Pirates Spring Training 2018: Feb. 17 News And NotesGregory Polanco and Adam Frazier arrived just in time for Day 4 of workouts at Pirate City, and both talked about expectations going into the first season of baseball in Pittsburgh without Andrew McCutchen in a decade.
Mack: 5 Keys To The 2018 PiratesHow do you prepare to watch the first iteration of Pirates baseball in a decade without McCutchen or Cole on the roster?
Pirate Jameson Taillon Partners With Coffeehouse To Help Cancer PatientsPirates pitching sensation Jameson Taillon is promoting a new venture to help other young cancer patients fight back like he did.
Chris Mack: Bucs, Go For It With YouthRather than debating whether the team should make a move at the deadline or not, let’s consider how the talent already present is being used.
Pirates' Taillon On Discovering CancerThe Pittsburgh Pirates' Jameson Taillon joined Chris Mack and Jack Zduriencik to discuss the start and the process of returning from what some would consider catastrophic.
Jordy Mercer On Andrew McCutchen: 'He's Playing Out Of His Mind Right Now'The Pirates are starting to play better and the hot bats of Andrew McCutchen and Jordy Mercer are a big reason behind it. Mercer joined The Starkey and Mueller Show and talked about the team and, in particular, McCutchen's hot streak.
Jameson Taillon: 'There's No Time To Throw A Pity Party'It was just five weeks after his surgery for testicular cancer that he returned to the mound and threw five shutout innings against the Colorado Rockies, and Jameson Taillon joined The Starkey and Mueller Show to talk about his fight and what it was like to pitch again.
Pirates' Taillon Solid In Return Following Cancer SurgeryJameson Taillon pitched five scoreless innings in his return from treatments for testicular cancer and the Pittsburgh Pirates beat the Colorado Rockies 7-2 on Monday night.
Taillon Set For First Rehab Start Since Cancer SurgeryPittsburgh Pirates right-hander Jameson Taillon is scheduled to begin a minor league injury rehabilitation assignment Sunday, less than three weeks after testicular cancer surgery.
'My Heart Was Racing': Jameson Taillon Discusses Cancer Diagnosis, TreatmentJameson Taillon told a press conference audience that men need to step up and deal with sensitive health issues, because it can save their lives.
Pirates Pitcher Taillon Tests Positive For Testicular CancerTests on tissue removed from Pittsburgh Pirates pitcher Jameson Taillon last week confirmed he is dealing with testicular cancer.
Testicular Cancer In Young Men Not UncommonWhen a 25-year-old man in otherwise perfect health is diagnosed with cancer, it raises questions.