Pitcher Clayton Richard, a hopeful to make the Pirates rotation in 2015, joined Dan Zangrilli on Bucco Talk.
Pirates president Frank Coonelly joined Dan Zangrilli Saturday morning on Bucco Talk.
Casey talks about how the Pirates have really opened eyes nationally.
Pirates General Manager Neal Huntington joined the Starkey and Mueller show to talk about what has been a very interesting offseason for his team.
Selected 24th overall in the first round of the 2014 MLB Draft, Pittsburgh Pirates short stop prospect Cole Tucker had surgery in October to repair a torn ulnar collateral ligament in his left thumb.
There has been talk all throughout Pirates General Manager Neal Huntington’s tenure about the “shifts” his defenses employ and how often they’re used.
Pittsburgh Pirates general manager Neal Huntington joined Dan Zangrilli on Bucco Talk Saturday morning.
Being a fan of the Pittsburgh Pirates takes you on quite the roller coaster of emotions, and recently, CBS Sports Baseball Writer Matt Snyder took a shot at chronicling those moments.
With spring training about a month away, the Pirates have announced the managers and their staff’s for their minor league affiliates.
Korean baseball reporter Jeeho Yoo joined the Starkey and Mueller Show with Joe Starkey and Rob Rossi about Jung-ho Kang’s comments that he can supplant Jordy Mercer as the teams starting shortstop.
According to Jim Bowden of ESPN, the Pirates and Korean Infielder Jung-ho Kang have agreed to terms.
The Pittsburgh Pirates have agreed to terms with right handed pitcher Wilfredo Boscan and left handed pitcher Charlie Leesman on minor league contract with invites to Major League spring training and have invited six others as well.
When the Pirates won the bidding rights to Korean shortstop Jung-ho Kang, many across the baseball landscape were surprised that they’d pony up over $5 million just to negotiate with the power hitter.
After being non-tendered by the Pirates last month, former first baseman Gaby Sanchez has found a new team … in Japan.
In the world of Pittsburgh sports, we watched the Pirates, Penguins and Steelers all qualify for the playoffs for the first time in over two decades. Here’s a look back at some of the more memorable moments this year.