Tag: Pittsburgh Pirates

Pirate fans prepare for Wild Card game with rally

| October 1, 2014 | 0 Comments
Pirate fans prepare for Wild Card game with rally

By Haley Wisniewski, Point Park News Service: No matter where she is or where she goes, Vivian Carnprobst always makes sure to have a radio nearby so she can tune in to the Pirates game. When Chris Miller and Jeff Walters walk the streets of Pittsburgh in head-to-toe pirate costumes, “outcasts” would be the last […]

Continue Reading

PNC Park tour kicks off RADical Days

| September 26, 2014 | 1 Comment
PNC Park tour kicks off RADical Days

By Haley Wisniewski, Point Park News Service: Senior citizens who had seen the Pirates play at Forbes Field and families with children riding in strollers took a free tour of PNC Park on Wednesday to kick off RADical Days 2014. Guide Joe Espey greeted a tour group with, “Welcome to the most beautiful ballpark in […]

Continue Reading

What to watch: Pirates or Penguins?

| October 3, 2013 | 0 Comments
What to watch: Pirates or Penguins?

By Trever Sheets, Point Park News Service: Chris White plans to watch the Pirates while catching glimpses of the Penguins when he can. There is no doubt in Joe Komar’s mind either that he will be watching the Pirates’ playoff game instead of the Penguins’ home opener. They are among thousands of fans faced with […]

Continue Reading

ROOT Sports’ Dan Potash: from Beverly Hills to The City of Champions

| November 30, 2012 | 2 Comments
ROOT Sports’ Dan Potash: from Beverly Hills to The City of Champions

By Stevie Watson Point Park News Service Growing up in Beverly Hills, ROOT Sports personality Dan Potash’s life did not compare to an episode of 90210. An only child to divorced parents, Potash lived in a humble apartment, eating frozen dinners and working an after school job. Though he had good friends, but he knew […]

Continue Reading