Two weeks after being drafted, the Pirates and shortstop Nick Gonzales came to terms to officially make him a member of the organization.
The return of Major League Baseball could've been so special, so impactful. Instead, it'll be so very nothing.
Baseball is finally back, and what better way to usher in the 2020 shortened season than by talking to our resident baseball expert Alex Stumpf.
Major League Baseball and the players association hammered out the final health and safety protocols for the 2020 season Tuesday.
The Pirates need to find a facility within 100 miles of their stadium as a secondary spring site, and it looks like it will be Altoona.
Pittsburgh long ago buried Major League Baseball, possibly soon to be followed by many other cities.
The MLBPA rejected the league's offer for a 60-game season Monday, meaning Rob Manfred had to mandate a season under their March agreement.
How’s it going, lunatics? The MLBPA rejected the league’s offer yesterday, but it looks like the season will be 60 games anyway. There will be baseball soon, so let’s have...
The Major League Baseball players association is expected to vote on MLB's offer for a 60-game season Sunday.
Major League Baseball is projected to lose 40% of its revenue without fans in the stands, but it will impact each team differently.
One day after the union sent its last offer, MLB has fired back, saying they will not agree to any proposal that is longer than 60 games.
NFL defenses could have an advantage in empty stadiums. They'll be able to hear everything the offense is doing.
Five Phillies players and three members of their staff have tested positive for COVID-19, the team confirmed in a press release.
One day after receiving an offer for a 60-game season, the union responded by sending another offer to play 10 more games.
Dejan, Jeff, Alex and I will be going live on Facebook with the folks at Mike’s Beer Bar today (Friday) to answer your questions on anything!
If Major League Baseball proceeds with a shorter season, the Pirates will be huge beneficiaries, and their fans probably shouldn't be complaining about it.
While Rob Manfred believed the two sides had a "framework" for a deal, the union is looking to play more games this season.