Through four games, home field has not been much of an advantage in the 2015 postseason. The road teams are a perfect 4-0.
Remember the fan who got a "Pirates, 2015 World Champs" tattoo? He had it updated after the team's Wild Card loss Wednesday.
Pirates infielder Sean Rodriguez says he's sorry for his wild card game assault of an innocent dugout cooler.
The Cubs beat the Pirates in the NL Wild Card with a peak viewership of 9.7 million and an average of 8.3 million viewers.
Troy Tulowitzki has been a fixture at the top of the shortstop rankings for years now, but will that be the case in 2016? Scott White shares his top 20 at the position.
Sean Rodriguez of the Pirates attacked an innocent cooler in the dugout in the NL Wild Card on Wednesday. He joins a select group. Let's take a look.
An adorable little boy named Tucker mimicked Pirates' pitchers and hitters during Wednesday night's Wild Card game.
Cubs ace refutes suspicions created over Arrieta's constant adjusting after pitches.
Arrieta only needed 113 pitched to shut out the Pirates in the NL wild-card game, but Cubs manager Joe Maddon said he could have thrown any number more of them if he needed to.
Four-hit, 11-strikeout shutout by Cubs belies truth for Pirates: They had their chances against Arrieta.

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