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Saying all Pirates, current and former, are a family, Mike LaValliere is back with the club as a Spring Training Special Instructor.
The Pirates first round pick in 2013 Reese McGuire thought he was just coming over to McKechnie Field Saturday to work as a bullpen catcher, but he ended getting to pinch-hit in the major league game and doubled in his only at bat.
Pirates starter Charlie Morton threw 88 pitches giving up 3 earned runs over 6 innings as the Pirates beat Toronto 8-3 Saturday afternoon.
Clayton Richard has twice won 14 games in the majors, and signed with the Pirates hoping to resurrect his career after missing most of the 2014 season following surgery.
26-year-old Jose Tabata was among 10 re-assigned to minor-league camp today by Pirates GM Neal Huntington. Lefty reliever Bobby LaFromboise was optioned to Indianapolis.
Pirates manager Clint Hurdle says a decision is coming soon as to whether Jeff Locke or Vance Worley will fill the final job in the starting rotation.
Within hours of announcing he was getting rid of a ‘weighty issue’, over 100-thousand people viewed Pirates All-Star Andrew McCutchen’s haircut on YouTube.
It’s the sign of success, pitchers hoping the Pirates call them for a workout, whereas they may have sent that call to voicemail just a few years ago.
Pirates manager Clint Hurdle said Jung-Ho Kang will get some at bats at Pirates City with the minor leaguers, but it’s not that big of a deal.
Signed as a free agent in December, righty Radhamas Liz threw 3 scoreless innings Tuesday, with the help of three double plays. Liz has an ERA of 1.80 this Spring , giving up just 8 hits in 10 innings.
Pirates center fielder Andrew McCutchen played in his first Spring Training game since March 12th and said he will be ready to go for Opening Day in Cincinnati.
It’s not just players that bought into a belief that the Pirates would eventually change. A Pirates broadcaster was willing to move 1,451 miles to see what he referred to as a ‘great renaissance.’
He is under Pirates control, including a team option in 2021 and following a second half where he hit .348 following a stint on the disabled list, Starling Marte may be ready to break through and prove this Pirates outfield can, indeed, be compared to the 1992 group.
Pirates GM Neal Huntington has had a knack for finding bullpen help from unusual places, lefty Bobby LaFromboise is another in that group.
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