If the Pirates' three-game sweep of the last-place Reds this weekend was any indication, their pre-All-Star break ascent wasn't one last gasp at contention.
Ideally, of course, the Pirates should sell. Meaning, you know, sell the franchise.
Mets ace Noah Syndergaard goes on DL with an ailment not common to baseball. But it is common to 5-year-olds.
Michael Feliz is no longer among Clint Hurdle's most trusted relief pitchers.
Corey Dickerson powered the Pirates to their eighth straight win with two solo home runs in a 6-2 victory over the Reds Saturday night at Great American Ball Park.
Francisco Cervelli isn't ready to give up on catching and wants to play the position for five to seven more years until retirement.
The Pirates (49-49), back at .500 for the first time since June 18, have won seven straight and nine of their last 10.
Sean Rodriguez, placed on the 10-day disabled list June 27, will be activated in time for first pitch against the Reds Friday night after completing a 12-game rehab assignment.
In a vacuum the size of the entire Hoover headquarters, James Harrison's much discussed remarks yesterday about Mike Tomlin might make some sense.
Eulogio Santana was growing frustrated with his only son.
I blame Barry Bonds. Well, first, I blame the closing of the steel mills. But after that, Bonds.
Pirates closer Felipe Vazquez pitched a scoreless seventh inning with two strikeouts, but it had little barring on the outcome, as the American League hit two homers in the 10th...
Neal Huntington must decide whether or not the final week of the first half was an anomaly or a team finally realizing its potential after allowing 17 runs twice the...
Neal Huntington chose not to make a significant addition to his roster when the Pirates were projected to win 78 to 82 games this season.
With the All-Star Game happening in D.C. tonight, I thought it’d be cool this week to focus on an impressive performance by a Pirates player in the event.
"I don't take it for granted," Gerrit Cole said with a smile, glancing across a narrow room at Nationals Park filled with reporters while wearing an Astros hat.
Felipe Vazquez set down his belongings at a locker stall not far from the one he occupied for almost two seasons with the Nationals and greeted Mike Wallace, his former team's...