I've written about how the Pittsburgh Pirates have eight relievers for seven bullpen spots. They have a little over one week remaining, and as long as everyone stays healthy, they'll have a tough decision to make. Earlier this week, we heard that the Pirates were listening on Vin Mazzaro. Today there were two more rumors talking about relievers other than Mazzaro.
Ken Davidoff reports that two industry sources say that the Pirates would deal Bryan Morris or Jeanmar Gomez, although they're more protective of Gomez due to his ability to start. Meanwhile, Chris Cotillo says that the Pirates really like Morris.
Stolmy Pimentel's name hasn't been mentioned by anyone, but that's not a surprise. Everyone I've talked to in the org...
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