The Pirates have re-signed Eliecer Navarro.

The Pittsburgh Pirates have re-signed two minor league free agents, according to Baseball America's latest minor league transactions. The two players who were re-signed were Eliecer Navarro and Andy Vasquez.

Navarro had a strong season with Bradenton, putting up a 2.86 ERA as a starter in 69.1 innings, with an 8.0 K/9 and a 1.7 BB/9. He's got great off-speed stuff, and he's left-handed, which is going to lead to great results in A-ball. The numbers weren't strong for Navarro in Double-A, with a 4.52 ERA in 75.2 innings, along with a 6.5 K/9 and a 4.2 BB/9 ratio. He should return as upper level rotation depth.

Vasquez spent last season getting time off Altoona's bench. He had a .248/.293/.344 line in 262 at-bats. He's only an organization...

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