Mitch Keller may seem like an easy choice for the rotation, but the Pirates' top prospect is not taking anything for granted.
Major League Baseball could add four more playoff teams starting in 2022, according to a report from the New York Post.
The Pirates do not have much outfield depth, but they do have a pair of rookies in Jason Martin and Kevin Kramer who are looking for their shot.
Pirates pitchers and catchers will start to report Monday. Who has the best chance of making the opening day pitching staff?
Spring training is about to get underway, but if the season started today, what would the Pirates opening day lineup look like?
The Pirates will start reporting for spring training in a couple days, but there are still plenty of questions surrounding the team.
In this episode of Morning Java, brought to you by GetGo Cafe+Market, DK and I set the stage for the Pirates reporting to spring training.
The Pirates are bringing one more catcher with them to spring training, inviting double-A backstop Arden Pabst Sunday.
According to Baseball America, Ben Cherington will make a splash during his first international signing period with the Pirates in July.
The Pirates are making nine additions to their player development staff for the 2020 season.
The first cut of spring training is a haircut.
The Pirates signed Solomon Maguire, a toolsy 16-year-old outfielder from Sydney, Australia, Wednesday.
Happy Wednesday, everyone. We’re less than a week away from Pirates spring training. They’re bringing along a couple veterans to camp as non-roster invitees. We’ve had some time to digest...
Adam Frazier and Kevin Newman combine to be a good defensive middle infield, but there is room for improvement with Newman.
USA Today praised the Pirates' front office and coaching hires this winter, but still picked them to finish with the worst record in the National League.
Pirates outfielder Jason Martin is finishing his rehab from shoulder surgery and should be ready for spring training, his trainer tweeted Tuesday.
With spring training a week away, these eight Pirates players need to make the opening day team or they will lose their roster spot.
The Pirates announced Friday they are inviting pitchers Derek Holland and Robbie Erlin, catcher Andrew Susac and outfielder Charles Tilson to Bradenton.