The Pirates snapped their three-game losing streak Thursday with a win against the Padres. But have those losses caused fans to get a little more nervous about this year’s winning team?
As this year’s Pirates team defies the odds, longtime fans think back to another squad that surprised the baseball world. Dave Crawley spoke with Hall of Famer Bill Mazeroski.
It has taken two decades of patience by the fans and a season of hard work, but the 2013 Pittsburgh Pirates are on the brink of delivering to fans the excitement of post-season baseball.
Pittsburgh sports fans can’t wait for Monday night, when the red hot Pirates, now in a tight division race, welcome the Padres to PNC Park.
As packed as the North Shore was Friday night for the Pirates game, daylight will undoubtedly bring even more cars to the lots.
It’s a big weekend on the North Shore with both the Pitt Panthers and Pirates playing at home on Saturday.
Pirates’ fans gave the team an impressive welcome home to PNC Park Thursday night.
There is a “never say die” quality about these Pittsburgh Pirates that resonates with the fans.
A kid on the hill is unhittable, Pedro breaks out of a slump to driving in the winning run, the hometown kid flips to first for the final out, and 20 years of mediocrity and worse is over.
Pittsburgh sports fans are starting to get worried.
Pittsburgh’s Arena Football League team has extended its lease at Consol Energy Center, and is cutting most ticket prices in an attempt to boost attendance.
A new year and a new season gives Steelers fans lots of reasons to be hopeful and optimistic.
The Pirates showed their Pittsburgh pride this past spring, supporting the Penguins by wearing their jerseys.
A local man’s idea of having a big screen for Pirates fans to watch potential playoff games is garnering a lot of interest.
If the Pirates make the playoffs, a local man wants to take a cue from the Penguins and make sure fans without tickets can watch games on a big screen.