While infielder Phillip Evans entered camp as an afterthought among many fans of the Pittsburgh Pirates, he may get an opportunity to carve out a role for himself this season On December 17, 2019, the Pittsburgh Pirates signed infield Phillip Evans to a minor league free agent contract.
One of the biggest concerns fans have had about the Pittsburgh Pirates’ is their future at catcher. But is it truly as bad as it seems? Long term, the Pittsburgh Pirates don’t have an obvious answer at catcher.
New center fielder Jarrod Dyson will be a huge defensive upgrade over long time Pittsburgh Pirates outfielder Starling Marte in 2020. COVID-19 permitting, the Pittsburgh Pirates will kick off their abbreviated 60-game 2020 season on July 24 at Busch Stadium against the St.
Photo by Mike Carlson/MLB Photos via Getty Images Slowly but surely, the pieces of the Pittsburgh Pirates’ 2020 season are falling into place. After being waylaid by COVID-19 and forced to shut down for more than three months, players began filtering back to Pittsburgh and reporting for duty at PNC Park last week.
With the new July 24 Opening Day now just 18 days away for the Pittsburgh Pirates, what news is there to discuss coming out of summer camp? We are one day closer to the start of the 2020 Major League Baseball season.
A very durable arm in 2011 and 2012, Chris Resop was one of the Pittsburgh Pirates’ most reliable arms, even if the results weren’t the greatest What relief pitcher pitched the most innings in 2011 and 2012 for the Pittsburgh Pirates?
Photo by Mark Brown/Getty Images Brett Barnett Last year, Kevin Newman was a crucial part to the Pittsburgh Pirates’ formula. Given his production, he figured to play into the future of the organization.
Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports At the beginning of 2019, not many knew who Bryan Reynolds was. He didn’t have the high-end prospect pedigree. Fans weren’t overly eager to see him called up to the big leagues.
Could speedster center field prospect Jared Oliva make an impact for the Pittsburgh Pirates in the shortened 2020 season? As the Pittsburgh Pirates report to PNC Park to begin to prepare for the upcoming 60-game season, Jarrod Dyson will be the team’s starting center fielder.