So much work, so little time.
The Pirates announced their 25-man roster on Sunday for Monday’s Opener at Cincinnati.
On Monday at 4:10 p.m. in Cincinnati, the 2015 Pirates season is set to begin.
With Opening Day on Monday, Sportsradio 93-7 The Fan’s hosts have made their prognostications on how the year with go for the Buccos.
CBS Radio General Manager Michael Young has Bucco Fever!
Pirates number one pick Cole Tucker didn’t get to bat and only had one ball hit to him in the three innings he played, but that couldn’t stop the smile on his face as he appeared in his first Major League Spring Training game in Lakeland, Florida.
For a second straight day, a Pirates 2013 first-round pick had an extra base hit in his first major league Spring Training at bat.
Rookie second basement baseman Jung Ho Kang homered and drove in three runs as the Pirates beat the Braves 4-2 in Kissimmee Sunday afternoon.
Pirates General Manager Neal Huntington said there was some miscommunication and Charlie Morton’s start on Saturday was not make-or-break and that Morton is ready to go following hip surgery in September.
Pirates manager Clint Hurdle was to the point when asked by Larry Richert and John Shumway during the “KDKA Morning News” if Jung Ho Kang will make the 25-man roster.
After eight-years Andrew McCutchen decided to cut off his dreads, to auction them for a good cause. As you can imaging, Twitter reacted.
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.