Troy Renck of the Denver Post had a Tweet tonight mentioning the Pittsburgh Pirates as a team who is believed to have interest in former Colorado Rockies' starter Jorge de la Rosa.
Yanks interest in de la Rosa no surprise. They are in on everybody. Nats. Brewers Rangers pirates also believed to have interest.
The Pirates are believed to have interest in de la Rosa.
Nothing concrete there, as he mentions the Pirates are "believed to have interest", and as we know, that could just mean they've called to inquire on the price of de la Rosa. De La Rosa is a Type A free agent, which means he would cost the Pirates their second round pick in 2011 if signed. This is similar to the Adrian Beltre talks in that I don't think the Pirates end up signing the player, regardless of their level of i...
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