Pirates Cut Six From Major League Camp Including Cole and Irwin

  The Pittsburgh Pirates cut six players from major league camp today. The team optioned RHP Phil Irwin to Indianapolis. They also reassigned RHP Brooks Brown, RHP Gerrit Cole, LHP Kris Johnson, C Ali Solis and RHP Kyle Waldrop to minor league camp. The Spring Training tracker has been updated. There are now 43 players left in...

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Tony Sanchez and Andy Oliver Optioned to Triple-A

The Pittsburgh Pirates made their second round of cuts this morning, optioning catcher Tony Sanchez and left-handed pitcher Andy Oliver to Indianapolis. The Spring Training tracker has been updated. There are now 49 players remaining in camp.

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Minor Moves: Alex Fuselier, Erik Turgeon

Two roster updates from minor league camp today. Alex Fuselier and Erik Turgeon have both retired. Fuselier was a 21st round pick in 2011, and spent the last two years in short season A-ball. Turgeon was signed in the middle of the year last year to provide depth in Bradenton. He turns 26 later this month, and is the son of Jamestown Jammers manager Dave Turgeon.

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Pirates Cut 11 Players, Including Jameson Taillon

The Pittsburgh Pirates have made their first cuts of Spring Training. So far they have cut four players today, with those players being Hunter Strickland, Vic Black, Matt Hague, and Clint Robinson. That could be all for now, but no word on that yet. I’ll update this when more information becomes available. UPDATE 8:00 AM: Add Duke Welker and Stolmy Pimentel to the list of cuts. Nothing has been officially announced yet. There...

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Pirates Release LHP Aaron Poreda

According to Baseball America’s Matt Eddy, the Pirates have released Aaron Poreda.  Once one of the top left-handed pitching prospects in the minors, Poreda increasingly struggled with control problems and injuries.  A 2007 first-round draft pick of the White Sox, he was traded to San Diego in 2009 as part of the package for Jake Peavy, then came to the Pirates in the minor league phase of the Rule 5 draft in 2011. ...

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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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