Pirates Spring Training 2018: Feb. 19 News And NotesA bandage has been ripped off. And now the wounds of a difficult offseason can start to scab over and heal, as baseball was once again the focus during the first Full Squad workouts at Pirate City.
Pirates Spring Training 2018: Feb. 18 News And NotesA disgruntled second baseman, a frightened but thankful catcher, and a somewhat naïve general manager walk into camp…
Pirates Spring Training 2018: Feb. 17 News And NotesGregory Polanco and Adam Frazier arrived just in time for Day 4 of workouts at Pirate City, and both talked about expectations going into the first season of baseball in Pittsburgh without Andrew McCutchen in a decade.
Pirates Spring Training 2018: Feb. 16 News And NotesDay 3 of Pitchers & Catchers was all set to be another “some guys pitched, some guys took infield, and then there was batting practice” kind of Spring Training Groundhog Day. Then David Freese went in on everyone.
Dunlap: Hurdle’s Message Nice, But A Bit OffColin Dunlap believes Pittsburgh Pirates manager Clint Hurdle meant well in what he said, but he should have dialed it back a little bit.
Pirates Extend Manager Hurdle, GM Huntington Through 2021The architect of the Pittsburgh Pirates' renaissance and the man who helped guide the team to three straight playoff berths are sticking around.
Dunlap: Hurdle The Safe Play For PiratesThe Pirates signed manager Clint Hurdle to an extension that will keep him in Pittsburgh through the 2021 season. For Colin Dunlap, it's a logical move.
Report: Clint Hurdle Extends Pirates Contract Through 2021Pittsburgh Pirates Manager Clint Hurdle has reportedly agreed to a four-year contract extension.
Former GM Jim Bowden: 'This Is The Way It's Always Going To Be'Bowden tells Cook and Poni that that the Pirates are in a tough economic infrastructure that makes it difficult to compete.
Dunlap: How Long For Clint Hurdle?Here’s one for you as it pertains to the future of Pirates manager Clint Hurdle … I could see it going either way and, in truth, wouldn’t have a problem whichever way the Pirates decided to go.
Bob Walk: Cutch Will Be The Old Hitter For Rest Of SeasonPirates broadcaster Bob Walk joined "The Fan Morning Show" on Wednesday and said that the slump is over and the old Cutch hitter is back.
Pirates Remove Tony Watson As CloserIt was just a matter of days ago that Clint Hurdle threw his support behind Tony Watson coming off a blown save against the Orioles.

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