Established NFL players can afford to opt out of playing in 2020. The majority of the league, however, is playing year-to-year and can't do so.
Among the many, many changes for Major League Baseball on the field this summer ... is that they aren't really playing baseball.
Our reborn podcast channel rolls on this morning with my Daily Shot, an every-weekday, half-hour program, with today's lede subject being ... baseball!
Welcome to the all-new DK Sports Radio! Our reborn podcast channel rolls on this morning with my Daily Shot, an every-weekday, half-hour program, with today’s lede subject being … my...
I'm going at least a little nuts without being able to do my bleeping job. No one likes to hear sports writers complain, but hey, here goes.
Pirates owner Bob Nutting wanted Major League Baseball to play an 82-game season. And not for the reason you think.
This one's about my being completely miserable. Sorry. Feel free to skip this one.
This one's about Mike Sullivan's hard push on his players ... not just at the upcoming camp but for the past several weeks.
When the Steelers, Penguins, Pirates and all professional sports team open camps this month, they won't be taking any backward strides.
If the Steelers, Penguins, Pirates or any professional sports team achieves something in 2020, it'll be more special than a typical season, not less.
Welcome to the all-new DK Sports Radio! Our reborn podcast channel rolls on this morning with my Daily Shot, an every-weekday, half-hour program, this one all baseball and built on...
Former Penguins star, coach Eddie Olczyk has gotten a clean bill of health and is looking to return to a prominent role in the NHL.
A discussion on how the national media fixates on the Steelers, another on how fourth-round pick Anthony McFarland could emerge as a summer star.
A discussion on how the Steelers, Penguins and Pirates are likely to avoid young players, followed by one on the Hockey Hall of Fame's big flaw.
This one's all-hockey, focusing on Matt Murray vs. Tristan Jarry, and the Penguins' competition class within the Eastern Conference.
Pittsburgh long ago buried Major League Baseball, possibly soon to be followed by many other cities.
Why sports absolutely, unequivocally will return this summer, followed by an all-hockey segment on my most pressing concern related to the Penguins.