Here are five interesting moments in sports you may have missed this week.
During Pittsburgh’s National League wild-card game against the San Francisco Giants on Wednesday night, ESPN’s cameras caught a Pirates fan standing in the Giants’ dugout, looking rather lost.
According to an announcement from the Atlantic Coast Conference and ESPN, the Pitt basketball program will be featured in two “Big Monday” national broadcasts.
Here are the 8 best naked Prince Fielder memes I found on Twitter.
On Monday night I found myself in the middle of doing a radio show while simultaneously contorting my body, punching a desk, swearing (while off air) and celebrating.
A growing number of sports leagues and companies are racing to get in on what could be the future of home video viewing, streaming content online directly to their fans.
Pittsburgh Steelers safety Ryan Clark is making headlines after coming out and saying NFL players are using marijuana, including some of his teammates.
A little boy’s dying wish has now come true.
Eddie Buggs was the kind of moniker any play-by-play guy would love.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — What is the most telling sign of the times in this town? Sid Bream is smiling for its baseball team, and not at its expense.
Former Pittsburgh Pirates owner Kevin McClatchy talks candidly for the first time on local television about being gay, owning the Pirates, and how it’s time for sports to change.
Taking private problems and disputes and playing them out in the national spotlight is not the style of the Pittsburgh Steelers. However, that’s what’s happening this off-season, and another key player is now talking about the recent LaMarr Woodley incident.
Torri Hunter answers the question “is he bitter about the Josh Hamilton Deal?” An ESPN commentator takes things too far. No, this time we really mean it. And find out some of the ridiculous ways […]
The Pittsburgh Steelers (5-3) will host the flailing Kansas City Chiefs (1-7) in a game that the Steelers insist isn’t a ‘trap game’. See how the Steelers can effectively shut down KC and continue their winning ways.
Stephen, Please! ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith came under fire Thursday for using a racial slur on Thursday’s edition of First Take. The comment happened during a discussion of whether or not Kobe Bryant will play in […]