The Pittsburgh Pirates have tendered all of their eligible players, including Travis Snider. Snider looked like a non-tender candidate, especially with Jose Tabata, Andrew Lambo and Jaff Decker on the 40-man roster. The Pirates can still try and work out a trade at some point this off-season. He is projected to make $1.4 M in arbitration. Along with Snider, the Pirates tendered offers to everyone else currently on the 40-man roster.
The Pirates did non-tender Garrett Jones, Michael McKenry, and Kyle McPherson. All three had previously been designated for assignment, so the non-tender was more of a formality since they could have elected free agency if they would have cleared waivers. They all become free agents with the move.
Earlier today the Pirates acquired Chris Stewart, and ther...
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