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Jonathan Sanchez just informed the media that he has made the team as a starter. More to come.
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Poor Audris Rijo. The girlfriend of Pittsburgh Pirates pitcher Jonathan Sanchez had a rough Sunday night on the Univision reality show, Nuestra Belleza Latina 2013. Word of naked Rijo photos has rocked the reality show and sent viewers into a frenzy to find the goods.
(We know, because thousands of Internet users were flocking last night to BC.)
It was announced right here last year...
The Pirates have to make a decision on Jonathan Sanchez.
Today is the deadline for the Pittsburgh Pirates to make a decision on left-hander Jonathan Sanchez. Sanchez wants to be a starter, and the Pirates have to either add him to the active roster, or grant him his release. Coincidentally, he’s also scheduled to start today. With the current makeup of the team, there should be...
The Pittsburgh Pirates told left-hander Jonathan Sanchez and third baseman Brandon Inge they will make the team's opening day roster.
The pair, signed to minor league contracts as free agents, would have been able to opt out of their deals if they hadn't been told by Tuesday they will be added to the 40-man roster.
Sanchez, a left-hander, will move into the No. 4 spot in...
Michael Sanserino is tweeting out a bunch of news today, but the most important points are here: Jonathan Sanchez has made the Pirates' rotation and Brandon Inge will make the Pirates' roster, though he may open the season on the disabled list. I've talked quite a bit about Sanchez already, particularly in yesterday's post about the rotation. There's some room...
Charlie Morton could be a candidate for the 60-day disabled list, which would clear a spot on the 40-man roster.
The Pirates committed roster spots to Jonathan Sanchez and Brandon Inge today, which means they will eventually have to create spots on the 40-man roster for each player. Both players were Article XX-B free agents, which means the team had until today to either commit...
Jeff Karstens was scratched today with soreness.
Jeff Karstens was originally scheduled to make a start today against the Baltimore Orioles. Instead he was scratched and will be replaced by Chris Leroux. Prior to this, Karstens had yet to throw more than two innings in a start, and the season is a week away.
The reaction that I’ve seen so far is that this will open up the competition...