Pirates Catcher Russell Martin got the day off in the series finale against the Miami Marlins, but when his name was called to pinch hit late in a tied game, he came up clutch as the Pirates completed the three game sweep.
The few thousand Pirates fans who attended the ball club’s first annual Faith Night after Thursdays 13-0 loss to the Cardinals were treated to an different, more personal side of several Pirates players and staff.
In the final year of his contract, AJ Burnett admits he has thought from time to time about what the future holds for him, and talked with Joe Starkey of Starkey, Miller and Mueller about that and what it has been like being a part of this Pirates team.
Jason Grilli landed on the 15-day DL today with a right forearm strain suffered in last night’s 6-5 victory over the Nationals, and after the game he spoke with broadcaster Greg Brown. Brown joined Starkey, Miller and Mueller on The FAN to tell us what Grilli had to say about his injury.
Pirates manager Clint Hurdle joined Vinnie & Cook on Friday with his team just hours away from starting a crucial three-game weekend series against the Reds in Cincinnati.
Pirates president Frank Coonelly joined The Fan Morning Show on Friday to discuss the start of the second half of the season, which begins tonight in Cincinnati.
Considering his historically futile Pittsburgh Pirates now boast the best record in baseball, riding a nine-game winning streak to 51-30, please allow manager Clint Hurdle to wax philosophical about his achievement.
MLB.com executive correspondent Richard Justice doesn’t think the Pirates are a joke. He tells Sportsradio 93.7 The Fan’s Vinnie & Cook why he has bought in to the Buccos.
Clint Hurdle is doing a better job than Dan Bylsma.
When Angels 1B/OF Brad Hawpe joined Starkey, Miller, and Mueller on Friday, he painted a picture that should be extremely exciting Pirates fans.
Clint Hurdle isn’t waiting around. Now, it’s only May-about-to-be-June, but if his actions in the seventh inning on Wednesday night against the Tigers are any indication — in what eventually turned into a 5-3 victory — Hurdle isn’t waiting on anything. He isn’t going to be patient or reactionary with the season.
The Pittsburgh Pirates are off to one of thier best starts in the history of the Franchise but does that mean the national experts are buying in? Darryl Hamilton of the MLB Network gives us thoughts.
Pirates Infielder Brandon Inge talked to Bob Pompeani about the strength of the Pirates bench as well as the state of the team.
Last year the Reds closer Aroldis Chapman beamed Pirates star Andrew McCutchen with a 100-mile per hour fastball to the back.
With the team going out and signing a new catcher this offseason, the Pirates pitching staff was looking towards spring training as an opportunity to familiarize themselves with Russell Martin.