Pirates players talk about Opening Day excitement.
The Pirates won game two of a three-game home weekend set with the Houston Astros to even up the series.
Pirates pitcher goes 7 strong in his debut.
McCutchen's RBI single in the 9th helps Pirates win in walk-off fashion for the 2nd straight game.
Garrett Jones' 8th inning homer not enough as Bucs come up short.
Off season acquisition Erik Bedard was named the Pirates Opening Day starter on Thursday by manger Clint Hurdle.
The Pirates made a few moves on Wednesday reassigning four players to minor league camp.
The Pirates' announcement plans won't be known until the transaction is completed. But there is agreement on a six-year, $51.5 million contract for Pirates outfielder Andrew McCutchen, a source confirmed to MLB.com on Monday.
Former Curve lefty coming off solid rookie season.
Pirates manager and Team president visit with fans Tuesday night.
Florida's Sanchez tosses 1 hit, complete game, shut-out.
Hanrahan blows the save in the 9th.
Top overall pick is thrilled to be in Pittsburgh.
The Pittsburgh Pirates lost to the Chicago Cubs, 11-6, as they continue to lose ground in the National League Central Division.
It was the longest game in Pirates history and it was one of the toughest losses to take take in the history of the franchise and on Wednesday Major League baseball admitted it's umpire got it wrong.
Pirates back into a 1st place tie in the division.
Correia allows 7 runs in just 4 2/3 innings.
Pirates and Cards each a 1/2 game back in NL Central Standings.
Pirates lost to the Reds, 3-1, this afternoon as they fall into a tie for first place in the National League Central with Milwaukee
Pirates post back to back shut outs for the first time since 2009.
Bucs take another series, have won 7 of 9 over Houston this year.
Walker goes 4-5, but Bucs lose lead in the 8th.
Karstens tosses complete game, 5 hit shut-out.
Correia lasts just 3 2/3 innings as Pirates fall to Cubs 6-3.
Sara Eckert reports on a local boy whose big dream to make it in Major League Baseball started in a small
Pirates win 4th straight, 2nd in a row over Boston.
Dusty Brown expected to be called up to replace Doumit.
Bucs win 7th series of the the season and are back to .500.
Due to the forecast of continued rain for the remainder of the night, tonight?s 7:05 p.m. game against the Milwaukee Brewers has been postponed.
The Pirates finalized their opening day roster on Wednesday and the team also traded away a familiar face for Altoona Curve fans.
Just when it seemed as though Day 2 of the Winter Meetings would come and go without any significant moves being made by the Pirates, another late-night agreement brought tangible evidence of all the dialogue the club has been engaged in.
Hurdle becomes Bucs 39th Manager
Pirates recall pitcher Charlie Morton, will start Sunday against Brewers.
McDonald goes 7 strong, as Bucs take down Marlins at PNC 7-1.
The Pirates have fired pitching coach Joe Kerrigan and bench coach Gary Varsho.
New report also reveals support for the two teams is still growing.
Octavio Dotel back to The Dodgers, Lopez heads to San Francisco
Pirates get pair of Catchers
The Pirates opened the new major league baseball season with an 11-5 victory over the Dodgers Monday afternoon at PNC Park.
The Pirates may still have more than a week left in spring training but the team has announced its starting rotation naming Zach Duke the opening day starter.
1990 NL Cy Young Award Winner, Doug Drabek was in Altoona Saturday evening.
Pitchers Ross Ohlendorf and Charlie Morton and outfielder Garrett Jones head-lined a group of Pirates at Dick's Sporting Goods at Logan Town Center as part of the Bucs' Winter Caravan Monday.
The Pirates winter caravan made a stop in Altoona on Monday. Sports Director Nick Foley caught up with slugger Garret Jones.
He has been cited for disorderly conduct by police twice in the last eight months but Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin says that kicker Jeff Reed will play Sunday against Minnesota.
After watching the Phillies score twice in the top half of the inning to take a one-run lead, the Pirates responded with three runs in the bottom half of the ninth to walk off with a 6-4 win over the Phillies on Tuesday night in front of 17,049 at PNC Park.
They may be the future of Pittsburgh Pirate baseball but this bunch continues to lose now falling to St. Louis 6-4 Friday night at PNC Park.
Evan Chambers drove in four runs and capped the State College Spikes’ scoring with a three-run homer, combining with a stellar relief effort by Tyler Cox to help power the Spikes to a 9-5 win over the Aberdeen IronBirds on Thursday night at Medlar Field at Lubrano Park.
The Pirates continued their player carousel Thursday night dealing pitchers Tom Gorzelanny and John Grabow to the Chicago Cubs for pitchers Kevin Hart, Jose Ascanio and infielder Josh Harrison.
Tight end Heath Miller will be catching passes from Ben Roethlisberger for quite some time, as he and the Steelers have agreed to six year contract extension.
Just hours after shortstop Jack Wilson and pitcher Ian Snell were traded to Seattle, the Pirates continued their major overhaul shipping second baseman Freddy Sanchez to San Francisco.