Just made my weekly hit on 105.9 the X, by phone with Mark Madden.
It's time to speak up. To stop being silent. No, I'm not going there again today. Sticking to sports 'n at.
Pirates pitcher Jameson Taillon is showing 'very encouraging' signs during his comeback bid from a second Tommy John surgery. Details here.
Pirates pitcher Chris Archer will miss the 2020 MLB season — if there is one — after undergoing surgery for thoracic outlet syndrome (TOS).
During a Zoom call with reporters, Pirates general manager Ben Cherington gave his reasons why he believes there will be a 2020 season.
If the 2020 MLB season begins, Pirates GM Ben Cherington believes Pittsburgh, and specifically PNC Park, can host Spring Training 2.0.
MLB has officially rejected the MLBPA's proposal for a 114-game regular season in 2020, focusing on a shorter season instead. Details here.
Diamondbacks owner Ken Kendrick says the league will not approve any proposal that allows baseball to be played in November.
Tuesday, the Pirates released an official statement condemning racial injustice in the wake of the killing of George Floyd. Read it here.
Three top-level collegiate pitchers could fall to the Pirates at No. 7 overall in the 2020 MLB Draft ... so which one's the best? And why?
How’s it going, lunatics? Well, not much has changed since last week. The league and union are negotiating to determine if I’ll have games to cover this year, or if...
The Pirates and PNC Bank are far apart on agreeing to an extension on their naming rights deal to PNC Park that expired this year.
How would a 2020 shutdown impact the Pirates' team control of their young players and their roster construction going forward?
Progress is being made toward a 2020 MLB season — but this latest proposal from MLB likely won't be final. Details here.
New Mexico State's Nick Gonzales brings a No. 7-overall-pick floor, per experts. And the Pirates should hope that materializes on draft day.
The MLBPA offered the league potential salary deferrals for their highest-paid players, but only if there is no postseason.
Per MLB Network's Jon Heyman, no deal is expected June 1 between MLB and the MLBPA. But there's still hope we'll have baseball in 2020.