An honor at PNC Park for the paramedics and EMTs who responded when 20 students and a now-retired school resource officer were stabbed at Franklin Regional High School in Murrysville last month.
The Pittsburgh Pirates have announced their “Military Appreciation Night” for this season.
Trevor Rosenthal, the St. Louis Cardinals’ closer, got into a major ninth-inning jam, allowed the Pittsburgh Pirates to draw within a run and then load the bases with none out. It seemed the Pirates, who lead the major leagues with five walkoff victories, were on the verge of doing it again.
Our city’s seen its share of celebrities lately, with movies constantly filming all over Pittsburgh.
Pirates Broadcaster John Wehner joined Colin Dunlap Saturday for Bucco Talk.
Pirates president Frank Coonelly joined The Fan Morning Show in-studio on Friday to talk about the state of the team and the first-ever Sunday night baseball game at PNC Park.
Starling Marte was called out, then ruled safe on a replay review with two outs in the bottom of the ninth inning, lifting the Pittsburgh Pirates over San Francisco 2-1 Tuesday night and ending the Giants’ six-game winning streak.
It is hands down Pittsburgh’s biggest spectacle of the year.
The Pirates have scored two or fewer runs in five of their past six games.
Johnny Cueto tossed his second three-hitter against the Pittsburgh in a week and the Cincinnati Reds eased past the struggling Pirates 4-1 on Tuesday night.
Major League Baseball has suspended four players involved in last Sunday’s brawl between the Pittsburgh Pirates and the Milwaukee Brewers.
Bucs games have had their share of defining moments in the recent past, but none like what happened at Friday’s game.
The Pittsburgh Pirates would love to host a World Series and if that happens, crews want to make sure they are prepared. Today, a drill in and around PNC Park will have a big impact on North Shore traffic.
Fans arrive early, as the players limber up. The threat of rain is not enough to keep them away from Pittsburgh’s newest band of heroes.
Pittsburgh Pirates second baseman Neil Walker understands not everybody is going to be a fan of Major League Baseball’s expanded replay system, which threatens to slow down a sport that already struggles to be played with any sort of urgency.