I can't believe that Ohlendorf won that arbitration hearing. Now, he did play a lot better than his 1-11 record shows, but still, that is a BIG raise for a player of his caliber.
Just checked at BR.
League Average ERA's 2010
Ohlendorf-4.07, $2,025,000 MLB average=$3,014,572
MLB average ERA= 1mil under league average pay.
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Crash: Shut up!
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[BREAKINGNEWS]The Pirates traded infielder Jim Negrych to the Marlins for catcher Carlos Paulino.[/BREAKINGNEWS]
Originally Posted by MLBTradeRumors
Today the Pirates placed the following players on the 15-day disabled list:
Jose Ascanio (rehabbing from right shoulder surgery)
Chris Snyder (low back stiffness)
Brad Lincoln (right forearm contusion)
Scott Olsen (left shoulder inflammation)
The club has also designated pitcher Ramon Aguero for assignment to make room on the 40-man roster for RHP Jose Veras.
Also, infielder Josh Rodriguez has changed uniform number from No. 7 to No. 10.
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The Pirates today signed right-handed relief pitcher Tim Wood to a minor league deal. He will not be placed on the club's 40-man roster.[/BREAKINGNEWS]
Originally Posted by Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
[BREAKINGNEWS]The Pirates announced that they released RHP Craig Hansen, a former first rounder who was part of the 2008 Jason Bay trade. [/BREAKINGNEWS]
With the release of Hansen, Bryan Morris is the only player remaining from the Jason Bay trade. Brandon Moss, Andy LaRoche, and Craig Hansen have all been released with the Pirates getting nothing in return.
SO BASICALLY: Pirates get: Bryan Morris (...who?) Red Sox get: ALL-STAR JASON BAY
(insert one of my many recycled Pirates management rants here).
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