Ben Cherington told DKPittsburghSports.com Monday that he expected to add another outfielder. Within that, he clarified it would not need to be a center fielder.
The Pirates currently do not have much depth in the outfield, projecting to start Bryan Reynolds, Gregory Polanco and Guillermo Heredia on opening day. The only other options on the 40-man roster are Jason Martin and Kevin Kramer, the latter of whom qualifies more as a utility player than a true outfielder.
They are currently short on outfield depth after trading Starling Marte to the Diamondbacks in January.
Some Pirates position players have already started to come to Bradenton, but they do not have to report until Feb. 16.