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Pirates general manager Neal Huntington will explore the possibility of upgrading a few positions at MLB's winter meetings.
Pirates general manager Neal Huntington won't hesitate to go to Plan B if A.J. Burnett keeps stringing them along.
A look at some of the names the Pirates could go after this week, as well as a couple of intriguing long-shot options.
The Pirates non-tendered Jones, 32, who is now reportedly working on a contract with the Miami Marlins.
Pirates outfielder had surgery about two weeks after the season for troublesome toe.
Steelers and Pirates discussion dominate today's chat.
Would you be up for a round of golf with Penguins' Rob Scuderi? Or maybe dinner with Steelers' Bruce Gradkowski? Thuzio can make it happen.
To make room for him on the 40-man roster, the club designated Michael McKenry for assignment.
It's the final day to offer contracts to arbitration-eligible players and the Pirates have several likely to return and a couple who aren't.
Garrett Jones, 32, was eligible for arbitration for the third time and would have received a raise from his $4.5 million salary in 2013.
A look back at 2013 ... the most memorable Pittsburgh Pirates season along the three rivers in a generation.