Francisco Liriano cites that the big reason he came back to the Pirates wasn’t exactly because of money – though the Pirates did what turned out to be a bidding war – he re-signed with the Bucs because, as he put it, “It’s like family here and we have a chance to win not only this year but for the next few years.”
Pirates pitching coach Ray Searage joined Dan Zangrilli at PirateFest to look at the staff.
In this edition of “The Pirates Hot Stove Report with Colin Dunlap,” Colin talks about the team bringing back Francisco Liriano, the news that the team is in the very early stages of contract talks with Neil Walker and answers questions from the mail bag.
Rob Biertempfel of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review joined Chris Mack on The Fan Late Shift from the Winter Meetings.
This needed to be done. The Pirates had to go out and sign Francisco Liriano.
According to CBSSports.com baseball writer Jon Heyman, the Pirates and Francisco Liriano have come to an agreement to secure Liriano’s return to the team.
Tim Williams of Pirates Prospects talked Pirates hot stove with Tab Douglas and Joe Rhoades.
In this edition of “The Pirates Hot Stove Report with Colin Dunlap,” Colin talks about the contract Francisco Liriano is looking to get on the free agent market and answers your questions from the mail bag.
Tab Douglas talked about the Pirates offseason with Bill Brink of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
In this edition of “The Pirates Hot Stove Report with Colin Dunlap,” Colin talks about the Pirates bringing back AJ Burnett, losing Russell Martin and what the future may hold for Francicso Liriano.
Harrison says he hopes Martin returns because he was a huge key to the team’s success, Harrison wins Chuck Tanner Memorial Award for his contibutions to baseball in Pittsburgh.
The Pirates today offered $15.3 million qualifying offers to two of their pending free agents in catcher Russell Martin and pitcher Francisco Liriano.
Bob Pompeani talked about the Pirates offseason with Travis Sawchik of the Tribune-Review.
The Pittsburgh Pirates’ NL Central chances were hurt when Todd Frazier had a tying two-run homer in the seventh inning and Ramon Santiago hit a grand slam in the 10th, powering the Cincinnati Reds to a 10-6 victory on Saturday.
Just barely 24-years-old and with only 40 starts in the majors, Gerrit Cole has the look of not only an ace starting pitcher, but a Pirates leader.