The Pittsburgh Pirates have agreed to terms with all 24 of their pre-arbitration players on the 40-man roster, plus Chase d'Arnaud, who agreed to terms prior to being designated for assignment. This is kind of non-news, since the process of "agreeing to terms" with these players involves the Pirates saying "this is what we're going to pay you this year". No terms have been announced, and terms don't usually come out until Opening Day, when USA Today released their team payrolls.
Here is the list of players who have agreed to terms.
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