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After another disastrous start, the Pirates have designated for assignment starting pitcher Wandy Rodriguez.
Tony Sanchez’s tiebreaking single scored Starling Marte in the bottom of the seventh to give the Pittsburgh Pirates the lead for good and the Pirates edged Baltimore 9-8 on Wednesday night.
Wehner says the team is in a horrible rut right now in all phases of the game.
Steve Pearce had three hits and two RBIs in his return to the Orioles, and Baltimore beat the skidding Pittsburgh Pirates 5-1 Thursday in a doubleheader opener.
Spring training games don’t count for stats or standings, but crazy stuff still happens.
Henry Urrutia, who defected from Cuba last year, will likely platoon at DH for the Orioles.
News came out last week that Philadelphia Phillies General Manager Ruben Amaro no longer was interested in trying to sign former Pirates Starter AJ Burnett, but that all changed last night as reports have surfaced that multiple teams are currently negotiating with Burnett, and the Phillies are one of them.
As the Pirates wait to hear back from starter AJ Burnett about whether or not he intends on playing again in 2014 or retiring to spend time with his family, the Baltimore Orioles find themselves in the same situation as they have identified Burnett as their top target remaining on the market.
The Pirates today announced the signing of 31-year-old outfielder Chris Dickerson to a minor league deal which also includes an invitation to Major League spring training as a non-roster player.
Both the Baltimore Orioles and the Pittsburgh Pirates are enjoying quality seasons midway through this year. With each team presenting a legitimate threat to make the playoffs in their respective leagues, the question is, which is most likely to achieve that goal?