The Pirates will bring in Cardinals first base coach Stubby Clapp for an interview, according to MLB insider Jon Heyman.
Baseball America reports Major League Baseball is looking to reduce the number of minor league clubs, and two of the Pirates farm teams could be implicated.
Several coaches and executives have emerged in the first few weeks of the offseason to potentially replace Clint Hurdle as the Pirates' manager.
In a Reddit AMA Wednesday, Pittsburgh mayor Bill Peduto said he would help Pirates' owner Bob Nutting find investors if he was interested in selling the team.
The Pirates have six bobblehead doll promotions scheduled for 2020, one more than they had during the 2019 season.
The Pirates had plenty of problems on and off the field during the 2019 season, but television ratings was not one of them.
Chad Kuhl has been a prototypical sinkerball pitcher to this point in his career, but he has gotten his best results with his slider and curveball.
Gerrit Cole and Tyler Glasnow will face each other in game five of the ALDS Thursday, and the Pirates may have learned a lesson by watching them from afar.
The Pirates announced RHP Geoff Hartlieb underwent right foot surgery Wednesday. He is projected to make a full recovery.
It's not your imagination. There are a lot of former Pirates still playing in the postseason. Here is a complete list of them.
The Pirates and longtime broadcast partner AT&T SportsNet announced Friday a multi-year extension to broadcast Pirate games.
We’ve had some time to digest the Pirates’ season. Some people have been fired. Some people still have jobs. There are also 25-40 players on the roster who could be...
Nobody is perfect, especially umpires, but these calls against Pirate batters and pitchers in 2019 were the worst of the bunch.
The Pirates finished last in the NL Central, but some of their most notable ex-players are heading into October with new hardware.
The Pirates finished their 2019 season on a sour note, losing 3-1 to the Cincinnati Reds hours after parting ways with manager Clint Hurdle.
Who: Pirates (69-92) vs. Cincinnati Reds (74-87). When: 3:05 p.m. Where: PNC Park. TV: AT&T SportsNet
On Steve Blass Day in PIttsburgh, the longtime Pirate player and broadcaster was told he would be part of the inaugural class into the Pirate Hall of Fame.
Kevin Newman extended the Pirates' late season winning streak to four games Friday with a two out, two run homer to left field.
Who: Pirates (69-91) vs. Cincinnati Reds (73-87). When: 7:05 p.m. Where: PNC Park. TV: AT&T SportsNet
Early in his career, Jacob Stallings was graded as a negative pitch framer. This year, thanks to new training and more playing time, he has vastly improved.
Who: Pirates vs. Cincinnati Reds. When: 7:05 p.m., Eastern. Where: PNC Park. TV: AT&T SportsNet (Pittsburgh), Fox Sports Ohio (Cincinnati)
Joe Musgrove opened up to reporters about the Pirates' low attendance numbers after Thursday's win, saying, "it's on us."
Who: Pirates vs. Chicago Cubs. When: 7:05 p.m., Eastern. Where: PNC Park. TV: AT&T SportsNet
Mitch Keller showed how far his slider has come during his rookie season in a seven strikeout performance against the Cubs.
Who: Pirates (65-91) vs. Chicago Cubs (85-70). When: 7:05 p.m. Where: PNC Park. TV: AT&T SportsNet
The Pirates allowed three more home runs and the Brewers completed the sweep Sunday. What is in store for the pitching staff going forward?