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Published monthly, the Pittsburgh Sports Report (PSR) offers unique coverage of the region’s professional and collegiate sports scene that simply is not available anywhere else. With in-depth issues not tackled elsewhere in the market, and hard-hitting commentaries by the region's most recognizable sports journalists, PSR has established itself as western Pennsylvania's premier sports publication. PSR’s stable of writers includes the finest and most respected journalists in the city. In addition to thought-provoking lead stories, PSR features compelling interviews with fascinating and powerful sports personalities, as well as first-in-the-market previews. More than 125,000 people read and re-read each issue of the Sports Report, and that number is growing. PSR’s readership has increased by 250% over the last three years alone. PSR was founded in 1996 and is published by Ellis Cannon.

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PO Box 50
Monongahela PA 15063-0500
psreport@pghsports.com
412-469-9770
Twitter: @PghSportsReport

 

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We miss what we never had. In 2013-15, the sample cart finally swung around the Pittsburgh Pirates fanbase, and it sprinkled on the palate what these devoted enthusiasts have been missing out on since the early ‘90s: glory.
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The Cole Train has left the station. After an offseason of speculation and trade rumors, the Pirates finally traded their ace to the Houston Astros Saturday night, receiving right-handers Joe Musgrove and Michael Feliz, third baseman Colin Moran and outfielder Jason Martin in return.
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Josh Bell had not hit a walk-off home run since he was a member of the Altoona Curve in 2015. He changed that Friday with a soaring shot for the left field loonies.
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Francisco Cervelli is as passionate about the current state of Venezuela as anybody you'll find. Last month, the Pirates' catcher spoke passionately about the movement, his country's state of affairs and the future of Venezuela.
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Gustav Nyquist and Jimmy Howard led the way for the Red Wings, who landed Pittsburgh its fourth straight regulation loss.
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Monday night was more than a game. For Jameson Taillon, it was another heave in an ongoing push to liberation from a disease that can break down the toughest of men.
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