The Pirates added another hard-throwing piece to their bullpen on Wednesday while cutting ties with another former first-round Draft pick, agreeing to a one-year contract with Neftali Feliz and designating catcher Tony Sanchez for assignment.
The Pirates announced their 2016 performance team on Tuesday, making several notable promotions and filling out the group to replace a few recent departures from their big league training staff.
The Pirates invited 12 more non-roster additions to their big league Spring Training roster on Monday, including catching prospect Reese McGuire and pitchers Chad Kuhl, Trevor Williams and Steven Brault.
The Pirates have patched up their rotation. They’ve added to their bullpen. They’ve found another first baseman. But who’s batting cleanup?
This time last year, Francisco Cervelli was just waiting for the opportunity to show he could be “the guy” behind the plate. So, what’s next in 2016?
Sean Rodriguez is back with the Pirates, re-signed to a contract that will keep him and his family in Pittsburgh for another year. After spending the previous five seasons in sunny St. Petersburg, Rodriguez proved to be a natural fit in the Pirates’ clubhouse — and the Rodriguez family quickly came to enjoy Pittsburgh.
Who do the Pirates have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for Pittsburgh’s Top 30 Prospects on MLBPipeline.com’s Prospect Watch.
Can the Pirates get past the Cardinals in 2016? Can either team hold off the Cubs? Those are the big questions facing Pittsburgh next season. Here are five more that will determine the answers.
After seven years in the Pirates’ broadcast booth, Tim Neverett will get a chance to fulfill a lifelong dream, as he was named WEEI’s new play-by-play host for Red Sox radio broadcasts on Monday.
The Pirates had the right team — their most successful club since Barry Bonds roamed left field at Three Rivers Stadium — but they twice found themselves in the wrong place in 2015.
The Pirates’ search for a left-handed-hitting first baseman led them to a player who has only spent five innings at first base.