Forget an ending with this 2015 victory lap, how about a second encore in 2016?
One full month of the MLB season is in the books, what are the biggest surprises?
A.J. Burnett pitched seven strong innings in his return to Philadelphia, Andrew McCutchen homered and the Pittsburgh Pirates beat the Phillies 7-2 on Tuesday night for their fourth consecutive win.
Saying that the MLB season is too long, is the same as saying the Pro Bowl is stupid. It’s a widely held belief and opinion that, in the end, it doesn’t mean much and won’t change anything.
Gerrit Cole pitched seven effective innings, Starling Marte hit a three-run homer and the Pittsburgh Pirates beat the Philadelphia Phillies 4-3 on Monday night.
Jordy Mercer had a pretty good seat for baseball history, then provided a little drama of his own.
A lot of fantasy baseball owners like to grab a rookie early and wait for him to pan out on the field. That can take all season, though. Sometimes, it’s best to grab the non-flashy veterans with the steady statistics instead, because at least they’re playing every day—and playing at a level you can rely on to win your league.
Matt Holliday and Kolten Wong hit three-run homers and Michael Wacha remained unbeaten as the St. Louis Cardinals held off the Pittsburgh Pirates 8-5 on Friday night.
The Top 5 Sports Callers of the week is a weekly installment from CBS Local Sports that will bring you the wildest callers from across the nation.
With his strikeout of Cincinnati Reds pitcher Anthony Desclafani Thursday night, Pirates starter AJ Burnett reached a career milestone in strikeouts as he now sits at 2,400.
With 162 games in just 183 days, meaning just 21 days off per season, it should come as no surprise that baseball players have explored the idea of a shortened season.
Following a big win over the Reds, Andrew McCutchen impersonated Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch.
A.J. Burnett limited the Cincinnati Reds for seven effective innings and the Pittsburgh Pirates ended a five-game losing streak with a 7-2 win on Thursday night.
Rated the Pirates sixth best prospect and the best arm in their AAA starting rotation, Nick Kingam left his start Wednesday night for the Indianapolis Indians with discomfort in his left elbow.