Over this past week, my compadres and I with The Fan Morning Show spent the days at McKechnie Field dissecting and scrutinizing the Pittsburgh Pirates as they go through the rigors of Spring Training.
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 first baseman Pedro Alvarez sat down with “The Fan Morning Show” at Spring Training in Bradenton this week to talk about getting ready for the 2015 season and making the move from third base to first base.
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.
Josh Harrison sat down with “The Fan Morning Show” at Spring Training in Bradenton this week to talk about getting ready to be the Bucs’ starting third baseman on Opening Day.
The Pirates announced Monday that first baseman Pedro Alvarez missed the last few games with discomfort in his right elbow caused by a mild hyperextension on a swing, as the club put it, “a few days ago.”
The Pittsburgh Pirates are down in Florida for Spring Training. They are looking to improve upon back-to-back playoff appearances in the hopes of bringing a World Series title back to Pittsburgh!
The Pirates’ hit three home runs and were able to hang on for an 8-7 win over the Toronto Blue Jays at Florida Auto Exchange Stadium on Tuesday afternoon.
KDKA-TV’s Rich Walsh spent a few days in Bradenton, Florida at Spring Training with the Pirates. Here’s his top five most-improved Pittsburgh Pirates heading into the 2015 season.
Walk says if Pedro Alvarez can regain his power swing teh Pirates may have the best offense in the league.
We are experiencing a cold spell here in Bradenton but I really shouldn’t complain about the weather. Plus, I’m sure nobody in Pittsburgh will feel bad for me!
It’s day one of spring training for pitchers and catchers and Pirates Manager Clint Hurdle took some time to talk about expectations for his team with Starkey and Mueller.
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.
Pitchers and catchers reported on Wednesday to Bradenton, Florida. Though many players have been at Pirate City for a little while, today is what many consider the official “start” of the 2015 baseball season.
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.