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Pittsburgh Pirates’ General Manager Neal Huntington joined KDKA’s Bob Pompeani on 93-7 The Fan on Saturday to talk about a busy week in the MLB.
Pittsburgh (KDKA)- For the first time since 2002, the Pittsburgh Pirates will be raising ticket prices. The Pirates had gone the longest stretch of any team in baseball without raising prices. In fact, the Pirates […]
As Pirates third baseman Pedro Alvarez continues to struggle at the plate, I’m sure the temptation would be to either bench him or send him back down to the minors for some fine-tuning. I say neither option is the right one.
“Where the #%!@ is everyone!” I had to utter that line a dozen times.
Play ball! It’s an exciting day for baseball fans in Pittsburgh. In a sure sign of spring, fans have packed PNC Park over on the North Shore for the 2011 Home Opener.
One day after the Pirates blew a three-run lead in the eighth inning to the Chicago Cubs, they reversed the trend by overcoming a late inning deficit of their own.
An eighth inning rally by the Chicago Cubs sunk the Pirates 5-3 at Wrigley Field on Saturday afternoon for their first loss of the season.
Hear what Post-Gazette sports editor Jerry Micco and his panel had to say about the biggest topics and issues of the sports week…
In honor of former Pittsburgh Pirates Manager Chuck Tanner, the Pirates announced today that the club will wear a patch on the right jersey sleeve throughout the 2011 season.
Pittsburgh Pirates general manager Neal Huntington joined Sportsradio 93-7 The Fan’s Vinnie & Cook to put the wraps on spring training and preview the season ahead.
A day after sending pitcher Fernando Nieve to the minors, the Pittsburgh Pirates have unconditionally released Nieve.
Forbes’ annual report finds the average value of Major League Baseball teams has increased seven percent from last year to an all-time high of $523 million.
When Lyle Overbay and Matt Diaz sit at their lockers in the Pirates’ locker room they know they stand out and there is a reason for that. The 34-year-old Overbay, a first baseman, and 33-year-old Diaz, an outfielder, are the veterans on a team full of youngsters.
If the Pirates have any chance of being respectable in 2011, the starting rotation needs to perform above expectation. Through seven games this spring, the starters have done that. This afternoon, Charlie Morton and Brad Lincoln turned in strong outings as the Pirates beat Toronto, 4-1.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 The FAN) — Pittsburgh Pirates pitcher Paul Maholm dialed in from Bradenton, Fla., to the Vinnie & Cook Show on SportsRadio 93-7 The Fan. Maholm takes us through the week so far at […]