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2010 Pittsburgh Pirates Winter Meetings Preview

2010 Pittsburgh Pirates Winter Meetings Preview

The 2010 MLB Winter Meetings kick off tomorrow, and run through Thursday afternoon, finishing off with the 2010 Rule 5 draft.  Leading up to the meetings, the Pittsburgh Pirates have been linked to a lot of free agents, but have yet to make a move, outside of letting a few players from the 2010 roster go.  The main areas of focus for the Pirates have been the starting rotation, a first baseman/right fielder, and a shortstop.  The Pirates enter the Winter Meetings with four open spots on the 40-man roster, and a projected payroll of just under $30 M.  They are expected to make at least one selection in the Rule 5 draft, and could also fill a few of their needs over the next few days.  Here is a review of the Pirates' off-season so far, along with a preview of some of the moves we could see ...

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