A.J. Burnett lost Monday night. You can read it right there in the box score, in the game log, in the chronicle of that rain-fragmented game played against the Milwaukee Brewers. He has, however, won over these Pittsburgh Pirates for a second time.
On Wednesday afternoon, the most rare occurrence — as in it has never happened before — was taking place in Major League Baseball. The Baltimore Orioles were hosting the Chicago White Sox in an empty stadium at Camden Yards because of the unrest in the city.
For several years, thousands of Penguins fans would gather outside of the arena to cheer on the team on a big screen.
A lot of Penguins fans were disappointed Monday when news came down that the team will not be setting up its “big screen” for playoff games later this week.
Deep, seemingly bottomless and unending, Federal Street on Monday just before 1 p.m. clogged and overflowed with patrons on their way into the Pirates home opener, many donning black shirts. It was a swarm and mass of bodies, a jam-packed Pirates party.
The Pittsburgh Pirates will open up the home portion of the 2015 season today at PNC Park.
Thousands of fans love Andrew McCutchen, while others scream for Josh Harrison. Some are crazy about Pedro Alvarez or Neil Walker.
This is the best sports town in our country. I have been to all major ones and many of the smaller ones. Pittsburgh — and maybe I’m biased because I’m from here and love this place — is the best sports town in this land.
Opening Day is here and baseball fans are rejoicing. The Pirates’ season begins on the road against the Cincinnati Reds this afternoon.
Cindy Evancho’s home office in Moon Township is packed with Pittsburgh Penguins memories. Her sister and next door neighbor, Darlene Evancho, shares her passion for the Pens.
Seventeen years in MLB, A.J. Burnett is coming back to Pittsburgh to finish out his career where he can be happy.
The Pirates are offering more options for fans to see games at PNC Park this season.
Country music superstar Garth Brooks is performing two double-headers in a row in Pittsburgh Friday and Saturday night.
The football season may be over, but Heinz Field has been anything but quiet.
“Here We Go” will be playing all day today.