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.
With the All-Star break here, the Pirates are running out of time to convince their general manger to keep this roster intact.
Ke'Bryan Hayes has lived up to his first-round pedigree and his family name during his first season with in Altoona.
The Pirates are turning to another young hitter to try to spark their struggling offense.
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.
Indianapolis shortstop Kevin Newman is one call away from joining the Pirates' infield.
Neal Huntington and Travis Swaggerty, Friday at PNC Park. - DEJAN KOVACEVIC / DKPS
Jason Martin had stars in his eyes and at his feet when he received the phone call that would change his life back on Jan. 13.
Esposito managed the West Virginia Black Bears this past season and serves as the Pirates' minor league catching coordinator.
The Pirates are now in search of a new manager at AAA Indianapolis.
There have been plenty of new faces in the Altoona Curve clubhouse this season and that's a good problem for manager Michael Ryan.
When Eduardo Vera heard the diagnosis he knew his baseball career would be put on hold for at least one year.
One of Luis Escobar's greatest strengths on the pitching mound can quickly turn into his greatest weakness.
Jordan Luplow was looking to improve his swing, process and approach at the plate so last winter the Altoona Curve left fielder headed to Indianapolis.
Mitch Keller did not intend to use his rehab start at Monongalia County Ballpark Monday night to ensure he was healthy.
Yeudy Garcia shook his head left to right while walking toward the dugout after getting lit up during the second inning of Wednesday night's game.