Pittsburgh Pirates: Will Justin Morneau be Brought Back? Who Plays First in 2014?
Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports

  The Pittsburgh Pirates acquired Justin Morneau from the Minnesota Twins to bolster the lineup as the team geared up for their first postseason run in 22 years. The Pirates made the playoffs and pushed the St. Louis Cardinals closer to […]

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Pittsburgh Pirates Tony Watson

The 2013 Pittsburgh Pirates won games with elite pitching and defense. The plan for 2014 was supposed to be the same, but so far, that plan isn’t exactly going well. When a team is built around what is expected to […]

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Russell Martin

The position of catcher in today’s MLB is often overlooked and undervalued. Catchers have become journeymen that never stay in one place very long. There are only a handful of catchers that are considered franchise players and aren’t just on […]

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Cincinnati Reds Johnny Cueto

In his first opportunity against the team that, quite frankly, embarrassed him in the 2013 Wild Card game, Johnny Cueto seized his chance. He made the Pittsburgh Pirates look like fools on Wednesday. Even though the Reds’ right-hander pitched one […]

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Neil Walker

The Pittsburgh Pirates were everybody’s favorites story in baseball last season because of the run they made into the National League playoffs with NL MVP Andrew McCutchen leading the way. Expectations were raised this season, and the Pirates have not lived […]

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Pittsburgh Pirates Wandy Rodriguez

After an injury-shortened season in 2013, there were many questions surrounding Pittsburgh Pirates lefty Wandy Rodriguez coming into the 2014 campaign. His first start was decent, as he went six innings and allowed three earned runs against the Chicago Cubs. […]

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Tony Sanchez and Andrew McCutchen

You could look online at expert analysis, talk to anyone who follows MLB or even watch any sports show dedicating time to baseball, and when they predict who will win the NL Central, the answer is never the Pittsburgh Pirates. […]

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Tommy John

Tommy John was an accomplished pitcher. In fact John won more games after his pioneering surgery, later named for him, than before. Pitching to the age of 46, he amassed 290 wins, retiring in 1989 the definition of the word […]

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Pittsburgh Pirates Francisco Liriano

In four of the first five games to start the 2014 season, the Pittsburgh Pirates’ offense has been pitiful. In the three games against the Chicago Cubs, the Pirates totaled just seven runs. What makes things even worse is that […]

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