With Andrew McCutchen getting beaned not once, but twice Saturday night by Milwaukee Brewers starter Matt Garza, Pirates General Manager Neal Huntington opened his weekly show talking about those plays and whether or not there was intent.
Huntington says the team has put itself in a nice position for August and September but they have some things to improve on if they are to make a playoff run.
Brown thinks that this is the most important series of the season. He thinks, “you’ll say it was big no matter what happens the rest of the way.” However, with that being said, Brown thinks they can recover even if the series does not go as planned.
Pirates Broadcaster Greg Brown joined Starkey and Mueller to talk about the suspensions Major League Baseball has handed down for the Pirates-Brewers brawl, as well as what will happen to the rotation with Wandy Rodriguez now on the Disabled List.
Neal Huntington sat down with Pirates broadcaster Greg Brown on Sunday to give an update on the squad.
Taillon will need Tommy John Surgery and will miss the 2014 season.
The Pirates’ General Manager talks about how his team is shaping up with just one week to Opening Day.
Last year was the first time in a long time Pirates players and fans had something to be proud of. Sights are set on even more success for the 2014 season. The hype and excitement start this weekend at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center as PirateFest gets underway.
Pirates Broadcaster Greg Brown joined Starkey, Miller and Mueller for his weekly spot to preview Pirates-Cardinals Game 5 and what he makes of these young pitchers making major contributions like Gerrit Cole and Michael Wacha.
The Fan Morning Show offers a look back at an amazing night for Pirates’ fans in an extended montage.
Pirates Broadcaster Greg Brown has been around the Pirates since 1994 and has seen plenty of the losing up close, but last night he was able to watch it all come full circle.
To celebrate the Pirates clinching a berth in the 2013 MLB Playoffs- their first postseason appearance since 1992- The Fan Morning Show put together an audio montage paying tribute to this special team.
Pittsburgh Pirates announcer checks in with Vinnie & Cook on Sportsradio 93.7 The Fan, and the excitable announcer’s approach to calling a milestone win may surprise some Pittsburgh fans.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — On Saturday the Pirates one-upped their own recent waiver-wire deal for the Mets’ Marlon Byrd with yet another big-name trade in an effort to emphatically end a 20-year playoff drought.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — The Pirates, as they sat an MLB-best 64-42, one-and-a-half games ahead of the struggling St. Louis Cardinals in the NL Central entering Wednesday, decided the best move they could make at Wednesday’s non-waiver trade deadline was none.