The Pirates picked up another road win against the Houston Astros, winning 7-3 on Wednesday night.
Pittsburgh (KDKA)- Tonight the Pirates (32-33) will look to once again even their record at .500 as they start a 3-game series in Houston. If you’re a person that enjoys numbers, here’s something that will […]
The Pirates held on to beat the Philadelphia Phillies, 2-1 in 12 innings Friday night in Pittsburgh.
Coming off of 2-hit performance in his ML debut, manager Clint Hurdle is giving rookie Josh Harrison another start at third base tonight vs. the NY Mets.
Pirates manager Clint Hurdle isn’t wasting much time in seeing what rookie Josh Harrison can do in the big leagues.
Here’s Clint Hurdle’s starting lineup for tonight’s game vs. the Atlanta Braves.
Is Pirates manager Clint Hurdle changing the lineup tonight to try to jump-start his struggling offense? Plus, I think it’s time the Pirates replaced Jeff Karstens in the rotation with Brad Lincoln.
The Pirates anemic offense cost them another game last night. The problem for manager Clint Hurdle is that the players he’s counting on for offense just aren’t hitting. I’m going to play manager for a day and give Hurdle 5 changes that I’d make to the Pirates lineup.
Jon Heyman of Sports Illustrated has an update on the contract talks with the Pirates and Andrew McCutchen.
After missing the last five games with a quad injury, Pirates 3B Pedro Alvarez will return to the Pirates lineup.
The Pirates will look to rebound from last night’s disappointing 2-1 loss to Houston. Will Pedro Alvarez return to the lineup?
The Pirates continued their three-game series against the Rockies Saturday night in Colorado. Andrew McCutchen hit another home run, but it wasn’t enough to help the Bucs as they fell 4-1.
One day after leaving the team for personal reasons, Pirates outfielder Andrew McCutchen is back in the starting lineup.
Andrew McCutchen opened the game with a homer against slow-starting Edinson Volquez, then singled home the tiebreaking run in the eighth inning Sunday, rallying the Pittsburgh Pirates to a 7-6 win over the Cincinnati Reds.
The Pirates will look to rebound tonight from a disappointing homestand as they take on the 1st place Cincinnati Reds. Manager Clint Hurdle is making major changes to the lineup.