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A new Pittsburgh SportsWorks exhibit explores the science of fear

A new Pittsburgh SportsWorks exhibit explores the science of fear

“We’ve had a few very nervous people.”

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The best Pittsburgh Pirates by decade, 1920-2017

Ralph Kiner was in beast mode before beast mode was even a thing

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Mount Lebo has never produced a baseball player as good as Sean Casey.

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Starling Marte will write a Dr. Seuss-like children’s book called Green Eggs and PEDs.

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Demolition Ax, Bill Eadie, plans to end his career where he started it, in Pittsburgh

“It’s apropos that I start here and finish here.”

This week in Pittsburgh Sports History

A look back at events that you’ve either forgotten about or never heard of in the first place

Mount Lebanon High School packs a star-studded class of alumni

There’s a lot of trash-talking going on outside the Au Bon Pain in the Galleria Mall

This week in Pittsburgh Sports History

A look back at events that you’ve either forgotten about or never heard of in the first place

Got a few thousand bucks laying around? Treat yourself to Roberto Clemente’s old shower shoes

“Well, I own a goddamned gravy boat made by Roberto Clemente!”

Pirates midseason report card shows more improvement than regression but will it be enough to win the division?

John Jaso is the most un-athletic Pirate since Rick Reuschel, but his hard work is paying off

Pittsburgh pickleball tournament attracts more than 400 players while raising money for Parkinson Foundation

Cardiovascular exercise, like pickleball, has been shown to slow the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease and promote mobility

This week in Pittsburgh Sports History

A look back at events that you’ve either forgotten about or never heard of in the first place

A mediocre division may be a huge break for the Pittsburgh Pirates

The Pirates are still in it because everyone else in the division isn’t much better

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