Spring Training continues to roll on for the Pittsburgh Pirates, but the Opening Day roster is starting to take shape.
With the start of the regular season just a day away, the Penguins continue to tinker with their roster.
The Pittsburgh Penguins trimmed their training camp roster some more over the weekend.
The Steelers have trimmed their roster down to the league-mandated 53 players ahead of the start of the regular season, announcing the release of several players including running back Jonathan Dwyer and defensive lineman Alameda Ta’amu.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — To make room for newcomers Marlon Byrd and John Buck, the Pirates have temporarily sent left-handed starting pitcher Jeff Locke and backup catcher Tony Sanchez down to Double-A Altoona, the team announced Wednesday evening.
The revolving door of injuries to the Pittsburgh Steelers stopped turning for a moment Tuesday as quarterback Brian Hoyer and receiver Plaxico Burress were signed to one-year contracts. The roster changes were necessary for the Steelers to be competitive against the Cleveland Browns an AFC North showdown.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — Relief pitcher Daniel McCutchen has been recalled from Triple-A Indianapolis, and pitchers Kyle McPherson and Justin Wilson have returned there, the Pirates announced before their Tuesday evening game at San Diego.
Fortunately, it appears none of those moves are directly related to the health of hot-hitting second baseman Neil Walker, who dislocated his right pinky finger in a collision with Dodger infielder Mark Ellis during the first inning of Wednesday’s 9-3 loss.
The Pittsburgh Pirates continue to trim their roster ahead of Opening Day and made a couple of roster moves Saturday morning.
The Pittsburgh Penguins made their final roster cuts Monday afternoon.
The Pittsburgh Steelers only have a couple of days left to trim their roster down to 80 players.
The Pittsburgh Pirates have made the following player moves that impact the Altoona Curve roster.
The Pittsburgh Power have made some roster moves following an injury to their starting quarterback Bernard Morris. He was hurt in the Power’s first-ever AFL win, beating the Iowa Barnstormers on March 19 at the CONSOL Energy Center.