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Pittsburgh Pirates 2013 Season Preview: The Infield

Pittsburgh Pirates 2013 Season Preview: The Infield

With Opening Day less than a week away and Spring Training coming to a close in Florida, it seems like an appropriate time to take a look at what the Pirates will put on the field next Monday when the Cubs visit PNC Park.
The idea is to do one of these each day. I’ll break down the outfield, starting rotation, bullpen, bench and infield (today’s installment) individually. These are by no means meant to be a definitive prediction of what I think these players will do this season, I just wanted to get some capsules together as a sort of jumping off point. As the new guy I'm still learning more about the major league team every day after focusing on West Virginia for the site last season, so please bear with me. I'll be more than happy to discuss the team in the comments and on Twitter (@Tom...

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