Cutch is back. There isn't an argument anymore. After the loss of Marte with his 80 game PED suspension, McCutchen was plugged back into center field. He made the most of his opportunity. Over the course of the Cardinals series, Cutch showed a fire that was missing most of
Last week wasn't the best, but there's things to learn from it.
The rotation is good.
With the exception of Glasnow (although his control looks better today with 7 Ks and 2 BB) and the shaken Cole (his first two starts) the rotation is looking solid. Taillon is a monster
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Well, the longer I put it off won't make it go away, so let's go over the positives and negatives of yesterday's game.
David Freese looks to still be a good third baseman. He makes the Kang situation hurt a little bit less.
Josh Bell may have only
Can OF Andrew McCutchen bounce back from a disappointing 2016 to help the Pirates compete in the NL Central?
The “Predict” series continues this week with the Pirates’ opening day starters. Let’s get started:
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Catcher: Francisco Cervelli
2016: .264/.377/.322 1 HR 33 RBIs 326 AB
When healthy, Cervelli is an above average hitter and great pitch framer. He gets the job done and that’s exactly what the Pirates need. Stewart will
Now that spring training is underway, I’ve decided to try and predict what the Pirates’ starting rotation will end up being at the start of the season. Let’s get to it:
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This one’s a no-brainer. Cole, when healthy, has shown top of
It is November and Donald Trump has just been elected President of the United States, but there happen to be a few more things going on in the world. So, if you'd like, take a look below at some of the most recent rumors throughout baseball.
11/08/16 Report: The New York Mets have
The Arizona Fall League features many of the biggest prospects from all 30 MLB teams. Scouts from all 30 teams were in attendance to see the future of professional baseball take center stage.
The East Lineup (* - Denotes MLB club's #1 prospect according to MLB.com)
SS Franklin Barreto (A's)*
The MLB Offseason has officially started, and below are a list of the Free Agents you might be hearing about.
Atlanta Braves (3): Bonifacio, Emilio; O'Flaherty, Eric; Pierzynski, A.J.
Arizona Diamondbacks (2): Hudson, Dan; Weeks, Rickie
Baltimore Orioles (10): Alvarez, Pedro; Bourn, Michael; Duensing, Brian; Hunter, Tommy; Ondrusek, Logan; Pearce, Steve; Reimold, Nolan;