The Pirates put the brakes on their five-game losing streak, beating the Chicago Cubs, 3-1 on Friday. The Pirates limited the Cubs to just five hits.
After a .500 homestand, your Bucco’s sit in a three-way tie for 1st in the National League Central Division. Hard to imagine we would be saying this on July 25, but let’s take it for what it’s worth and be excited about it.
Tim Williams of PiratesProspects.com explains why bringing in Cubs first baseman Carlos Pena at the trade deadline best addresses the Bucs’ needs.
Pittsburgh (KDKA)- The Pirates front office got a first hand look at Chicago Cubs first baseman Carlos Pena over the weekend. The question now is will GM Neal Huntington attempt to trade for him? The […]
Pittsburgh (KDKA)- Over the last couple of days, the Pirates front office and manager Clint Hurdle met to discuss the team’s plans for the upcoming MLB Trade Deadline. For the first time since 1997, the […]
A local man is facing charges after police allegedly caught him running without clothes through several communities in Beaver County.