Jose Osuna was optioned to Triple-A Indianapolis on Monday morning, indicating the Pirates plan to carry eight relief pitchers on their opening day roster Thursday in Detroit.
The group, led by Ivan Nova, wants to surprise Major League Baseball in 2018.
The 25-year-old used improved four-seam fastball command, as well as an effective two-seam fastball, to allow one earned run in five innings in the club's 7-5 victory over the Blue...
Jordy Mercer's time in the on-deck circle is unlike most players'.
The 25-year-old wants to do more damage from the right side of the plate and doing so could transform him into one of the top hitters in the game.
Tyler Glasnow is showing signs of being able to throw strikes consistently against major-league hitters.
Outfielder Bryce Brentz, acquired from the Red Sox last month, confirmed to reporters Sunday morning that he has been placed on outright waivers.
Although the Pirates are still deciding between carrying an extra relief pitcher or position player, they now have fewer candidates for those roster spots.
Jared Brentz doesn't understand why his twin brother suddenly struggles to hit a baseball.
Brault, along with Tyler Glasnow, will begin the season as a member of the Pirates' bullpen, Clint Hurdle confirmed to reporters.
Trevor Williams will start the second game of the season in Detroit next Saturday and Chad Kuhl will take the mound for the series finale the following day, Clint Hurdle...
Outfielder Daniel Nava re-signed a minor-league contract with the Pirates on Friday — less than 72 hours after he was released.
Kuhl showed signs of progress in the Pirates' 5-4 loss to the Blue Jays on Thursday night at LECOM Park.
Jordan Milbrath is running short on time to state his case for a spot on the Pirates' opening day roster, yet the 6-foot-6 right-handed relief pitcher insists he's not overwhelmed...
Polanco remains an inconsistent defender in right, as evidenced by his defense in the Pirates' 3-1 loss to the Twins on Wednesday in Fort Myers.
For much of George Kontos’ time in San Francisco, he was a man without a defined role.
Outfielder Daniel Nava, who underwent back surgery last month, was released by the Pirates on Tuesday, bringing the club's roster in spring training to 36 players.