At Diesel Club Lounge, black-and-gold clad clubbers scarf Pierogies, sip Bacardi’s and stand on tippy-toes to get a clear view of the dimly lit stage. TVs in the sky boxes above show The Beatles swaying to "All My Loving," 48 years after the Fab Four captured America's consciousness on The Ed Sullivan Show.
These South Side revelers were sending all their loving not toward The Beatles, but rather toward “Da Beard.” With the Steelers vanquished f
Pedro Alvarez was supposed to anchor the Pirates’ power-starved lineup, belting homers and drawing walks by the bushel. Instead, the $6 million bonus baby, selected second overall out of Vanderbilt in the 2008 draft, hopes to avoid Triple-A Indianapolis next spring after a 2011 season in which he slugged .289 and suffered a quadriceps injury.
PSR’s David Golebiewski picked the brains of baseball experts for a solution to
Major League Baseball’s collective bargaining agreement expires in December, and a new labor contract could lead to major changes in the amateur draft, affecting everything from how much cash teams can offer players, when those players sign, and whether clubs can swap picks.
If implemented, those changes could have a major impact on the Pirates and how they approach the draft.
Derrek Lee went 3-for-4 with an RBI, and Charlie Morton allowed 3 runs over 7 innings, but the Pirates still clinched their 19th straight losing season with a 3-2 loss to the St. Louis Cardinals 3-2 Wednesday afternoon at PNC Park.
Less than two months after sitting atop the NL Central standings and adding players at the trade deadline instead of scouring other clubs' farm systems and selling, the Pirates reached an all-too-f
When Don McLaughlin had a leg amputated due to poor circulation two years ago, he knew he didn’t want to become a spectator. “I was very active,” said the Michigan native who served with the Marines during the Vietnam War.
“I didn’t want to sit around on my butt and do nothing, so I got involved in wheelchair sports. And that led to here.”
KidSports Magazine is a guide for parents of young athletes. The magazine offers parents useful tips on such topics as nutrition, sports equipment, training, saving money, medical advice, rules, sports and school, sports education, scholarships and just about any other issue you can think of for parents of younger kids involved in sports.
When the Penguins hired Jim Rutherford as their general manager in 2014, it seemed like a temporary move. The former Carolina Hurricanes GM would spend his two years in Pittsburgh, and then hand the keys to Jason Botterill; the man whom several people thought deserved the job in the first place.
Aaron Gray is a familiar name for most Pittsburgh basketball fans. The 7’0”, 270-pound center led the '07 Panthers to an NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 appearance and was one of the most prolific big men to play for coach Jamie Dixon.
Jeanne Marie Laskas is the New York Times best-selling author of Concussion and the 2009 GQ article “Game Brain,” which inspired the Golden Globe-nominated movie, Concussion, starring Will Smith and Alec Baldwin.
As much as 80 percent of the Pirates starting rotation could be different next season. Only Gerrit Cole and Jameson Taillon are locks to return from the 2015 crew. With three spots potentially open, the Pirates could look to add veterans through waivers, free agency and trades. Here are some potential in-house solutions.
For years, the accomplishments of the Penn State men’s basketball team have been few and far between. Head coach Patrick Chambers has posted a 23-67 overall conference record in his five seasons, one of the worst marks among Power 5 schools. Only TCU, Boston College, Texas Tech and Virginia Tech have a lower in-conference winning percentage than Penn State's .256 mark during that span.