Results from the Pirates before anymore hope that this is the season.
The Pittsburgh Penguins extended their winning streak and put a dent in the Ottawa Senators’ playoff hopes.
On Sunday night Faceoff-Factor.com co-editor Jesse Marshall joined 93.7 The Fan’s Colin Dunlap to preview the Pens’ visit to playoff-hungry Ottawa, and to look deeper into the NHL’s Eastern Conference postseason picture.
When the Penguins and Senators play tonight, something bad might happen. Or it might not. Who knows?
Milwaukee Brewers pitcher Yovani Gallardo was arrested in the wee hours of Tuesday morning for driving with a blood alcohol content of 0.22. Milwaukee Brewers pitcher Yovani Gallardo will make his scheduled start Thursday against the San Francisco Giants.
It doesn’t say here that Pirates catcher Michael McKenry is Johnny Bench. So don’t read it as such. What it does say here is that McKenry probably deserves more opportunity.
Retribution doesn’t have a statute of limitations.
Colin Dunlap says think before letting Emmanuel Sanders go.
Careful what you wish for, Steelers fans.
Exactly what has the Pirates’ offense shown in the first half-dozen games that gives you, me, the most blindly loyal or most cynical fan any proclivity that it will get better?
Rice, the former coach at Rutgers, should be the former coach at Rutgers. He should have been fired earlier this week — and probably sooner — for practice behavior that included pushing, grabbing and throwing balls at players.
Perhaps you don’t have to pick a side in what seems like it has become a case of Shell vs. The University of Pittsburgh.
The Pirates trotted right-handed pitcher A.J. Burnett out to the mound on Monday against the Cubs, the 36-year-old making his first Opening Day start in a career that began in 1999.
The Penguins are on the clock. Because Ray Shero is all in.
With less than a week before the Pirates break camp in anticipation for their April 1 home opener against the Chicago Cubs at PNC Park, the club has one more known starting pitcher (three) than unknown starting pitchers (two).
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