The Pirates had no answers for the Mariners' opener strategy, Dario Agrazal allowed two home runs and the Pirates lost 4-1.
My oh my. Tough week for the PBC, facing issues far more serious than I feel comfortable discussing here.
Had Kyle Crick known a week ago ago that Felipe Vazquez was human filth, as we'd all unfortunately find out Tuesday that Vazquez is, that fight in San Francisco might...
Josh Bell's left groin strain is going to sideline him for, most likely, at least the next two series, with the remainder of his 2019 in question.
Felipe Vazquez admits to meeting an underage girl and sending her naked photos of himself but denies having sexual intercourse.
The Pirates lost to the Mariners, 6-0, in the wake of All-Star closer Felipe Vazquez's arrest. And that's totally understandable.
In this episode of Morning Java, brought to you by GetGo Cafe+Market, Dejan Kovacevic and I talk about Vazquez' arrest and what comes next.
The Mason Rudolph era is officially here, and far sooner than anyone had expected or desired.
Pirates' All-Star closer Felipe Vazquez was arrested on one count of computer pornography – solicitation of a child. More details here.
Josh Bell's 2019 season likely comes to an end after suffering a groin injury in Chicago, sources confirmed to DKPittsburghSports.com.
What, were they supposed to cancel the charter to San Francisco? Look, I'm not a believer in the 2019 Steelers, either. Not anymore.
The fight between Felipe Vazquez and Kyle Crick last week garnered negative press, but GM Neal Huntington believes the two can still coexist.
The Pirates made history in their latest three-game tilt against the Cubs — and none of it is good.
The Chicago Cubs continued to feast on Pirates pitching and Kyle Hendircks picked up the win in a 14-1 laugher at Wrigley Field Saturday.
The Cubs scored early and often against the Pirate lefty, and Brault finished with a pitching line that had only happened once before.
The Pirates beat the Giants, 4-2, to close out their four-game series — and Jacob Stallings stole the show in lowkey fashion.
Jaylen Samuels got 13 snaps last week in the Steelers' 33-3 loss at New England and it wasn't because the Patriots were winning the game by a bunch.