Pirates Target High School Talent On First Day Of MLB DraftThe Pirates selected four high school prospects on the first day of Major League Baseball's 2017 First-Year Player Draft.
Pirates Agree To Terms With Supplemental 1st-Round Draft PickThe Pittsburgh Pirates have announced the signing of infielder Ke'Bryan Hayes, their supplemental first-round draft selection, 32nd overall.
Pirates Agree To Terms With First-Round Draft PickThe Pittsburgh Pirates have announced the signing of first round draft pick, Shortstop Kevin Newman.
Pirates' Assistant GM Kyle Stark Talks MLB Draft, Taillon's ProgressPittsburgh Pirates Assistant General Manager Kyle Stark joined Chris Mack on Bucco Talk.
Pirates Land Three Bats On Day One Of MLB DraftThe Pirates went bat heavy in day one of the MLB Draft getting themselves a shortstop, third baseman and infielder with their first three picks.
Mt. Lebanon Grad Taken In 1st Round Of MLB DraftMt. Lebanon graduate Ian Happ has been selected in the first round of the MLB Draft.
Mt. Lebanon's Ian Happ Talks About Getting Ready For MLB DraftMt. Lebanon High School and University of Cincinnati product Ian Happ is expected to be a first-round pick.
Pirates Take Shortstop With 24th Overall Pick In MLB DraftFor the first time in two decades, the Pirates actually picked 20th or lower in the first round of the MLB Draft.
Pirates Becoming Poster Children For Small-Market SuccessPITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) -- The Pirates, to borrow a popular lyric from the rapper Drake, "started from the bottom, now [they're] here." But how did they get to the pinnacle of the National League, recording win No. 70 faster than any Pirate team since 1972?
Pirates 14th Overall Draft Pick Planning To Skip College, Turn ProThe Pirates 14th overall selection in the 2013 MLB Draft, High School Catcher Reese McGuire joined the Pirates pregame show with Dan Zangrilli and Vinnie Richichi to talk about what it felt like getting taken so high in the draft.
Astros Draft Stanford Pitcher Mark Appel At No. 1This time, the Houston Astros couldn't resist drafting Mark Appel with the No. 1 pick.
Andrew Says: Don't Blame AppelWith the first overall pick in the 2013 MLB Draft, the Houston Astros have taken Stanford pitcher Mark Appel who turned down the Pirates after they drafted him at eight overall last year.