Spring Training Live Blog: Pirates vs Orioles

<p><a href=”http://www.coveritlive.com/mobile.php?option=com_mobile&task=viewaltcast&altcast_code=3b2e77b513″ >Pirates vs Orioles – 7:05...

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The battle for number two

Tomorrow’s game between the Pittsburgh Pirates and the Cincinnati Reds, two teams with seemingly nothing to play for, will actually have some meaning. The Pirates are three percentage points behind the Baltimore Orioles as the second worst team in the majors. The Washington Nationals have clinched the worst record in the majors, and the number one pick in the 2009 draft. That means a loss by the Pirates tomorrow, or a win by the...

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The Final Word on Sano

On Tuesday I wrote that the Pirates got a raw deal on Miguel Angel Sano. Since that time, two important articles have come out, revealing a lot on the negotiations. The first article was by Dejan Kovacevic of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Kovacevic recaps the entire timeline on Sano, from the time the international signing period began and the Pirates were the top bidders, all the way to the point where Kovacevic broke the news to...

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Pirates got a raw deal with Sano

UPDATE 12:56 AM: Check out this post by DK on the PBC Blog. A great recap of the entire timeline of events, including some stuff we haven’t heard already. And for those of you who feel this will hurt the Pirates in Latin America, Jorge Arangure says this will help the Pirates, as trainers and agents now know the team is willing to spend. – Miguel Angel Sano, the top prospect in the international signing period, and prime...

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Pirates Notebook: Recap on Sano News

While browsing around for notes on the status of Miguel Angel Sano, aka, Hanley Pujols, I noticed that no two media outlets had the same information. One source said the Pirates had made an offer. Another denied this. One reporter said the Orioles weren’t in on Sano. Another said they were leading the race. The only thing that was consistent was this: MLB has not concluded their age verification of Sano. Considering Sano is the...

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