Arbitration Values Part 1: Paul Maholm

The Pirates reached an agreement this week with four of their six arbitration eligible players, leaving only Paul Maholm and Nate McLouth unsigned. Going in to the off-season, Pittsburgh wanted to sign each player to a long term extension, but talks broke down quickly for McLouth, and have been quiet for Maholm. All sides have now submitted offers for the 2009 season, with each player about a million dollars off what the Pirates are...

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2009 Pittsburgh Pirates Top Prospects Consensus

NOTES: 1. To get the averages, I counted every site once. The exceptions were Baseball America, Baseball Prospectus, and Minor League Ball. Baseball America and Baseball Prospectus received more weight, while Minor League Ball received half a point.2. I counted Minor League Ball half in part due to the extremely low ranking of Brad Lincoln, but also due to this comment on their site: “As usual, don’t sweat so much about where...

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2009 25-Man Roster

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Pittsburgh Pirates Payroll Commitments

For 2010 salary information, see the 2010 40-man roster and payroll projection page. NOTES: 1. All numbers in red represent club options. 2. Ryan Doumit’s 2012 and 2013 club options must be exercised at the same time, after the 2011 season. There is a $0.5 M buyout for those options. 3. Min/Arb means that a player can either be playing for the league minimum, or be arbitration eligible, depending on their major league service...

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