Before there was the Nightmare and Mark the Shark or even Grilled Cheese, it was The Hammer who held down the ninth inning for the Pirates.
ALTOONA, Pa. — A simple look at the word pressure in any dictionary and one might find a picture of a professional reliever and they also might find that picture to...
April showers often bring rain delays. For Altoona catcher Jason Delay, April brought, well, a slowdown to the start of his season.
Through 31 games, third baseman Hunter Owen is leading Altoona in home runs (7), runs batted in (36), on-base percentage (.352) and batting average (.287).
For a guy whose name means home, Altoona Curve right fielder Bligh Madris is trying to make it like home both on and off the field.
James Marvel ended the 2018 season with Altoona in dominating fashion going 3-1 with a 3.00 ERA in five starts and recording 22 strikeouts in the process.
A brief look at the prospect charts, and Cam Vieaux is nowhere to be found. A brief look at the pitching statistics for the Altoona Curve, and the result is much different.
Pittsburgh baseball fans: It might be time to add an "Allegheny Yinzers" jersey to the collection.
Joel Hanrahan has received a promotion in the Pirates’ minor league system. The former closer will be the pitching coach at Double-A Altoona this year. The two-time All-Star spent the...
Will Craig knows something about RBIs. The Pirates first base prospect had 102 of them last season at Double-A Altoona to lead the Eastern League. Reaching triple digits is hard...
Third baseman Ke'Bryan Hayes, a former first-round draft pick and one of the Pirates' top prospects, was named the organization's minor league player of the year Friday after a breakout...
Jack Wilson and Cole Tucker will forever be linked, but their bond goes deeper than a position in the infield.
To the surprise of many, Pirates general manager Neal Huntington traded top outfield prospect and former National League Player of the Month Austin Meadows to land Chris Archer at the non-waiver deadline.
Will Craig's mission to make consistent, hard contact this season has paid off.
Ke'Bryan Hayes has lived up to his first-round pedigree and his family name during his first season with in Altoona.
It's no secret that Francisco Cervelli loves baseball, and for the first time since the Pirates placed him on the disabled list June 22, he was able to do so.
I‘m about to be playing with them soon,” Mitch Keller told DKPittsburghSports.com recently. “It’s a lot of fun knowing that I’ll be soon playing with them.”
Mitch Keller is the Pirates' top-ranked prospect and for good reason. The right-hander is 8-2 this season at Class AA Altoona.