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.
Russell Martin played his way out of Pittsburgh. It really is that simple.
Catcher Russell Martin is reportedly signing with the Toronto Blue Jays.
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.
Pittsburgh Pirates second baseman is keeping busy this off-season, but that doesn’t mean he’s not already thinking ahead to the next baseball season.
As the rumors continue to fly about whether Russell Martin will be coming back to the Pirates, there are reports of a trade tonight with the New York Yankees.
There have been times the Pirates have stumbled on their own feet.
Russell Martin’s management team has confirmed to KDKA-TV that they have officially rejected the Pirates’ $15.3 million qualifying offer.
Reports earlier this week hinted that the Chicago Cubs had serious interest in free agent catcher Russell Martin, and now word has surfaced that the Cubs have already met with Martin and are pulling out all the stops in courting him.
Pirates manager Clint Hurdle joined “The Fan Morning Show” Thursday to put a wrap on the Bucs’ 2014 season and to look ahead the team’s future.
In this edition of “The Pirates Hot Stove Report with Colin Dunlap,” Colin talks about the Pirates’ qualifying offers to Russell Martin and Francisco Liriano and which teams will be suitors for Martin’s services.
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 offered catcher Russell Martin a $15.3 million qualifying offer on Monday, and today he is in high demand.
The Pirates today offered $15.3 million qualifying offers to two of their pending free agents in catcher Russell Martin and pitcher Francisco Liriano.