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.
“If I had it my way, I’d be in Pittsburgh for my career. That’s kind of all I can really say about the situation,” Neil Walker said.
Pirates pitchers and catchers report Wednesday, and so begins the long trudge through Spring Training, on through summer and, hopefully, a third consecutive trip to the Major League Baseball postseason in October.
If there is one thing that has stood above all as the Pittsburgh Pirates have turned into winners, it is this: Neal Huntington has a plan.
Neil Walker will make $2.25 million more than he did last season.
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.
According to Jim Bowden of ESPN, the Pirates and Korean Infielder Jung-ho Kang have agreed to terms.
Pirates President Frank Coonelly joined Bob Pompeani at PirateFest.
In this edition of “The Pirates Hot Stove Report with Colin Dunlap,” Colin talks about the team bringing back Francisco Liriano, the news that the team is in the very early stages of contract talks with Neil Walker and answers questions from the mail bag.
Between the Steelers, Penguins and Pirates, Pittsburgh has no shortage of professional athletes. So instead of ranking them on their athletic ability, the ladies of the KDKA web team have decided to rank them by […]
Pittsburgh Pirates second baseman is keeping busy this off-season, but that doesn’t mean he’s not already thinking ahead to the next baseball season.
A pair of Pirates won 2014 Louisville Slugger, Silver Slugger Awards Thursday night – outfielder Andrew McCutchen and second baseman Neil Walker.