Bradenton, Fla. -- Joe Musgrove has been talking about throwing his fastball up in the zone more in 2019. That's probably a good idea.
Chad Kuhl struggled vs. lefties throughout his career, until he made a change during his final starts of the 2018 season.
Chris Stratton always had good spin, but his breaking pitches really started to move after he came to Pittsburgh last year.
Adam Frazier and Kevin Newman combine to be a good defensive middle infield, but there is room for improvement with Newman.
The Pirates need to find a replacement for Starling Marte in center field. Is Bryan Reynolds the answer? We dig into his metrics to investigate.
The Pirates need outfield help after they traded Starling Marte Monday. These five free agents could be potential targets.
Colin Moran was one of baseball's worst defensive infielders in 2019, but changing where he starts from could help him play to his strengths better.
The Pirates may have had an MVP and All-Stars during the 2010s, but they also had prospect busts and bad free agents. This is a roster of the latter.
In a decade filled with extreme highs and lows, these 25 players were the best to suit up for the Pirates during the 2010s.
Jacob Stallings and Luke Maile would arguably be the best fielding but worst hitting catching duo in baseball. Is the trade-off worth it?
The Pirates created a need at catcher when they non-tendered Elias Diaz Monday. These 10 players could be a good fit to replace him.
New Pirates manager Derek Shelton has a strong track record as a coach, but an even better one at building relationships.
Starling Marte is already drawing trade interest. What return could the Pirates potentially get back in a trade?
Ben Cherington's first moves as the Pirates' general manager hint towards an ideological change from the previous regime.
New Pirates GM Ben Cherington has a good reputation in the analytics world, but his shortcomings in Boston should not be ignored.
Almost every team needs starting pitching help, including the Pirates. These underrated free agents could make an impact in 2020.
The Pirates were not as reliant on home runs as other teams in 2019, but a less lively ball would still hurt their hitters.
After setting records in the regular season, the home runs have slowed in the playoffs. How would this impact Pirates pitchers if the change is permanent?