1. Corey Hart Suffers Weird Hot Tub Injury

    After fracturing his shoulder getting out of a swimming pool, Ronald Belisario was the leader in the clubhouse for the weirdest offseason/spring injury in Major League Baseball in 2015...

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  2. Hurdle on Pirates' Evolving Culture

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  3. Pirates: "Jihadi John" Wearing Team's Hat In Photo "Absolutely Sickening"

    LONDON (KDKA/AP) – Prime Minister David Cameron said Friday that Britain's intelligence services do a good job and make “incredibly difficult judgment.....

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  4. Pirates notebook: Nutting expects club to win division title

    With his club coming off back-to-back postseason appearances, chairman Bob Nutting expects the Pirates to win the NL Central this season.....

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  5. Report: PIT Considering High Salary to Keep McCutchen

    BRADENTON, Fla. — When Miami Marlins outfielder Giancarlo Stanton signed his $325 million contract in the offseason, it shook the financial landscape of baseball.....

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  6. 5 Bold Predictions for the 2015 Pirates

    Having followed up 20 years of losing records with back-to-back playoff appearances, the Pirates enter 2015 as a team that everyone now knows is a contender, as 2013 was no fluke...

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  7. 6-Man Rotation Could Make Sense for Pittsburgh Pirates in 2015

    With the increasing number of arm injuries to pitchers in baseball, talks of possibly going to a six-man rotation instead of the usual five have heated up...

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  8. Pirates Reliever Bastardo Looks to Bounce Back

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  9. Pirates Notebook: Team Has Big Plans for Newcomer Kang

    BRADENTON, Fla. — Infielder Jung Ho Kang will begin his big league career as a utility player, but the Pirates do not plan on him staying in that role forever...

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  10. No Longer Broken, Hart Feels He Can Win a Spot with Pirates

    BRADENTON, Fla. -- A boisterous fan who regularly sits in the upper level behind home plate at PNC Park had to be thrilled when the Pirates signed Corey Hart as a free agent in December...

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  11. Not Big on Utility, Harrison Earns Top Billing at Third

    BRADENTON, Fla. -- During Josh Harrison's first three nomadic seasons, as he went about changing positions more often than a yoga instructor, Pirates manager Clint Hurdle went out ...

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  12. Bucs Ready to Prove They Have Best OF in Baseball

    BRADENTON, Fla. — The Pirates will open the season with three outfielders who all should be in place for the next several years...

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  13. Pirates Notebook: Team Has Big Plans for Newcomer Kang

    BRADENTON, Fla. — Infielder Jung Ho Kang will begin his big league career as a utility player, but the Pirates do not plan on him staying in that role forever. Read more: http://triblive...

    James Wrabel Written by James Wrabel about 7 days ago 106 reads 0 comments

  14. Pirates Studying Success of NBA's Warriors

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  15. Burnett Back in the Only Place He Wanted to Pitch

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  16. Cervelli hungry to learn all he can for everyday gig

    BRADENTON, Fla. -- As Francisco Cervelli was getting dressed to leave Pirate City early Friday afternoon, infielder Jung Ho Kang was on his way out of the clubhouse...

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  17. Cole's Grounded Attitude on Display as Camp Begins

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  18. Filled with 'Pride,' Alvarez Upbeat About Shift to First Base

    BRADENTON, Fla. — The stress fracture in Pedro Alvarez's left foot has completely healed, Alvarez said today, and he is “very positive” about moving to first base...

    Kevin Conti Written by Kevin Conti about 11 days ago 33 reads 0 comments

  19. Pedro Alvarez Beats Pirates in Arbitration Case

    Pedro Alvarez has defeated the Pirates in his arbitration case and will make $5.75 million next season as a result, Colin Dunlap tweets...

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  20. Alvarez Wins Arbitration Case Against Pirates

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  21. Kang Hopes to Succeed for Bucs, Korean Baseball

    BRADENTON, Fla. -- The Pirates will spend most of this spring trying to figure out exactly what they have in Jung Ho Kang. Pirates fans likely will do the same, watching their new infielder closely throughout Spring Training...

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  22. Liriano on Staying with Bucs: 'Feels Like Home Here'

    BRADENTON, Fla. -- Francisco Liriano briefly considered taking the $15.3 million qualifying offer, he said this morning at Pirate City. But after talking with his wife, he decided to wait for a three-year deal...

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  23. 5th Starter, 'Pen Roles Up for Grabs at Pirates Camp

    Trucks roll. Lawnmowers rev. And here at pirates.com, we count down to Spring Training '15 with a series of quick shots looking at issues facing the Bucs at the dawn of a new season...

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  24. Kang 'Very Excited' About Opening Market for Korean Players

    Jung-ho Kang became the first position player in history from the Korean Baseball Organization to join an MLB club after the 27-year-old signed a four-year, $11-million deal with the Pittsburgh Pirates in January...

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  25. Pirates Infielder Kang Has Two-Fold Purpose in Playing in United States

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