Pirates Sign Nate McLouth, Pedro Ciriaco DFAd

Earlier today we heard that the Pirates reached an agreement with Nate McLouth. The move was just made official, per a team press release. To clear space for McLouth on the 40-man roster, the Pirates have designated infielder Pedro Ciriaco for assignment. The Pirates have ten days to waive, trade, or release Ciriaco. If he clears waivers, they can outright him to AAA.

McLouth will make $1.75 M on a one year deal.

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  • Adrian Carnelutti

    The bench will feel cold and unloved now it’s favourite player has gone

  • Anonymous

    Thought Hurdle loved him. Really surprised. NH has been a real trickster today.