The Pittsburgh Pirates have agreed to terms on a one-year deal with right-handed pitcher A.J. Burnett for the 2015 season. The announcement was made by Pirates Executive Vice President, General Manager Neal Huntington.
Pirates General Manager Neal Huntington joined “The Fan Morning Show” Thursday to talk about the team as the MLB free agency period gets underway.
With the trade for catcher Francisco Cervelli and the uncertainty surrounding Russell Martin’s future with the Pittsburgh Pirates, many are wondering if the trade was made with the idea that the team has left the Martin sweepstakes.
The biggest issue the Pirates will face this offseason is what to do with, and whether or not they can re-sign their star catcher Russell Martin. Today though, we found out the first step the Pirates will take.
Pittsburgh Pirates General Manager Neal Huntington says the team will go way beyond their comfort level to keep Russell Martin.
With Andrew McCutchen getting beaned not once, but twice Saturday night by Milwaukee Brewers starter Matt Garza, Pirates General Manager Neal Huntington opened his weekly show talking about those plays and whether or not there was intent.
It appears the Pirates’ starting pitching rotation will welcome back a familiar face this week.
Pirates General Manager Neal Huntington joined Greg Brown Sunday for his weekly show.
The debate over the Pittsburgh Pirates profits is one that has sparked a response among the fan base for quite some time, but now a former minority owner has set the record straight about where the money goes.
Piittsburgh Pirates General Manager Neal Huntington joined Greg Brown Sunday for his weekly radio show.
The move has been talked about for months, but now the wheels of change have been put in motion as the Pittsburgh Pirates have begun working with Pedro Alvarez on a transition from playing third base to playing first.
Pirates GM Neal Huntington joined The Fan Morning Show on Thursday
Pittsburgh Pirates star centerfielder Andrew McCutchen is suffering from a fractured rib and will not be placed on the disabled list right away.
After coming up empty at the Major League Baseball trade deadline, Pirates General Manager Neal Huntington held firm to the idea that no move was the right move for his club.
“I don’t know how you wait if you’re Neal Huntington.”