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Pirates Made a Three Year Offer to Edwin Jackson

Pirates Made a Three Year Offer to Edwin Jackson

Last week we heard that Edwin Jackson received a few three year offers before eventually signing a one year, $11 M deal with the Washington Nationals. Ken Rosenthal reports today that the Pirates were one of the teams with a three year offer.

Rosenthal tweeted that the Pirates made a three year offer to Jackson, and also made a one year offer which was below the amount that Jackson received from Washington. He followed up that he didn't know the details of the three year offer, but that he was told it was "substantial", and in the range of $10 M a year.

It's encouraging to hear that the Pirates attempted to sign Jackson, as he was definitely a fit for them. If they offered three years at around $10 M a year, that's definitely a fair offer. But I think the reality is that the Pirates ...

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