First Pitch: 21 Reasons Why the Pirates Are Going to Have Another Good Season in 2014
Mar31

First Pitch: 21 Reasons Why the Pirates Are Going to Have Another Good Season in 2014

Every team has a weakness. Most of this off-season has been spent focusing on the big weaknesses for the Pirates — the first base spot and the fifth starter spot in the rotation. The Pirates didn’t do anything over the off-season to ease concerns about those two spots. And in the process, people continued to focus on those two positions, all while ignoring the fact that the positives on this team far out-weigh the...

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Pittsburgh Pirates Set Opening Day Roster
Mar29

Pittsburgh Pirates Set Opening Day Roster

The Pittsburgh Pirates announced that first baseman Travis Ishikawa was added to the 40 man roster, among a plethora of moves to get the Opening Day roster to the 25 man limit. As expected, catcher Chris Stewart was placed on the disabled list. Jeff Locke was also placed on the disabled list. Both moves are retroactive to March 21st. The final move was Andy Oliver being outrighted to Indianapolis. He was out of options, so he needed...

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The Pirates Rotation Has Some Red Flags, But Still Projects to Carry the Team
Mar28

The Pirates Rotation Has Some Red Flags, But Still Projects to Carry the Team

The 2014 Pittsburgh Pirates season begins on Monday when the Pirates take on the Cubs. To prepare for the start of the year, I’ll be previewing all of the position groups on the Opening Day roster.┬áHere are the previews we have so far. The Pirates Rotation Has Some Red Flags, But Still Projects to Carry the Team – READING The Pirates Won’t Have to Wait For Gregory Polanco to Have a Top Outfield Pirates Will Once...

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The Pirates Could Be Active on the Trade Market in the Next Week
Mar25

The Pirates Could Be Active on the Trade Market in the Next Week

The Pittsburgh Pirates made a big wave of cuts today, putting the Spring Training roster at 31 players. That includes Chris Stewart, who is projected to start the season on the disabled list. That leaves five more cuts remaining before Opening Day. Neal Huntington said today that the team could make the final cuts in Philadelphia over the weekend. “As hard as our decisions were last night and at the end of today, we’ve...

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Neal Huntington on Liriano, Morel, Irwin, Locke, Volquez, Bullpen
Mar21

Neal Huntington on Liriano, Morel, Irwin, Locke, Volquez, Bullpen

Neal Huntington met with the media today, following the latest round of cuts from Major League camp. Here are the notes: **Francisco Liriano is day-to-day, and continues to have a little tightness in his groin. **Brent Morel will go to Indianapolis, where he will primarily play third base. He will also get some time at first base, and will get pre-game work at second base. Huntington said that he might get in-game playing time there...

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