Major League Baseball released its full schedule for 2018 on Tuesday, revealing that the Pirates will open the season on March 29 in Detroit.
Upon watching Stephen Brault get splattered all over the Gulf Coast in Grapefruit ball this spring, I came up with an awfully unfair term for the kid: Jeff Locke Lite.
After another difficult start, Jameson Taillon could get a break in the final month of the season.
After the Pirates lost Juan Nicasio on waivers for nothing, he was traded from the Phillies to Cardinals for a prospect.
Relying on three young starting pitchers has produced inefficient outings and tested the Pirates' bullpen.
Clint Hurdle will return for an eighth season as the Pirates' manager after agreeing to a four-year contract extension.
If this final month is to have any meaning at all for the Pirates, it'll likely be found on the mound.
Josh Harrison was hit on the left hand by a pitch in the fifth inning of the Pirates' 5-0 shutout of the Reds on Saturday night at PNC Park, and...
Not to steal management's material, but this really isn't worth watching anymore, is it?
The Pirates' release of Juan Nicasio to save roughly $600,000 with a month left in the season isn't exactly being applauded in the clubhouse, either.
Pittsburgh deserves better than this garbage. Fans of the Pirates deserve better.
Bob Nutting owns the Pirates now, and he's going to continue owning for the foreseeable future. I've had countless people in the know confirm that emphatically.
Neal Huntington released a statement to explain the reason behind Juan Nicsio being placed on waivers.
There's nothing remotely palatable about the Pirates dumping Juan Nicasio to save roughly $600,000.
The lofty expectations Austin Meadows faced once his first full Triple-A season began in April have dissipated
With all due respect to Cam Heyward, the Steelers haven't had that truly special, consistently spectacular defensive performer since the peak version of Troy Polamalu.
Only a few experiences have ever really given me butterflies as a photographer. Wednesday night, though, I was full of them.
Grumble about Clint Hurdle as you will, as any baseball fan will about any manager. But give the man this: He'll take bullets for his bosses.
From the moment the Pirates stepped off the bus and trekked up the hill to Lamade Stadium, the contingent of Little League World Series participants chanted their names.
When playing a Sunday night game, the Pirates would typically have the morning to relax before heading to the ballpark in the afternoon for their usual pregame routine.
I think I've yet to attend a drama-free baseball game in 2017. OK, that's admittedly an exaggeration, but it doesn't feel like it.
After a slow start since returning from suspension, Starling Marte is starting to return to form.
Amid a six-game losing streak and sinking in the Central Division standings, Clint Hurdle was forced to make another roster move to bolster a tired bullpen.
"We wanted this one," Gerrit Cole was saying at his stall. "Bad." It showed. Man, did it show.
Next time the catcher blocks the plate, the Pirates were formally informed early Wednesday morning, just slide through him.