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Pirates rout Reds 12-1 behind offensive onslaught led by Sean Rodriguez

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The Pirates returned to .500 for the first time since June 18.

Friday, Jul 20

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World briefs: Olympic figure skating medalist Denis Ten killed

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Plus: President Trump says ‘I told you so!’ after Europe fines Google $5 billion; and more.

Thursday, Jul 19

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James Harrison: Bill Belichick is better than Mike Tomlin because of discipline

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James Harrison was on “Undisputed” with Skip Bayless and Shannon Sharpe on Thursday, and he weighed in on his former coaches and teammates.

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Can Antonio Brown avoid the 'Madden Curse'?

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Antonio Brown was awarded a spot as the featured athlete on Madden NFL 19. Should Steelers fans be worried?

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Sex abuse victims join hands, accept courage award at ESPYs

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Survivors of abuse by disgraced doctor join hands on stage, accept courage award at ESPYs

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Lincoln Park grad Elijah Minnie flourishes after transferring from Robert Morris

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After standout junior season, Minnie tests NBA waters but will return for final season at Eastern Michigan.

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JuJu Smith-Schuster (jokingly) offers to chip in for Steelers to keep Le'Veon Bell

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“He’s huge. They should pay him up. They need to pay him,” he added. “I’ll give him a couple mil just to keep him on our team. Honestly, when they double team [Antonio Brown] and him, that’s when I eat. So I need him.”

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Pat Narduzzi: With ‘more ingredients,’ Pitt better prepared for 2018

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The list of reasons why Pat Narduzzi thinks his team will bounce back from a 5-7 season includes new defensive coordinator Randy Bates.

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Jimmy Gillam overcomes tough start to beat Connor Schmidt in playoff for West Penn Open title

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Jimmy Gillam overcomes 5-over 40 on front nine to force playoff and eventually take home title with birdie on fifth playoff hole.

Wednesday, Jul 18

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Emotions run hot between Penguins, Blue Jackets for start of NHL free agency

Johnson has a pretty good track record in the playoffs. In fact, he’s nearly a point-a-game player with 21 in 23 games.

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IUP women's hoops isn't intimidated after advancing to first Final Four in program history

McConnell said IUP refrained from borrowing any of Ashland's basketball schemes this season, but it appears that the Crimson Hawks have successfully adopted the mindset of an elite team.

Trace McSorley is tuning out the Heisman Trophy hype

The quarterback, entering his final season with the Nittany Lions, is projected to be one of college football’s top players this season.

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Conor Sheary 'shocked' by trade, embraces what's ahead with Sabres

Conor Sheary talks about being traded, his time spent in Pittsburgh, and what he’s excited about in Buffalo.

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Darrelle Revis, former Pitt star, retires after 11 NFL seasons

Darrelle Revis, a star at Aliquippa, one of the best players in Pitt history and a seven-time Pro Bowl cornerback, retired on Wednesday.

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Antonio Brown got the 'Madden 19' cover — without a helmet

The Steelers wide receiver was already one of seven players in the game with a perfect rating of 99.

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Heidelberg promotes interim borough manager

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Council made interim borough manager Janice Adamski borough manager in a 3-2 vote at its meeting Tuesday.

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World briefs: World Cup protesters get 15 days in jail, sports event bans

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Plus: Syria rescue group says 10 killed in airstrike on shelter; and more.

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A lawsuit and ex-student focus on complaints about a now-dead Ohio State team doctor

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COLUMBUS, Ohio — Four former wrestlers say in a new lawsuit that Ohio State University officials ignored repeated complaints about “rampant sexual misconduct” by a now-dead team doctor, and a former student confirmed Tuesday that…

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Felipe Vazquez wants to face Mike Trout and meet Yadier Molina. He also intimidates Joey Votto.

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WASHINGTON — Not unlike some of his regular-season appearances, Felipe Vazquez had to do some work Tuesday night. After getting two outs in the seventh inning of the All-Star game at Nationals Park, Vazquez got Michael Brantley to bloop a…

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'A torture chamber': Golfers at West Penn Open battle notorious Oakmont course

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The first day of the Western Pennsylvania Open at Oakmont Country Club featured soaring high temperatures and scores to match them.

Tuesday, Jul 17

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British Open 2018: Core of American stars have grown up together

Koepka, Spieth, Thomas and Reed have combined to win the last five majors. All of them are Americans, all in their 20s.

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Agent for Le'Veon Bell: Guaranteed money was the sticking point

Adisa Bakari, the agent for Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell, said the sticking point in negotiations was guaranteed money.

With revenue-sharing grievance proceedings 'ongoing,' MLB union seeks to sit down with teams

WASHINGTON — The Major League Baseball Players Association wants to interview teams regarding their decision-making process as part of the revenue-sharing grievance filed against the Pirates and three other teams, Major League Baseball…

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Obituary: Gabe Rivera, former No. 1 draft pick of the Steelers, dies at 57

Former Steelers defensive lineman Gabe Rivera died Monday after a short illness.

Paul Zeise: The Pirates called Neal Huntington's bluff. Now what?

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The general manager told his team to win games. They won games. No doubt, he is ready to jump on the bandwagon, right?

West Penn Open: Once an Oakmont caddy, Kevin Koerbel wants a championship at 'the best course in the world'

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In the last month, Koerbel, a Deer Lakes grad, has set a Shannopin record and been rescued from a flooded Oakmont.

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Penguins announce deals with three RFAs, led by Teddy Blueger

Forwards Teddy Blueger and Thomas Di Pauli and defenseman Ethan Prow all signed one-year, two-way contracts that would pay them $650,000 at the NHL level.