The Winter Meetings are over, and the Pittsburgh Pirates made a few additions to the team during the week. None of the additions represented a big splash, and the biggest addition they made this week requires a lot of faith in Ray Searage. The one position they didn't fill was first base. Several options went off the board, although the Pirates still have plenty of possibilities if they want to find a first baseman to platoon with Gaby Sanchez. Below you will find the recap of the Winter Meetings, with links to our coverage throughout the week.
I also want to mention that the 2014 Prospect Guide was submitted to the publishers this weekend. I anticipate getting the first shipment of books this week, and will be shipping them out by the end of the week. I'm hoping to ship everything out ...
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