Pittsburgh Pirates Name Jung Ho Kang, Erik Gonzalez StartersThe Pittsburgh Pirates opening day roster is one step closer to being complete.
Jung Ho Kang Signs With The PiratesRoughly a week after declining his club option last week, the Pirates have resigned third baseman Jung Ho Kang.
Pirates Decline 2019 Options For Josh Harrison, Jung Ho KangThe Pittsburgh Pirates have declined 2019 options for second baseman Josh Harrison and third baseman Jung Ho Kang.
Pirates: Jung Ho Kang Set To Rejoin Team Ahead Of Season's EndThe Pittsburgh Pirates expect infielder Jung Ho Kang to join the club Friday and be active for a season-ending series at Cincinnati in what would be his first major league appearance in two years.
Pirates IF Kang Out At Least 4 Weeks After Wrist SurgeryJung Ho Kang underwent surgery for a wrist injury Friday morning and will be out for at least four weeks.
Jung Ho Kang Reinstated From Restricted List, Officially On Pirates' RosterPirates infielder Jung Ho Kang has been reinstated from the restricted list and optioned to Triple-A Indianapolis.
Pirates: Kang Is 'Committed To Sobriety'Jung Ho Kang will begin his attempt to return to the major leagues Monday when the infielder reports to the Pittsburgh Pirates' extended spring training camp in Bradenton, Florida.
Pirates' Kang Granted Work Visa, Will Rejoin Team SoonIn an unexpected development, infielder Jung Ho Kang has been granted US work visa and plans to soon rejoin Pittsburgh Pirates, according to multiple reports on Thursday.
Pirates' Jung Ho Kang Apologizes, Ready To Play Baseball AgainYoo Jee-ho, from the Yonhap News Agency, joined the Fan Morning Show Wednesday to talk about his recent interview with the Pirates' Jung Ho Kang.
Court Upholds Suspended Sentence For Pirates' Kang Over DUIA South Korean court has upheld a suspended prison sentence for Pittsburgh Pirates infielder Jung Ho Kang over a drunken driving conviction.
Smart Roster Moves Always Make The Difference Early In The Fantasy Baseball SeasonThe 2017 Major League Baseball season is underway, and that means fantasy baseball season is at its craziest. The drafts are done, and now every owner should be scrambling to make sure the roster is stable and sound. Whether injuries, demotions or just plain old mediocrity has hurt your roster, never fear because there are always plenty of players on the waiver wire in a standard league that can help your team patch its holes and survive the first few weeks of the season.