The time has flown by, but it really is nearly a month since the Major League Baseball season started. Our weekly awards are onto their third edition, as we highlight the best, worst and perhaps most shocking events over the last seven days of America’s Pastime.… Read more
The Pittsburgh Pirates aren't an exciting team to preview ahead of the 2020 season. They lost 93 games in 2019 and while PECOTA predicts them to pick up an extra W in 2020, the outlook is pretty bleak.
The Chris Archer trade drastically altered the futures of the Rays and Pirates.
The Philadelphia Phillies have acquired outfielder Corey Dickerson from the Pittsburgh Pirates, as reported by Jeff Passan.
The Los Angeles Dodgers have been consistently linked with Pittsburgh Pirates reliever Felipe Vazquez over the last few weeks.
The National League Central is split by 4.5 games. The Chicago Cubs lead the way at 47-43, the Cincinnati Reds are sitting fifth just five games under .500 at 41-46.
Pittsburgh Pirates were set up to spend big this offseason. It's been a quiet winter, though, and competing in the National League Central is unlikely.
Thomas Frost walks us through a decade that changed the game.
Spring Training is ramping up. Major league starting pitchers have edged their pitch counts higher, with aces now going five innings into games, just as Max Scherzer and Madison Bumgarner did on Tuesday.