Steven Brault had a rough outing Tuesday against the New York Yankees, allowing four runs in one-plus inning of the Pirates' 8-6 loss in an exhibition game.
Rookie Clay Holmes is trying to find the right pre-game routine for his role of swingman with the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Pittsburgh Pirates backup catcher Elias Diaz could start the season on the injured list, DKPittsburghSports.com has learned.
New hitting coach Rick Eckstein is looking to improve an offense that was 19th in the major leagues in runs scored last season and 25th in home runs.
Top pitching prospect Mitch Keller allowed two runs in one inning Tuesday in his first start of the spring as the Pirates lost 6-5 to the Twins in an exhibition...
Jordan Lyles allowed one run in two innings in his first spring start Monday as the Pirates rallied for a 4-3 victory over the Red Sox.
Third baseman Jung Ho Kang and Ke'Bryan Hayes both hit two home runs to lead the Pirates to a 10-6 victory over the Marlins on Sunday in an exhibition game.
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.