While I will grudgingly admit that the fact that the NHL is still playing hockey on Memorial Day is fairly ridiculous, you’ll never hear me say that I don’t love...
May 25, 1935 didn't mark Babe Ruth’s final game, but man, it really should’ve.
Ron Necciai was a chronic worrier, and he had the ulcers to prove it.
We’ve seen quite a bit of ol’ Jags in Cartoon Canon of late, but in the long view, his gutsy performance in the spring of 1999 might be his most...
RICHMOND, Va. — Dock Ellis’ acid-aided no-hitter is common baseball lore, but this lesser-known incident which saw him go headhunting against the Reds more aptly describes the mercurial player’s character...
The TYR Pro Swim Series, a professional swimming event featuring some of the sport’s biggest names, took place right here in Richmond last week.
I will freely admit, I briefly considered changing course with this cartoon yesterday afternoon to focus on the Pirates’ Claude Ritchey.
Scant few photos exist, either of the team or the venue, Recreation Park, and the event itself may well be a tall tale.
The Penguins have had longer winning streaks, but they’ve never had a better month than they did back in March of 2013, going a perfect 15-0.
U.S. Olympic hero Brianne McLaughlin’s dazzling performance with Buffalo Beauts to win the NWHL’s Isobel Cup over the favored Boston Pride in 2017.
Amazing Pittsburgh fans booed Jaromir Jagr and Barry Bonds, but perhaps no returning player ever approached the level of loathing that welcomed Cliff Stoudt.
Amazing as Mario Lemieux was in the 1990s, I always told people that Jaromir Jagr was my favorite hockey player.
As sports fans go, we in Pittsburgh are luckier than most. There are cities that suffer through entire decades of abject misery.
There was a time when the hockey season didn’t really start and that nobody paid attention to the Penguins until the Steelers season was over.
With pitchers and catchers set to report next week, here’s a tribute to Steve Blass’ amazing performance in the 1971 World Series.
From 1974 to 1989, the Penguins played 42 games at the old Spectrum in Philadelphia, and they didn’t win once.
I never get tired of reading about Super Bowl IX. The idea of the relatively unknown Steelers bursting onto the national scene is just irresistible.
The Steelers’ reward for trouncing Houston in the 1978 AFC Championship Game was a date with Dallas in Super Bowl XIII.