are 50 great reasons to #HateTheCards
Bob Walk: Tarp Incident Reminiscent Of Minor Leagues"You don’t know what might happen. You could break an ankle or something."