The Pittsburgh Pirates have dealt minor league pitcher Brian Tallet to the San Diego Padres for cash or a player to be named later. Tallet was signed by the Pirates as a minor league free agent on February 3, 2012. He went 0-2 9.45 in 19 games for the Toronto Blue Jays and St Louis Cardinals last year. Brian made one appearance for the Pirates during Spring Training, retiring the only batter he faced. Follow the Padres were the first to report the deal on twitter....
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