Neal Huntington: Pirates Will Do 'Everything In Our Power' To Land Highly-Coveted Japanese SuperstarGeneral Manager Neal Huntington says the Pirates are all-in on trying to obtain the services of Japanese star, Shohei Ohtani.
Pirates Extend Manager Hurdle, GM Huntington Through 2021The architect of the Pittsburgh Pirates' renaissance and the man who helped guide the team to three straight playoff berths are sticking around.
Former GM Jim Bowden: 'This Is The Way It's Always Going To Be'Bowden tells Cook and Poni that that the Pirates are in a tough economic infrastructure that makes it difficult to compete.
Chris Mack: Apathy's Cure Is Extending McCutchenBefore fans have completely checked out on the 2017 season, the Pirates would do well to extend Andrew McCutchen. Now.
Pirates GM Neal Huntington: We Have Not Given Up On This Season"We are working hard to get better," Huntington said. "We certainly understand that the fans expect more and want more."
Dunlap: It's About (In)Activity For PiratesColin Dunlap believes Neal Huntington did the right thing on Monday at the deadline.
Pirates Power Rankings: July 25, 2017Going 13-4 with the 2nd best record in the game since the 4th of July, the Pirates are firmly in the N.L. Central race.
MLB Network's Harold Reynolds Believes Gerrit Cole Is An AceMLB Network analyst Harold Reynolds joined the Fan Morning Show on Monday to discuss the Pirates hopes heading into Opening Day 2017.
Pirates Battle For Final Spot In Rotation Down To TwoPirates are down to Trevor Williams and Tyler Glasnow for the final rotation spot after Drew Hutchinson was optioned to Triple A Indianapolis on Wednesday. The move comes following giving up nine runs in his final Spring Training start, raising his Spring ERA to 10.02.
Pirates Make Cuts, Get Closer To Filling Starting RotationThe Bucs made four roster moves Tuesday including eliminating one of those battling to be the fifth starter.
Pittsburgh Pirates Still Haven’t Completed RotationGM Neal Huntington had no more clarity on Sunday who the Pirates fifth starter would be with five more exhibition games left.
Huntington: Jung Ho Kang Will Not Be Ready For Opening Day“We’re pretty much there,” GM Neal Huntington said of the deadline when Jung-Ho Kang would need to be in camp to play. “The reality is as hard as he’s working, to think that we will be able to get him ready to go in 7-10 days is unrealistic.”