Pirates Closer Rivero Changes Last Name To Felipe VazquezPirates closer Felipe Rivero has changed his name to Felipe Vazquez.
Pirates Spring Training 2018: Feb. 13 News & NotesTuesday was Physical Day at Pirate City, technically the day before any real work is supposed to begin. Nonetheless, there was action around the complex in Bradenton.
Mack: 5 Keys To The 2018 PiratesHow do you prepare to watch the first iteration of Pirates baseball in a decade without McCutchen or Cole on the roster?
Pirates Sign Closer Felipe Rivero To 4-Year DealThe Pittsburgh Pirates have signed their bullpen ace Felipe Rivero to a long-term contract. The 26-year-old lefthander is guaranteed $22 million over the next four seasons. Club options in 2022 and 2023 are $10 million each.
Pirates Power Rankings: June 27, 2017The Pirates are a pretty good ball club with a bad bullpen problem.
Bob Walk: Cutch Will Be The Old Hitter For Rest Of SeasonPirates broadcaster Bob Walk joined "The Fan Morning Show" on Wednesday and said that the slump is over and the old Cutch hitter is back.
Saves And Speed Still Can Be Secured By Smart Shopping On The Waiver WireThere's an old adage in fantasy baseball about never wasting high draft picks on closers and stolen-base demons, because you can often find them throughout the season. It's only partially true, and here's why.
Pirates Remove Tony Watson As CloserIt was just a matter of days ago that Clint Hurdle threw his support behind Tony Watson coming off a blown save against the Orioles.
Pirates Power Rankings: May 30, 2017Almost a third of the way through the season, the Pirates are somehow closer to the N.L. Central lead than .500
Spring Training 2017: Shark Tank No MoreThe Pirates’ “Shark Tank” bullpen, has the best ERA in the N.L. going back to 2013.
Arcia Helps Brewers Beat Sliding Pirates 7-4The Brewers beat Pittsburgh 7-4 on Saturday night to extend the Pirates' losing streak to five games.