He might be playing for the Colorado Rockies as they come to PNC Park for the Pirates first post All-Star game series, but former Pirates catcher Michael McKenry says he still has fond memories of his time and Pittsburgh and pulls for them to have success.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — The 2013 baseball season, at minimum, will be remembered as the one that ended a torturous streak of losing in Pittsburgh, and for backup catcher Michael McKenry, it will be remembered as the one in which the Pirates came into their own.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — The Pirates’ impressive pitching depth continued to be on display Monday night at PNC Park. They’ve had to lean on that depth with a number of injured hurlers still working toward a return–whether it’s this season or next.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — The Pirates have placed backup catcher Michael McKenry on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to Sunday, with a left knee sprain, the team announced a short while ago.
Michael McKenry had a career-best four hits and drove in two runs, Neil Walker and Garrett Jones each added two RBIs, and the Pittsburgh Pirates beat the Miami Marlins 7-4 on Saturday night.
Bailey Golvash, 10, was all smiles Tuesday. That’s because she’s the winner of a promotion event called “take the fort to school.”
Colin Dunlap talked about the Pirates with Robby Incmikoski of Root Sports after the Pirates 5-1 loss to Milwaukee.
It doesn’t say here that Pirates catcher Michael McKenry is Johnny Bench. So don’t read it as such. What it does say here is that McKenry probably deserves more opportunity.
Hero of Sunday’s win over the Reds, Pirates’ Catcher, Michael McKenry joined the Fan Morning Show to talk about his two-home run performance.
Pittsburgh Pirates catcher Michael McKenry joins Vinnie & Cook on Sportsradio 93-7 The Fan for a spring training update.
Michael McKenry says he’s spent the off-season trying to become more versatile.
Pirates catcher Michael McKenry stopped by The Fan studios Friday morning to catch up on his offseason with Vinnie and Cook.
It was almost 40 years ago that Pittsburgh Pirates’ great Roberto Clemente died in a plane crash. He was working to deliver relief supplies to earthquake victims in Nicaragua at the time. Now, the current Pirates are working to honor the Pittsburgh sports legend.
Pirates Catcher Michael McKenry joined Seibel, Starkey and Miller on Sportsradio 93-7 The FAN to talk about what it was like catching 19-straight innings in the teams 6-3 inning marathon game against the St. Louis Cardinals.
Pirates catcher Michael McKenry joined Bob Pompeani on 93.7 The Fan Saturday to talk about the team’s recent success and his growing role in it.