Pirates GM Neal Huntington Ready For Season

PITTSBURGH (93-7 The FAN) — Pittsburgh Pirates general manager Neal Huntington joined Sportsradio 93-7 The Fan’s Vinnie & Cook to put the wraps on spring training and preview the season ahead.

Neal tells us how Jose Tabata, Pedro Alvarez and Neil Walker can avoid sophomore slumps, and he singles out a key member of the starting pitching staff.

Neal reminds us that turnarounds in the MLB don’t happen overnight, and he also tells us whether he’s concerned about his job status.

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  • Matt Bradfield

    Overnight?!?! This group of owners and management is truly unbelievable!!! The Pirates have been losing for 18 seasons,– 5 or 6 under the current group. They do absolutely NOTHING to be competitive !!!! All they are is a group of smart businessmen who make a nice profit for themselves and do not care about a winning team for the city or fans. I used to back the Bucs no matter what, but I am officially done buying what this current group is trying to sell.Wake up Pittsburgh!!!!

    • Nick Manning

      agree ownership is major problem, there is some talent there but they will be gone when their contracts are up

  • OWL61

    I bet a co-worker who’s from Cleveland and the bit is” who will reach 50 loses, 75 loses and the century mark first” Its going to be a good year! Charlie Morton has “Good Stuff” or was it “Great Stuff”?

  • Dorkfest

    Where were you when Sid slid??

  • chance

    I think I heard this story before…HaHa!

  • Charles

    He’s ready for the season??? They were ready for the last 19 seasons and look what happened after opening day. The Pirates will do nothing until ownership changes. The owners are businessmen who don’t care about winning unless it happens with underpaid players so they can reap even more profit without investing an additional dime. The only way to make a change is for no one to attend the games but the owners know that won’t happen. So, here we go again!

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