In this episode of Morning Java, brought to you by GetGo Cafe+Market, Dale Lolley, Chris Carter and I talk about the Steelers' 1-4 start, including Mason Rudolph's injury after 26-23 loss to...
The Penguins lost Evgeni Malkin to injury but Alex Galchenyuk's passing helped them beat the Blue Jackets, 7-2, Saturday night.
Though the Pirates released a statement last week saying they were done with their shakeups, more could be forthcoming.
"We need everybody. I think it's going to take everybody to win this. It'd be big if everybody can be a part of this."
One any rare semi-free day near the beginning of any month, I like to look at some of our broader metrics to see where we are as a venture.
It’s maybe the prettiest day all year in Pittsburgh, so I’ll be doing these outside by the bank of the Allegheny. Because life really can be that good. Let’s do...
I just ... I mean, six months to rip up the palate, to restate the priorities, to refocus toward a positive future ... and these guys come out and concoct...
JuJu Smith-Schuster described his status as "questionable" for the Steelers' game Sunday against the Ravens after doing "bare minimum" at practice.
What if I told you that all of this -- I mean absolutely all of it -- remains in a state of flux and that, in fact, Bob Nutting's nowhere...
The Pirates have fired Ray Searage, their pitching coaching since 2010, as well as Tom Prince, their bench coach the past three seasons and a 26-year member of the organization.
I once read, in a book about Roberto Clemente, that he was the kind of guy who, when you'd ask how he's doing, he'd actually tell you.
In this episode of 'Halftime Adjustments', Alby Oxenreiter and I discuss a bunch of Steelers/Penguins/Pirates topics for a half-hour.
Just made my weekly visit to the 105.9 the X studios and Mark Madden, talking about my Pirates column earlier in the week, plus some Steelers and Penguins, too.
The Steelers beat the Bengals, 27-3, Monday night at Heinz Field for their first victory ... and a shot at first place?
In this episode of Morning Java, brought to you by GetGo Cafe+Market, Dale Lolley, Chris Carter, Hunter Homistek and I go over the win against the Bengals.
Bill Peduto, Pittsburgh's mayor, reached out to me Monday night regarding the column I published earlier in the day about forcing the Pirates to become accountable to an angry public.
Neal Huntington opened his press conference with a mini-monologue on this seismic Sunday afternoon at PNC Park, addressing that the Pirates had just fired Clint Hurdle.
DK talks Pirates, Steelers and Penguins with Alby Oxenreiter, Mark Madden and John Steigerwald as Pittsburgh searches for answers.
Good morning! Or not, if you’re a baseball fan! I sure wasn’t anticipating writing two columns in a day from PNC Park, but that’s how Sunday wound up with the...
Bob Nutting doesn't care about the Pirates. So why do you?
T.J. Watt: "Hey, Siri, what's the score of the Wisconsin game?" Siri: "Wisconsin is leading Northwestern, 7 to 3, at halftime." Oh, come on. I had to tease him. Just...
Neco Brett saw the space. Through the wall of defenders, over the bouncing keeper, top right corner of the goal. He saw the goal, too.
Vance McDonald missed a third consecutive practice, the last of the week, because of a shoulder injury and was listed as doubtful on the week's final official injury report.
We've talked about a new app/site for several weeks now. But as of this past Wednesday, officially, it's being built. It's underway.
It’s an all-football day for me, covering the Steelers’ practice in the morning, then the Hounds’ match tonight against Indianapolis at Highmark Stadium. But it’s not as if there isn’t...
No, Bob Nutting hasn't made up his mind. Not about Clint Hurdle. Not about Neal Huntington. Not about Frank Coonelly.