This feels like Penguins season, huh? Well, at least that part before the playoff breakdown — you know, the part when general manager Ray Shero went out and cobbled together a club that was supposed to make a run toward a title.
I’m ready to roll with Charlie Morton. Ready to hand him the ball in this pennant race in a game of profound significance.
Takes all kinds, I guess. And over the better part of the last week spent with my wife on the Las Vegas Strip for vacation I’ve seen all kinds. Or, at least, most kinds.
Much has been made of Pirates pitcher Jeff Locke’s precipitous slide in production since the All-Star Break.
The Pitt Panthers’ much anticipated season opener is two weeks away, and head coach Paul Chryst joins Colin Dunlap and Chris Peak on Sportsradio 93.7 The Fan.
Aces in baseball make a lot of money, especially when they hit the free agency market.
In a greater context, maybe Starling Marte’s most embarrassing moment as a member of the Pittsburgh Pirates — and one that cost the club a pivotal game – will turn out to be a huge positive.
Take a number. Shut up. And wait your turn. That’s the best advice I can give to Susan Campbell, who took her beef to the pages of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette on Saturday about Penguins megastar Sidney Crosby being able to avoid the line at the Department of Motor Vehicles on Friday as he renewed his driver’s license.
If this is the end, Mr. Plaxico Burress, thanks. Thanks for always being a story.
No one internally is going to say it, nor should they.
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The Steelers held a fourth-quarter lead in 11 of 16 games in 2012. The Steelers finished 2012 with an 8-8 record, missing the playoffs.
These are your Pittsburgh Pirates. The ones who, almost-certainly, will push this team to those heights you dreamed about as a fan or, conversely, force yet another letdown.
Here’s another assertion that is tough to argue: The Pirates better cut down on their strikeout rate if they truly want to contend for the division crown.
Inhale this. All of it. Stop all the worry, halt the projections and cease all forms of the what-if game.