Crazed fans, hangers-on, entourages, managers, agents, trainers. Professional athletes are surrounded by many people. So who can they count on as a true friend? Man’s best friend, of course!
The acquisition of Aramis Ramirez has done more for the Pirates than exclusively providing them with the opportunity to throw a tenured veteran into the third base position.
Don’t blame the Pittsburgh Pirates if they don’t want to take a few days off for the All-Star break.
Gerrit Cole pitched seven strong innings to become the major leagues’ first 13-game winner and Neil Walker had a two-run homer among his three hits as the Pittsburgh Pirates beat the St. Louis Cardinals 5-2 on Friday night.
Neil Walker and Starling Marte homered, and the streaking Pittsburgh Pirates held off the Atlanta Braves 10-8 on Friday night.
Jeff Locke worked into the sixth inning in his first win in more than a month, and the Pittsburgh Pirates dropped the reeling Miami Marlins 5-1 on Tuesday night.
Gerrit Cole pitched into the eighth inning for his third win this season, and Josh Harrison and Neil Walker each drove in two runs to lead the Pittsburgh Pirates over the Arizona Diamondbacks 4-1 Friday night.
Thousands of fans love Andrew McCutchen, while others scream for Josh Harrison. Some are crazy about Pedro Alvarez or Neil Walker.
The “KDKA Morning News” is in Bradenton this week broadcasting from McKechnie Field – the Spring Training home of the Pittsburgh Pirates – getting you ready for the 2015 season.
Pittsburgh Pirates superstar Andrew McCutchen has revealed his secret, announcing that he has cut his hair.
While it might seem like fun in the southern sun, the ramping up of Spring Training is the preparation for an endurance run like no other in professional sports.
Facial hair appears to be taking a more prominent role in professional sports lately. Here’s Rich Walsh’s top five beards at Pirates Spring Training.
Pirates second baseman Neil Walker sat down with “The Fan Morning Show” at Spring Training in Bradenton this week to talk about getting ready for the 2015 season.
KDKA’s Rich Walsh catches up Pirates second baseman Neil Walker.
Having hit just .231 with 18 home runs and 56 RBI in a season he had to switch positions because he struggled making throws from third to first, Pirates first baseman Pedro Alvarez filed for a 2015 salary of $5.75 million while the team filed for $5.25 million.