BRADENTON, Fla. — I’ve spent a lot of time this spring at the intersection between the popular consensus and reality when it comes to the Pittsburgh Pirates. The Pirates, as currently constructed, look to be a pretty average major-league team. The various projection systems and betting markets peg them to win somewhere around 75 games, […]
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