Last year, all eyes were on Andrew Lambo as he had an opportunity to become the Pirates’ everyday first baseman. Lambo struggled in Spring Training, and Travis Ishikawa ended up starting Opening Day at first base.
Pirates number one pick Cole Tucker didn’t get to bat and only had one ball hit to him in the three innings he played, but that couldn’t stop the smile on his face as he appeared in his first Major League Spring Training game in Lakeland, Florida.
Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin, along with GM Kevin Colbert and offensive coordinator Todd Haley attended the Pirates game Monday in Bradenton before heading to Tallahassee.
Pirates manager Clint Hurdle named Jeff Locke the fourth starter over Vance Worley on Monday.
Former Pirate Kevin Young knows the defensive transition Pedro Alvarez is going through. The Pirates hired Young and he has spent all Spring Training as a special assistant helping Alvarez and the other first basemen get ready for the season.
Pirates starter Charlie Morton threw 88 pitches giving up 3 earned runs over 6 innings as the Pirates beat Toronto 8-3 Saturday afternoon.
As the roster narrows approaching Opening Day, 25-year-old Pirates outfielder Jaff Decker is still here and hope his familiarity with the team will make the decision on the final outfield spot hard on manager Clint Hurdle and GM Neal Huntington.
Clayton Richard has twice won 14 games in the majors, and signed with the Pirates hoping to resurrect his career after missing most of the 2014 season following surgery.
Pittsburgh Steelers guard Ramon Foster joined “The Fan Morning Show” in his regular weekly spot Tuesday, following his team’s Monday night win over the Titans.
You’ve likely heard of The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, a viral movement designed to raise awareness for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, also known as ALS of Lou Gehrig’s disease. 93-7 The FAN Update Anchor Eric Hagman was issued the challenge, and as you’ll see below, does not disappoint.
Jim Leyland talks about retiring as the Manager of the Detroit Tigers.
LATROBE, Pa. (93-7 THE FAN) — The Steelers released their two-deep for their Monday night matchup with the Redskins, and it lists Isaac Redman and rookie Le’Veon Bell as co-starters at tailback.
In his mind, the best way to foster good chemistry is to give yourself the best chance of winning.
Following Wednesday’s game against Montreal, the Pens will play in Boston on Friday. It will likely be the first major sporting event in that city since the Boston Marathon bombings on Monday.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — Since earlier this week when Pitt freshman tailback Rushel Shell decided to transfer, the question became, where? Chris Peak, of PantherLair.com, is reporting Shell submitted a list of four schools […]