PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — Just a few weeks ago, the Pirates resigned third baseman Josh Harrison to a long-term deal.

Now, reports are surfacing that Gregory Polanco may have been close to inking a similar deal in the off-season.

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Igor Mello of CBS Sports writes that the Pirates and Polanco came within $1 million of agreeing to terms on a seven-year contract before the start of the season.

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The deal stalled over three team options that were said to be worth $11 to $13 million.

Read more here.

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