It has been 10 years since Lanny Frattare, the longest-tenured announcer in franchise history, has broadcast a Pirates game.
Jameson Taillon is already looking forward to 2019 and sharpening his slider after having a breakout season with the Pirates.
The Pirates plan to contend in 2019 but, to do so, they will have to navigate quite a gauntlet in the National League Central.
A strong rotation could be the basis of a contending team in Pittsburgh in 2019 -- if the Pirates can fix some of their other issues.
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Acquiring left-handed relief pitchers admittedly has been one of Neal Huntington's weak points during his tenure as the Pirates' general manager.
Adam Frazier is expected to be the Pirates' primary second baseman next season, but he could open the year in right field because of Gregory Polanco's injury.
Rick Eckstein felt he was a "good fit" shortly into his first conversation with Pirates' management.
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Corey Dickerson has a freshly minted Gold Glove on his mantle. Whether he will have a contract extension to go with it is another matter.
The Pirates will look to lay the groundwork for a potential trade for an outfielder at the General Managers' Meetings this week.
The 29-year-old was named to the Gold Glove team Sunday night following a season in which he made only one error in 124 games and 266 total chances.
Rick Eckstein is getting his second chance to be a major league hitting coach after being hired by the Pirates to replace Jeff Branson.
The Pirates hired Rick Eckstein as their hitting coach on Friday.
The projection of when Gregory Polanco will be able to play in 2019 varies widely.
The Pirates' number of players eligible for arbitration fell to three as catcher Ryan Lavarnway was dropped from the 40-man roster and elected free agency.
The Pirates' middle infield figures to have a decidedly different look in 2019, now that Jordy Mercer and Josh Harrison have hit free agency.