Pittsburgh Pirates Partner With Topps To Create Baseball Card Program Featuring Police OfficersThe Pittsburgh Pirates have partnered with Topps to create a baseball card program featuring Pittsburgh police officers.
Former Pittsburgh Pirate Starling Marte Announces His Wife, Noelia, Dies Of Heart AttackFormer Pirate Starling Marte announced on Instagram that his wife died due to a heart attack.
Pirates Debut New T-Shirt With 'Jolly Roger' Wearing Bandana As Face Mask, Proceeds Donated To CharityPirates’ fans can now “Raise the Jolly Roger” to help fight against the Coronavirus pandemic.
Pirates Thanking Health Care Workers With Doughnuts For National Hospital WeekThe Pittsburgh Pirates are teaming up with Dunkin' this week to provide breakfast to health care workers at seven area Allegheny Health Network hospitals.
AP Source: MLB Owners Approve Plan To Start Baseball Season In JulyA person familiar with the decision tells The Associated Press that Major League Baseball owners have given the go-ahead to making a proposal to the players' union that could lead to the coronavirus-delayed season starting around the Fourth of July weekend in ballparks without fans.
Pittsburgh Pirates Bench Coach Serves Meals At Light Of Life Rescue MissionPittsburgh Pirates bench coach Don Kelly volunteered at Light of Life Mission.
Pitt, Penguins, Pirates And Steelers Donate Combined $800,000 To University Of Pittsburgh's Center For Vaccine ResearchSeveral of Pitt Athletics leaders and all three major sports teams in Pittsburgh have teamed up to make a donation to Pitt's Center for Vaccine Research.
Phil Coyne, Longtime Pirates Usher, Turns 102-Years-OldPhil Coyne was an usher at Pirates games for 81 seasons, today celebrated his 102nd birthday.
Coronavirus In Pittsburgh: Pirates Temporarily Suspend 401K Benefits Amid PandemicThe Pirates are suspending retirement benefits for members of the baseball operations staff in an effort to cope with the economic fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic.
'The Game Will Be Different': Former Pittsburgh Steelers Lineman Chris Hoke 'Cannot Fathom' Sports Returning Without FansAs the coronavirus pandemic continues, what is the future of sports?
Pittsburgh Pirates To Pay Baseball Operations Employees Through May 31 During MLB Season SuspensionThe Pittsburgh Pirates organization has committed to paying its employees through at least May 31 amid the suspension of the MLB season due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
'We'll Be Ready': Pirates' Josh Bell Spending Spring In Pittsburgh As Baseball's Coronavirus Hiatus ContinuesThe Pirates' Josh Bell is spending the spring in Pittsburgh as the coronavirus pandemic has put the baseball season on hold.
MLB Can Cut Pay, Lay Off Managers, Coaches Starting May 1Rob Manfred has made a move that allows teams to lay off or cut the pay of managers, coaches, trainers and full-time scouts starting May 1.
Arizona Governor Says State Is Willing To Host All 30 MLB TeamsGovernor Doug Ducey has said that Arizona is willing to host all 30 MLB teams once health officials allow it.
Report: 400 Members Of The Pirates Organization Involved In COVID-19 StudyMembers of the Pirates organization are volunteering for a study that hopes to learn how widespread COVID-19 is in metropolitan areas.