The staggering amount of roster spots on the new teams gave many career mostly-minor leaguers a shot at the NHL at last, and Ken Schinkel was one such player.
Talk about a frustrated fan base. The Twins are setting new benchmarks for postseason misery, having now lost an incomprehensible 16 straight playoff games.
It was a short spring and a long summer, but finally, tonight, hockey is back, and I couldn’t be more excited about it!
I’m not going to lie to you, dear readers: The sole reason that this comic strip exists is to show off those crazy throwbacks!
My oh my. Tough week for the PBC, facing issues far more serious than I feel comfortable discussing here.
Rennie Stennett was a superior glove man for the Pirates but he's best remembered for a breathtaking at the plate at Wrigley Field.
Willie Parker's Steelers career might be overlooked, but he left his mark on the 2008 season with a roaring opener.
Art Rooney Sr., founder of the Steelers pro football franchise, holds a special place in the city's history.
Pirates and Reds put on a power show at Crosley Field on a summer night in Cincinnati, combining for a record 11 home runs in one game.
It happens every August -- No. 87 celebrates and birthday on 8-7 and heralds the arrival of another hockey season.
In August of 1960, Steelers played -- and won -- an exhibition game in Toronto against the Argonauts of the Canadian Football League.
Down to their last out, the Pirates mounted an unforgettable rally against Billy Wagner and the Astros.
RICHMOND, Va. — Ah, Starling Marte … you want to love him, even though he doesn’t always make it easy. He’s been one of the most exciting players on the Pirates’...
RICHMOND, Va. — It’s been a brilliant season for the Pirates’ first basemen, with All-Star Josh Bell’s powerful prowess at the plate conjuring up memories of one of the most...
It’s been fun watching Josh Bell’s all-star season thus far, and though I’ve enjoyed the comparisons, nobody, but nobody, could mash the ball like Wilver Dornel Stargelll.
Boxing is not a sport I’ve ever followed very closely, but if I had lived in the time of Billy Conn and Joe Louis, I’m fairly certain I would have.
With the exception of the 8-0 blowout vs. Minnesota in 1991, the Penguins’ Stanley Cup clinching (and even losing) contests have always been tense affairs.
Most of the time, when Honus Wagner’s name is mentioned, it involves the famous, rarer-than-rare “T206” baseball card that bears his likeness.