DKPittsburghSports.com's John Perrotto is on the scene in Florida as Pittsburgh Pirates pitchers and catchers work out during spring training.
The four-year $45-million contract Aaron Nola signed with the Phillies this week could impact Jameson Taillon next year when he become eligible for salary arbitration.
The Pirates hope to get the careers of left-handed reliever Tyler Lyons and right-handed reliever Brandon Maurer back on track after signing them to minor-league contracts as free agents in...
Left-handed reliever Eduardo Escobar, who is 5-foot-8, is trying to become the shortest Pirates pitcher since ElRoy Face in 1968.
General Manager Neal Huntington and manager Clint Hurdle said they believe the Pirates are capable of contending for a playoff spot as spring training workouts began Wednesday.
After a rainy Wednesday sent Pirates pitchers and catchers inside for the first workout of spring training, we should have a much more active (and sunny) Thursday on hand.
John Perrotto and DK talk about pitchers coming back from Tommy John surgery and we enjoy some delicious ice cream at Mixon's.
Joe Musgrove and Steven Brault weren't around for the Blackout, but they watched on TV, as did much of the nation.
Rain did not prevent Pirates' pitchers and catchers from participating in the first workout if spring training Wednesday, though most of the activity was indoors.
The Penguins aren't getting enough from their blue line; Liriano probably best suited for bullpen duty; Steelers need old Hilton back.
Matt Sunday and DK talk about Garth Brooks' appearance at Pirates' reporting day, and how the starting pitchers' attitude can benefit the team.
Pirates pitchers and catchers work out for the first time since arriving in Bradenton, Fla., for spring training. Follow our coverage here.
Pirates right-hander Aaron Slegers, claimed off waivers from the Twins in January, is making up for lost time after having much of his amateur career curtailed because of injuries.
Today's the second reporting day for the Pirates' pitchers and catchers. For us, of course, every day is reporting day, so we'll be reporting on all this.
Left-hander Francisco Liriano is excited about returning to the Pirates, who traded him in 2016, on a minor-league contract with a chance to make the major-league team, most likely as...