The Big 10 Conference yesterday postponed its 2020 football season until some non-specific stage of next spring.
Trade Kris Letang. Trade Evgeni Malkin, too. But first, strap Jack Johnson on a rocket ship to the Moon.
None of it mattered. Least of all the final score: Twins 5, Pirates 2.
Barely 20 feet and barely visible through the blades of grass engulfing it, the ball dribbled off the bat of Phillip Evans and died inside PNC Park's third-base line.
"It’s just some Silver Bullets, a couple bottles of baby powder and some Irish Spring all sprinkled on you."
"He’s a guy that’s going to be huge for us this season and for years to come.” That was Mitch Keller, praising his friend JT Brubaker.
See that photo up there? That's it. That's the column.
The Pirates' 134th season opener, delayed four months by coronavirus, brought a 5-4 loss to the Cardinals Friday night at Busch Stadium.
Maybe the Pittsburgh Baseball Club's 134th season, which formally sets its strange stage here tomorrow, will be every bit the disaster so many expect.
Evgeni Malkin has been among the Penguins' most visibly inspired performers at this stage of training camp.
Sam Lafferty might've been the Penguins' longest shot to make the playoff lineup, right until Pittsburgh's training camp started.
Sidney Crosby was the only expected participant to miss practice Sunday morning at the UPMC Lemieux Sports Complex.
The Pirates, Major League Baseball and all other summer sports will persist through this pandemic.
The Penguins' current defense might be the deepest its been through their current championship era, as Kris Letang can attest.
Jared McCann has among the tallest tasks of the Penguins' coming playoffs: Center a formidable third line that seems uncertain at the moment.
It's a hell of a hockey team. But man, it took a hell of a half-hour on this Monday, not to mention the hellish four months it followed, to rediscover...
David Morehouse, president and CEO of the Penguins, spoke with DK Pittsburgh Sports on an array of subjects, including financial challenges the team will face.
Sunday marked Day 10 of the Pirates' summer camp at PNC Park, and Kyle Crick climbed a mound for the first time.