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Reed Johnson Traded, But Not to the Pirates

Reed Johnson Traded, But Not to the Pirates

UPDATE 11:03 PM: Johnson goes to the Braves, along with Paul Maholm, per Jon Morosi.

UPDATE 10:35 PM: Bill Brink reports that the Pirates weren't the team to add Johnson.

UPDATE 10:33 PM: Rob Biertempfel reports that it is unlikely the Pirates have acquired Johnson.

UPDATE 10:31 PM: Ken Rosenthal reports that Johnson and Soto were in separate deals.

UPDATE 10:27 PM: Jon Heyman reports that Johnson has been traded, but that it's a mystery where he's going. Also, it appears the Cubs dealt Geovanny Soto, as he was shown hugging teammates in the dugout. While there are rumors connecting the Pirates to Johnson, there's nothing with Soto. I wouldn't imagine the Pirates would be trading for him with Barajas and McKenry on the roster.

10:18PM: Reed Johnson left the Cubs/Pirates game...

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