Pirates Agree to Terms With Their League Minimum Players

In what is somewhat of a formality, the Pittsburgh Pirates have agreed to terms with 26 players on their 40-man roster. The players, who are listed below, are all 0-3 players. This means they have 0-3 years of major league service. Players with 0-3 years of service are paid close to the league minimum, at whatever amount the team decides. No terms have been announced yet. The Players Black, Vic d’Arnaud, Chase Gomez, Jeanmar...

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Pirates Sign Jose Contreras

The Pittsburgh Pirates have signed right-handed pitcher Jose Contreras on a minor league deal, with an invitation to Spring Training. He will report to Pirates training camp on Sunday. The 41-year-old native of Cuba had off-season elbow surgery and will be rehabbing during Spring Training. Contreras has a 78-67 career record in 292 games, 175 of those as a starter. The ten-year veteran has pitched for the Yankees, Rockies, White Sox...

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Hurdle Officially Extended Through 2014

The Pittsburgh Pirates have officially confirmed the news we heard yesterday about the contract extension for manager Clint Hurdle. He is now signed through the 2014 season and the club holds an option for the 2015 season. His contract was due to expire at the end of this year. Under Hurdle, the Pirates have gone 151-173 over the last two seasons, with the club winning 79 games last year. No financial terms were released. Hurdle had...

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Pirates To Extend Hurdle Through 2014

According to Rob Biertempfel on Twitter, the Pittsburgh Pirates will extend the contract of manager Clint Hurdle through the 2014 season, with an option for 2015. #Pirates will extend Hurdle thru 2014 with option for 2015 — Rob Biertempfel (@BiertempfelTrib) February 18, 2013   UPDATE 12:29 PM According to Bill Brink, the Pirates are expected to announce the extension sometime this week. UPDATE 1:28 PM Biertempfel has said...

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Pirates Sign A Minor League Catcher

In addition to the roster moves from earlier this afternoon, Baseball America has announced that the Pittsburgh Pirates have signed catcher Devin Ivany to a minor league deal. Like the two earlier moves, Ivany is strictly on a minor league deal, with no invite to Spring Training. The 30-year-old catcher has spent his entire career in the minors, and hasn’t played above Double-A. Last year he hit for a .212/.266/.333 line in 156...

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Pirates Add Two Minor League Free Agents

According to the minor league free agent tracker on Baseball America, the Pittsburgh Pirates have added two minor league free agents. The new additions are outfielder Brett Carroll and right-handed pitcher Roman Colon. Carroll had previous been with the Washington Nationals, and elected free agency this off-season. In 288 career at-bats in the majors he has a .201/.280/.319 line. The 30-year old will probably serve as organizational...

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