Charlie Morton threw his third live BP today at Pirate City.
Pittsburgh Pirates manager Clint Hurdle was over at Pirate City today, instead of being in Fort Myers for this afternoon's game. There were also a few major leaguers in camp, with Jason Grilli and Charlie Morton both getting a lot of attention. Notes below.
**Grilli pitched an inning against the New York Yankees high-A squad. He didn't have much trouble, getting two groundouts and a strikeout. The notable thing about today is that it was the first time this Spring that Grilli has pitched on back to back days. Grilli said he'll take a few days off, then pitch about two more times before the start of the season.
"My arm's live, it feels good," Grilli said. "All my pitches are right where I want them to be, and now it's jus...
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