Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch picked up a new fan this past weekend — me.
The family is who Colin Dunlap couldn’t stop thinking about on Wednesday afternoon when a hurriedly-called media gathering was assembled for the man of that house — Penguins winger Pascal Dupuis — to announce he had a blood clot in his lung.
Russell Martin played his way out of Pittsburgh. It really is that simple.
A Major League Baseball player took less money to play in Pittsburgh. Stop. Think about that for a moment.
In this edition of “The Pirates Hot Stove Report with Colin Dunlap,” Colin talks about Andrew McCutchen pointing out the areas the team needs to shore up this season and answers your questions submitted to the mailbag.
There have been times the Pirates have stumbled on their own feet.
Players play. And these players didn’t play well enough.
In this edition of “The Pirates Hot Stove Report with Colin Dunlap,” Colin talks about the Pirates’ qualifying offers to Russell Martin and Francisco Liriano and which teams will be suitors for Martin’s services.
Seemingly each week we are met with a story of some (oftentimes alcohol-powered) knucklehead who inebriatedly inhabited one of our stadiums and did something far over the line of respectful fandom.
When he goes next time, there’s more than likely no coming back from retirement. When he’s gone next time — gone means gone. So cherish this.
In this edition of “The Pirates Hot Stove Report with Colin Dunlap,” Colin talks about Tony Sanchez electing to play winter ball, the increase in Pirates ticket prices and the state of the Pirates bullpen.
Paul Chryst must find a way to start winning some football games.
This was a statement. Clear, loud and definitive.
There’s a big, vast gray area between Jim Rutherford and Mike Milbury when it comes to their opinions of Marc-Andre Fleury.
There’s not much distance between making a really stupid playcall and assembling a brilliant one. Most times it comes down to the result — plain and simple.