Joe Musgrove and two relievers combined on a three-hit shutout as the Pirates beat the Reds 2-0 on Friday night.
Kyle Crick was placed on the 10-day disabled list with right triceps tightness by the Pirates and outfielder Jason Martin was recalled from Triple-A Indianapolis.
Jordan Lyles and three Pirates relievers combined on a six-hit shutout in a 2-0 victory over the Reds on Thursday night.
Josh Bell not concerned about anonymous critics; Matt Cullen recalls playing against Wayne Gretzky; Ben Roethlisberger not necessarily done with radio.
The Pirates placed Gold Glove left fielder Corey Dickerson on the 10-day injured list because of a strained right shoulder.
Beat writer John Perrotto answers readers' questions about the Pirates and baseball.
Francisco Cervelli's passed ball in the 11th inning allowed the winning run to score as the Pirates lost to the Cardinals 6-5 on Monday in their home opener.
We talk about the Pirates' defense after their home opener, Chris Archer's outing, and debate whether country music fits in baseball.
Trevor Williams combined with three relievers on a four-hit shutout as the Pirates beat the Reds 5-0 on Sunday.
Pirates general manager Neal Huntington reiterated Sunday that he felt some quotes from anonymous scouts in Sports Illustrated's baseball preview edition were racially tinged.
The Pirates traded Aaron Slegers to the Rays on Saturday for cash considerations, two days after designating him for assignment.
The Pirates' scheduled game with the Reds was rained out Saturday at Cincinnati and will be made up as part of a Memorial Day doubleheader May 27.
Who: Pirates vs. Reds. When: 2:10 p.m. Where: Great American Ball Park. TV: AT&T SportsNet
The Pirates lost 5-3 to the Reds in their opener Thursday at Great American Ball Park.
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Beat writer John Perrotto answers readers' questions about the Pirates and baseball in general.
Commissioner Rob Manfred says the Pirates have not violated Major League Baseball's revenue-sharing rules.,
Beat writer John Perrotto makes 10 predictions about the 2019 Pirates and also throws in a bonus.
The Pirates are counting heavily on their top four starters in 2019 but there are questions about whether those pitchers will have enough help.
Pirates closer Felipe Vazquez, who says he is both physically and mentally stronger, appears poised for a fine season.