Pirates Sign 24th Round Pick Tyler Gaffney

The Pittsburgh Pirates announced the signing of their 24th round pick from the 2012 draft, outfielder Tyler Gaffney out of Standford. Gaffney hit .245 with 10 doubles, one triple, two home runs, 17 RBI and 48 runs scored as a junior this year at Stanford University. He made a total of 30 starts in left field, 16 in center field and four as the designated hitter for the Cardinals. Gaffney will join the State College...

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Minor Moves: Kyle Cofield Released, Joan Montero Promoted

A few roster moves throughout the minors today. **Jose Morales has been placed on the temporary inactive list due to the birth of his child. Milver Reyes has been activated from the Altoona disabled list and sent to Indianapolis to replace him. **Altoona has released right handed pitcher Kyle Cofield. **Logan Kensing has been activated off the Altoona disabled list. **Joan Montero has been promoted from State College to West Virginia....

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Pirates Release Miles Durham

The Pittsburgh Pirates have released outfielder Miles Durham, per an Altoona Curve press release. Durham was released to create room for recently added Oscar Tejeda, who was claimed off of waivers yesterday. Durham was hitting for a .259/.316/.415 line in 135 at-bats. The 29-year-old was in his fourth season in Double-A.

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Pirates Sign Jimmy Rider

The Pittsburgh Pirates have signed 26th round pick Jimmy Rider, per a team press release. Rider, a senior from Kent State, didn’t sign initially due to his team playing in the College World Series. He was drafted as a second baseman, and will likely go to State College. In his senior year at Kent State, Rider hit for a .361/.434/.532 line in 252 at-bats.

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Pirates Claim Oscar Tejeda, DFA Doug Slaten

The Pittsburgh Pirates have claimed infielder/outfielder Oscar Tejeda off waivers from the Boston Red Sox, and have designated left-hander Doug Slaten for assignment. Tejeda has been assigned to Double-A. Tejeda is a 22-year-old who is hitting for a .262/.294/.396 line in 202 at-bats in Double-A this year. Last year in Double-A he hit for a .249/.297/.339 line in 457 at-bats. Coming in to the year Baseball America had him rated as the...

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Shairon Martis Traded to the Twins

UPDATE 2:00 PM: I just spoke with Neal Huntington, who said the deal was more about finding Martis a better opportunity. Looking at the Twins’ pitching situation, I think Martis would have a better shot there than in Pittsburgh, where he was in Double-A, with a lot of options in Triple-A. UPDATE 1:29 PM: I’ve just confirmed that the return for Martis will be a player to be named later or cash. 10:44 AM: The Pittsburgh...

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