Steven Brault pitched two sharp innings Saturday in his bid to become the fifth starter and the Pirates beat the Phillies 3-2 in the exhibition opener at Clearwater, Fla.
In a slow free-agent market, Andrew McCutchen was grateful to get a three-year, $50-million contract from the Philadelphia Phillies.
The Pirates finished the workout portion of spring training Friday and will open exhibition play Saturday against the Phillies at Clearwater, Fla.
Veteran switch-hitting outfielder Melky Cabrera is trying to make the Pirates as a non-roster player after helping the Cleveland Indians win the American League Central last season.
Right-hander Rookie Davis, who signed a minor-league contract earlier this week, is ready to compete for the open spot in the Pirates' rotation.
Former Pirates and current Rays right-hander Charlie Morton has a different idea about how MLB could speed up games rather than using a pitch clock.
Pirates right fielder Gregory Polanco is swinging the bat well in his return from shoulder surgery but is not yet ready to throw from long distances.
Second baseman Josh Harrison has agreed to terms on a contract with the Detroit Tigers as a free agent and will be reunited with former Pirates double-play partner Jordy Mercer.
Joe Gibbon, who pitched for the Pirates’ 1960 World Series-winning team, died Wednesday at 83 of natural causes, the team announced.
Bob Nutting admits that many fans do not like him and the Pittsburgh Pirates' owner is concerned that is hurting the perception of the franchise.
The Pirates have a potentially strong rotation but there are questions about whether they have enough depth.
Major League Baseball will experiment with a pitch clock during the exhibition season that begins Saturday and manager Clint Hurdle is unconcerned about how it will affect the Pirates’ pitching...
Pirates infield prospect Kevin Kramer feels he will be better prepared for his next opportunity in the major leagues after hitting just .135 last September following his call up from...
Pittsburgh Pirates owner Bob Nutting did not address the team as he usually does before the first full-squad workout of spring training Monday, leaving the talking to manager Clint Hurdle
The Pirates signed right-hander Rookie Davis to a minor-league contract Monday with an invitation to major-league spring training.
Adam Frazier says he is ready for his chance to be the Pirates' full-time second baseman after spending his first three major-league seasons as a utility player.
New Pittsburgh Pirates hitting coach Rick Eckstein has spent the week building relationships with his pupils, even though the first full-squad workout of spring training isn't until Monday.
The full-squad reporting day is not until tomorrow but pretty much every player has already checked into the Pirates' spring training camp.
Saturday, Clint Hurdle announced Jameson Taillon as the Pirates opening-day starter vs. the Cincinnati Reds and more.
Country music legend Garth Brooks continued to be the big attraction Friday at Pirates' spring training.
The four-year $45-million contract Aaron Nola signed with the Phillies this week could impact Jameson Taillon next year when he become eligible for salary arbitration.
The Pirates hope to get the careers of left-handed reliever Tyler Lyons and right-handed reliever Brandon Maurer back on track after signing them to minor-league contracts as free agents in...
Left-handed reliever Eduardo Escobar, who is 5-foot-8, is trying to become the shortest Pirates pitcher since ElRoy Face in 1968.
General Manager Neal Huntington and manager Clint Hurdle said they believe the Pirates are capable of contending for a playoff spot as spring training workouts began Wednesday.
Rain did not prevent Pirates' pitchers and catchers from participating in the first workout if spring training Wednesday, though most of the activity was indoors.
Pirates right-hander Aaron Slegers, claimed off waivers from the Twins in January, is making up for lost time after having much of his amateur career curtailed because of injuries.