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Pirates A.M. — WBC won’t change camp routine

By Rob Biertempfel BRADENTON, Fla. — Manager Clint Hurdle will not alter the camp routine for players who will soon depart for the World Baseball Classic. “We’re going to run our program,” Hurdle said. “If they feel they need something extra, we’ll work with them on it. So far, they all want to go though the regular workouts. Some of them got in work before they got...
Via Bucco Blog
14 hours ago

Hurdle keen on Bucs' 'fun' spring matchups

During the portion of Spring Training held at Pirate City, Clint Hurdle likes to stroll from field to field, observing drills and standing behind "turtle" batting cages. When the manager's around, the thinking goes, the level of intensity picks up.
Via Pirates.com
1 day ago

Hurdle, Cutch enter camp tighter than ever

Pirates manager Clint Hurdle is highly regarded for his ability to understand and communicate with players. His experience as a person, former top prospect, player, coach and manager gives him a unique, empathetic lens into their situations.
Via Pirates.com
2 days ago

Hurdle: McCutchen to bat in usual lineup spot

Andrew McCutchen will bat third this season, manager Clint Hurdle said Tuesday. Backed by supporting data and logical reasoning, the Bucs bumped McCutchen to the No. 2 spot last spring but eventually returned him to the three hole.
Via Pirates.com
5 days ago

Andrew McCutchen has great reaction on move to right field

Andrew McCutchen’s days as the regular center fielder for the Pirates are over.Since making his major league debut with Pittsburgh in 2009, McCutchen has played in 1,190 career games. He has started 1,171 of them in center field. To say the 30-year-old has been a fixture at the position would be an understatement.There had been speculation during the offseason the Pirates would...
Via Larry Brown Sports
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Clint Hurdle implies Pirates gauging interest in McCutchen

The Pittsburgh Pirates are giving more hints that Andrew McCutchen’s time with the franchise could be coming to a close. Manager Clint Hurdle admitted Wednesday that the club had to do their due diligence on listening to potential offers for players who have a year or two left on their contracts, as McCutchen does. “I’ll take it one day at a time,” Hurdle said of McCutchen’s...
Via Larry Brown Sports
November 17, 2016  |  Discuss

Pirates manager believes there will be female MLB player

As the world of baseball celebrated Jackie Robinson Day by donning No. 42 jerseys in honor of the man who broke the color barrier in Major League Baseball, Pittsburgh Pirates manager Clint Hurdle believes that more barriers will be broken in the league’s future. Prior to the start of the Pirates’ game against the Milwaukee Brewers, Hurdle stated that Jackie Robinson Day goes...
Via The Comeback
April 17, 2016  |  Discuss

Pirates manager Hurdle selling CD collection to benefit charity

Pittsburgh Pirates manager Clint Hurdle is selling over 2,300 music CDs to benefit charity. The former MLB outfielder turned manager is putting his large CD collection up for auction to benefit a local radio station (91.3 WYEP), and Prader-Willi Syndrome Association (USA). WYEP is a non-profit radio station that has served the greater Pittsburgh area for over 40 years. The stated...
Via Sportsnaut
September 18, 2015  |  Discuss

Breaking Bad Starring Clint Hurdle

There is no question the Pittsburgh Pirates were dealt a bit of a bad hand coming out of the All Star Break. The break could not have come at a worse time for what had been the hottest team in baseball throughout the first two weeks of July. Thanks to a pair of dramatic come from behind walk off wins over the Cardinals in the last two games prior to the All-Star Game the Pirates...
Via Hidden Vigorish
July 23, 2015  |  Discuss

Pittsburgh Pirates: Were 3-year Huntington/Hurdle extensions justified?, part 2

Part 2 in a 2-part series; opening image credit Sports Illustrated.  Read Part 1- weighing GM Neal Huntington’s extension- right here.  Follow me on Twitter @jim_krug After steering his 2013 Pittsburgh Pirates through a previously tumultuous August-September stretch to clinch the club’s first playoff appearance in 21 years, the club kicked off the 2014 campaign by extending...
Via isportsweb.com
April 18, 2014  |  Discuss
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