Offseason Moves Pittsburgh Pirates Should Have Made Going into 2014

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Offseason Moves Pittsburgh Pirates Should Have Made Going into 2014
John Bazemore/Associated Press

With the 2014 Major League Baseball regular season well under way, the Pittsburgh Pirates have fallen well below the .500 mark, starting the season 18-25.  

The Pirates lack the type of offensive production that consistently wins ballgames, as well as the pitching needed to shut down opposing batters.  

There are a number of moves that the Pirates could have made prior to the start of the regular season, yet they chose not to partake.  

Let's take a look at four key moves the Pirates organization is probably wishing it had made during the offseason.  

 

All statistics courtesy of Baseball Reference and MLB.com.

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