Jared Hughes, in his third year of arbitration eligibility, will make $2,825,000 in 2017.
Drew Hutchison will make $2.3 million next season. He was arbitration-eligible for the second time.
Bill Brink and Stephen J. Nesbitt deliver a primer on each member of the Pirates’ 40-man roster.
Drew Hutchison will compete for a spot in the 2017 rotation this spring.
Schugel was a pleasant surprise for the Pirates last season.
Lisalverto Bonilla received a 40-man spot despite not pitching in the majors since 2014.
Vogelsong, 39, joined the Pirates as a free agent prior to the 2016 season.
GM Neal Huntington said he expects Kingham will contribute at the major league level this season.
Diaz will start the season at Class AAA Indianapolis as the Pirates’ No. 3 catcher.
Wade LeBlanc is one of five lefty relievers on the Pirates’ 40-man roster.
They were among 19 non-roster invitees announced Monday morning by the Pirates.
Ogando, a right-handed reliever, ended his 2016 season with seven consecutive scoreless appearances for the Marlins.
The right-hander is in the hunt for a rotation spot in 2017 but will have some tough competition.
Garcia was designated for assignment Dec. 31 to make room on the roster for right-hander Ivan Nova.
Neverauskas, a right-handed pitcher, gave up only one home run all last season.
The infielder was called up in late July and got two opportunities to pinch-hit.
Ngoepe gave up switch-hitting before the 2015 season, focusing instead on hitting from only his natural right side.
Osuna made the most of limited at-bats in major league spring training last year.
Kang will be replaced by Ha-Seong Kim, the shortstop for Nexen Heroes, Kang’s former KBO team.
The Pirates acquired Bostick in a trade with the Washington Nationals in September.
Holmes, a right-hander, was drafted by the Pirates in the ninth round in 2011.
Kang left the scene of a DUI accident after crashing into a guard rail Dec. 2.
Kang was arrested for a DUI and fleeing the scene of an accident in early December in Seoul.
The move makes room on the 40-man roster for returning pitcher Ivan Nova.
Ivan Nova passed his physical and signed a three-year, $26 million deal to remain a Pirate.
Michael Ryan will replace Joey Cora as manager as Class AA Altoona.
After being acquired from the Yankees at the trade deadline, Nova had a 3.06 ERA with the Pirates last season.
Dragmire, 23, had a 4.62 ERA in 72 innings for Class AA New Hampshire last season.
The outfielder’s 2016 season started late because of a broken orbital bone sustained during spring training.
Lindblom rejoins the Pirates after spending about a week in the organization in 2014.
Dragmire had a 4.62 ERA in 72 innings over 45 appearances for Class AA New Hampshire last season.
The Pirates brought Gary Varsho back into the organization and also added Andrew Lorraine.
“It’s not about profiting. It’s about putting together a winning team.”
Pirates teammates sure seemed please to see McCutchen at PirateFest on Saturday.
McCutchen said he and Huntington had “a really good conversation” earlier this week.
Webb, 26, had a 3.59 ERA in 36 appearances, five starts, last season for Class AAA Scranton-Wilkes Barre.
Clint Hurdle brought up moving Andrew McCutchen to an outfield corner during his exit interview.
Washington is reportedly close to adding a center fielder, and he’s not coming from Pittsburgh.
The Nationals aren’t going to offer their best outfield prospect, and even if they did that may not be enough.
“We’ve got our net wide,” Nationals GM Mike Rizzo said Tuesday.
With Chris Sale joining Rich Hill as starters now off the market, will the pace of pitching acquisitions increase?
The Pirates have listened to offers that would involve trading Andrew McCutchen and the $28.5 million he is due.
Pirates GM Neal Huntington spoke with reporters on Day 1 of the winter meetings.
The former Pirates closer gets four years and $62 million from the Giants, including $34 million in the first two years.
Jung Ho Kang will undergo a CBA-mandated assessment after his DUI arrest, his third such arrest since 2009.
MLB announced that Andrew McCutchen will play for Team USA in next year’s World Baseball Classic.
The winter meetings are underway and already some deals are complete, or almost done.
Gerrit Cole, Tony Watson and Jared Hughes are among the arbitration-eligible players tendered contracts.
Texas selected 23-year-old Dragmire off waivers before Dragmire threw a pitch in the Pirates organization.
Wade LeBlanc, a 32-year-old lefty, was eligible for arbitration but agreed to a contract for 2017 with an option.