A 19-inning game came down to just one play in Atlanta. The Pittsburgh Pirates and Atlanta Braves were waging a hard-fought battle, but the players’ efforts were overshadowed by a blown call at home plate.
Pittsburgh (KDKA)- The Pittsburgh Pirates today announced that the home game on August 20 versus the Cincinnati Reds has been selected by FOX as the FOX Saturday Baseball Game of the Week. As a result […]
KDKA AM’s John Shumway talks to Pirates President Frank Coonelly.
Chances are a year ago, when the Pirates had basically already eliminated themselves from contention by the All-star break, you weren’t hearing Pirates owner Bob Nutting say anything close to this: “Oh it’s been fantastic, obviously tremendously exciting season so far,” Nutting said. “This team has come out every day ready to play, playing hard and just putting an exciting show on.”
The Bucs are back after an all too long slump. Now being a Pirate fan is fun again, with the team being one game away from being in first place.
Frank Coonelly had to be relieved. For the first time since he came to town, the Pirates president could talk about his club sitting over .500 this late in a season. With the Pirates 39-38 near the end of June, the morale boost in the stands and offices at PNC Park is noticeable.
Pirates President Frank Coonelly joined Seibel, Starkey and Miller live at Mullen’s on the North Shore to give his thoughts on “Jock Wash,” as well as the product on the field.
Pittsburgh Pirates President Frank Coonelly joined Vinnie & Cook on Sportsradio 93.7 The Fan, and while he’s excited about what his team has accomplished so far, he certainly wouldn’t mind seeing a bit more offense.
Pittsburgh Pirates President Frank Coonelly made an unexpected visit to The FAN Morning Show Wednesday to chat about all things Bucs.
Frank Coonelly, President of the Pittsburgh Pirates, made a surprise visit Monday to The FAN Morning Show.
Is this the season the Pirates finally turn things around? There is certainly a lot of promise as the Pirates started the season on the road with a 4-2 record.
The Fan’s Jim Colony sat down with Pittsburgh Pirates President Frank Coonelly ahead of the team’s opener to discuss the upcoming 2011 baseball season.
So why feature PNC Park you ask? It’s been around for a decade now. You may know the place like the back of your hand and have your favorite stands to chow down at, but the folks who run the place asked members of the ‘wretched’ media to join them for the annual tour that inculded new food items being served.
Frank Coonelly joined Seibel, Starkey, and Miller on Sportsradio 93-7 The FAN to discuss the comments he made recently about attendance needing to boost before the team can reach a level of spending that would make them competitive with other teams in the league.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Former Pirates manager Chuck Tanner has died. He was 82. Tanner, who hailed from New Castle, was with the team from 1977 to 1985. During his tenure, he led the Bucs to […]