OF Melky Cabrera Signs Minor-League Deal With PiratesThe Pittsburgh Pirates have signed veteran outfielder Melky Cabrera to a minor-league contract that includes an invitation to big-league camp.
Nick Franklin Agrees To Minor League Deal With PiratesUtility infielder Nick Franklin has agreed to a minor league contract with the Pittsburgh Pirates and will attend big league spring training.
'We've Been Doing It 67 Years:' Pirates Equipment Managers Pack, Start Long Journey To BradentonBefore they can get ready to play ball, the Pittsburgh Pirates' equipment managers have to get everything shipped from Pittsburgh to Florida.
Travel Watch: Phoenix's Spring Training Is Coming Soon, A Flight Away From PittsburghBaseball fans will be heading to Arizona for spring training soon, and if you want to make the trip from Pittsburgh, there are plenty of affordable flights.
Pittsburgh Pirates Broadcaster Steve Blass Announces This Is Last Season In The BoothPittsburgh Pirates World Series champion and broadcaster Steve Blass is calling it a career after the 2019 season.
Autograph Sessions Back Again At Annual PiratesFestPiratesFest at PNC Park is set for next Saturday to celebrate the upcoming baseball season.
Pirates Pitcher Trevor Williams Mistaken For Bryce Harper; Williams Plays AlongPirates starting pitcher Trevor Williams was mistaken for free agent All-Star outfielder Bryce Harper at a restaurant, and he went along with it.
Pirates Officially Sign Pitcher Jordan LylesThe Pittsburgh Pirates have officially signed pitcher Jordan Lyles to a one-year deal.
AP Source: McCutchen, Phillies Agree To $50M, 3-Year DealA person familiar with the negotiations tells The Associated Press that All-Star outfielder Andrew McCutchen and the Philadelphia Phillies have agreed to a $50 million, three-year contract.
Former Pirates Player Jose Castillo Killed In Crash In VenezuelaFormer Pittsburgh Pirates player Jose Castillo was killed late Thursday night in a car crash in Venezuela.
St. Louis Cardinals Trade For Paul GoldschmidtThe St. Louis Cardinals have added one of the National League's most dangerous hitters to their lineup.
Feliz Agrees To $850,000 Deal With PiratesThe Pirates avoided arbitration with reliever Michael Feliz, reaching an agreement on Friday on an $850,000, one-year contract.