Pittsburgh Pirates Fans Are Well-Served by MLB.com’s Adam Berry. In this wide-ranging interview, Berry talks to PBD about taking over for Tom Singer, Marte’s Suspension & Much More

For years, Pittsburgh Pirates fans were spoiled by the fantastic coverage from the late, great Tom Singer.

However, the man who took over his beat – MLB.com’s Adam Berry – is forging a trail of his own, easily becoming a trusted voice for balanced Pirates news, analysis and commentary.

Berry was kind enough to sit in with us for a wide-ranging interview on Pirates Breakdown Radio. Click below to listen as Berry talks Starling Marte‘s suspension, his proudest moment on the Pirates beat, taking over for Singer and much more. Also, follow Adam on twitter.

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Steve Kubitz

Steve Kubitz was born and raised in the Stanton Heights neighborhood of Pittsburgh, PA. He is a long time and annoyingly positive baseball fan. He bought into the Pirates' 5-year-plan before it was cool. He is best known for staying calm about losing streaks on twitter and trying his best to make sure other fans don’t overreact to when the Pirates lose a tough ballgame to a division rival. The only thing he isn’t positive about is the wave during close ballgames.