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Neal Huntington: Pirates Are More Talented Than Most People ThinkPittsburgh Pirates General Manager Neal Huntington joined "The Fan Morning Show" on Friday to discuss the team's offseason moves and the upcoming 2016 season.
Clint Hurdle 'Relishes' Tough NL Central CompetitionWith pitchers and catchers reporting in just three weeks, Pirates manager Clint Hurdle joined The Starkey and Mueller Show to talk about expectations for the upcoming season.
Report: Nutting Wants McCutchen To Be A Pirate For LifeIt seems like since the day Andrew McCutchen signed his 6-year, $51.5 million contract, there has been talk about the Pirates signing him to another mega-deal once this one expires.
Chris Stewart Agrees To $3 Million, 2-Year Deal With PiratesCatcher Chris Stewart and the Pittsburgh Pirates have agreed to a $3 million, two-year contract that avoids salary arbitration, a deal that includes a 2018 club option.
Report: Pirates To Extend Catcher Chris StewartComing off a year in which he hit .298 while appearing in 58 games and backing up starting catcher Francisco Cervelli, Chris Stewart has agreed on a new deal with the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Top Pittsburgh Pirates Headlines Of 2015As the calendar changes to 2016, here’s a look back at some of the top stories about the Pittsburgh Pirates last year.
Sean Rodriguez: Jung Ho Kang Should Exceed Expectations AgainPittsburgh Pirates utility man Sean Rodriguez joined "The Fan Morning Show" to talk about what lies ahead for his teammates and him in 2016.
Report: Pirates Re-Signing Sean RodriguezAs first reported by Jerry Crasnick of ESPN.com, the Pirates are bringing back utilityman Sean Rodriguez.
Clint Hurdle On Morton Trade, Team's OffseasonPirates manager Clint Hurdle joined Colin Dunlap at PirateFest to talk about the Charlie Morton trade and the Pirates offseason.
Niese: Excited To Come To PittsburghNew Pirates pitcher Jon Niese joined Chris Mack Saturday.
Neil Walker: Proud To Be From Pittsburgh, Proud To Be Part Of Pirates ResurgenceNeil Walker talks about being traded by the Pirates on The Fan Morning Show
Alvarez Non-Tendered By Pirates, Becomes Free AgentThe Pirates, who had nine players who were arbitration eligible, have decided to let go of Pedro Alvarez.

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