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Syracuse outlasts Panthers in second half

Syracuse outlasts Panthers in second half

Parker Stewart connected on seven 3-pointers, netting a game-best 23 points, while only four other Panthers scored in single digits in the 14-point loss at Syracuse Tuesday night.

Pirates trade Andrew McCutchen to Giants

Pirates trade Andrew McCutchen to Giants

The Pittsburgh Pirates today acquired pitcher Kyle Crick, minor league outfielder Bryan Reynolds and $500,000 in international bonus pool space from the San Francisco Giants in exchange for Andrew McCutchen and cash considerations

Pens stay hot with 5-2 win over Rangers

Pens stay hot with 5-2 win over Rangers

Sidney Crosby and Phil Kessel each added goals, while Tristan Jarry pieced together a 26-save night in the Penguins' fourth straight win in a 5-2 handling of the New York Rangers Sunday night at PPG Paints Arena.

Steelers season ends in 45-42 shocker to Jacksonville

Steelers season ends in 45-42 shocker to Jacksonville

Jacksonville, thanks to a high-powered offensive attack, raced out to a 21-0 advantage in the first half, never losing the lead in its 45-42 win over the Steelers at Heinz Field Sunday in the AFC Divisional playoff matchup.

For the Pirates, Cole's exit was just a matter of time

For the Pirates, Cole's exit was just a matter of time

The Cole Train has left the station. After an offseason of speculation and trade rumors, the Pirates finally traded their ace to the Houston Astros Saturday night, receiving right-handers Joe Musgrove and Michael Feliz, third baseman Colin Moran and outfielder Jason Martin in return.

Gerrit Cole traded to Houston in five-player deal

Gerrit Cole traded to Houston in five-player deal

In a two-team deal Saturday, the Pirates sent Gerrit Cole to Houston for right-handed reliever Michael Feliz, outfielder Jason Martin, third baseman Colin Moran and right-handed starter Joe Musgrove.

McCutchen, who carried a career .291 average with 1,463 hits, 725 RBIs and 203 home runs in nine years with the Pirates, was entering his final season in a six-year, $51.5 million

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Dominik Simon admits he got a little wide-eyed as he closed in on his first NHL goal.

A win for the Steelers seemed inevitable Sunday.

The media saw it that way.  The fans saw it that way.  The team even saw it that way.

Unlike most of the trade rumors centering around Gerrit Cole this offseason, this deal did not involve top of the line minor league talent, but rather major league ready players.

Spending five years with the Pirates, Cole tallied a career ERA of 3.50 through 782 innings, winning 59 games.

Seven days of rest can rejuvenate many facets on the ice.

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