Pirates general manager Ben Cherington said "there's a level of confidence" there will be major and minor league games played in 2020.
In this Morning Java, our first in two weeks after hard deliberation about how to bring this back, Dale Lolley and I talk Steelers and use hand sanitizer.
Major League Baseball announced they will be following the new CDC guidelines, which would shut down operations until at least mid-May.
Thursday afternoon in Columbus, we were set to see Penguins vs. Blue Jackets. By Thursday night, the season would be 'paused.'
I joined Mark Madden, John Steigerwald and host Bill Phillips on our partner WPXI-TV's 'Subway Final Word,' talking Penguins, Steelers, league shutdowns and more.
If the NHL and NBA resume their seasons, the leagues would have to shorten the remainder of their seasons or run their postseasons through mid-summer.
There'll be days and days to digest all the details of the NFL's new labor agreement, one that assures peace for the next decade while also accepting significant change.
According to a report by ESPN's Jeff Passan, a Yankees minor-leaguer is the first baseball player to test positive for coronavirus.
Approximately 40 major-league players, along with members of the team's coaching staff, are expected to remain in Pirates camp.
Gary Bettman's plans for the NHL rescheduling should ditch the regular season, shorten the playoffs and be fair to ... the Panthers?
With the regular season up in the air, Pirates player union representative, Jameson Taillon, says it's "too early to speculate" if they will play 162 games.
Hey, who says we can't get together anymore?
There isn't a lot that unites us in the United States anymore, is there?
Pirates players are in the dark about the measures Major League Baseball may take to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
Just doesn't sink in, does it? I've had a couple days to process it, I've been right at the scene, and I'm still not close.
The Pirates lost to the Blue Jays Thursday. It was their final game before major league baseball suspended play due to the nationwide coronavirus outbreak.
The are plenty of reasons why the Penguins’ once-promising Stanley Cup odds have quickly become murkier than the Monongahela River after a rainstorm. You don’t drop eight out of 11...