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MLB Offseason Preview: Pittsburgh Pirates

To the surprise of very few, the Pirates were not a good baseball team in 2021. General Manager Ben Cherington will continue his rebuild of the team this offseason. Just how deep into the blow-up is Cherington willing to go? All the way? Or does he see his core starting to form? These are the big questions surrounding the team as another offseason filled with departures seems to be on its way.

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Ke'Bryan Hayes Living Up to Expectations

Ke’Bryan Hayes is Living Up to Expectations

For the majority of the 2021 season, the Pittsburgh Pirates have been without Ke’Bryan Hayes. After missing 52 games, Hayes returned to the lineup on June 3. Despite missing two months, the Pirates’ third baseman has picked up where he left off and provided a spark to the offense.

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Pittsburgh Pirates Surprise Contenders Heading Into The Second Half

Coming into the season the Pirates were expected to rebuild. In one of the best divisions in baseball, the Pirates were predicted by many to finish fourth. So far, they have battled seemingly never-ending injuries and surpassed expectations. Over the last past two weeks, they faced teams currently in the playoff picture and excelled. With a lot of baseball left, this team is in a good position to succeed in a division still up for grabs.

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Kevin Newman Is Becoming A Key Piece In Pittsburgh

Coming into the 2019 season Kevin Newman had a lot to prove to the Pittsburgh Pirates. Newman made his MLB debut last year but struggled mightily at the plate. In ninety-one at-bats the former first-round pick hit .209 with little power. While it is not uncommon for rookies to struggle it was not what the Pirates were hoping for with their infield in flux. After an unimpressive spring training camp, the California native entered the season as a bench player. That, however, seems like a distant memory as this season he has been one of the Pirates best players.

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MLB Offseason Preview: Pittsburgh Pirates

To the surprise of very few, the Pirates were not a good baseball team in 2021. General Manager Ben Cherington will continue his rebuild of the team this offseason. Just how deep into the blow-up is Cherington willing to go? All the way? Or does he see his core starting to form? These are the big questions surrounding the team as another offseason filled with departures seems to be on its way.

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Ke'Bryan Hayes Living Up to Expectations
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Ke’Bryan Hayes is Living Up to Expectations

For the majority of the 2021 season, the Pittsburgh Pirates have been without Ke’Bryan Hayes. After missing 52 games, Hayes returned to the lineup on June 3. Despite missing two months, the Pirates’ third baseman has picked up where he left off and provided a spark to the offense.

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Phillip Evans is Becoming a Key Bat for Pittsburgh

When the 2021 season began, the Pirates were expecting Ke’Bryan Hayes to lead the offense. So far, Hayes has only appeared in two games due to a wrist injury. One player who has stepped up is Phillip Evans, who can’t stop hitting.

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Pittsburgh Pirates Surprise Contenders Heading Into The Second Half

Coming into the season the Pirates were expected to rebuild. In one of the best divisions in baseball, the Pirates were predicted by many to finish fourth. So far, they have battled seemingly never-ending injuries and surpassed expectations. Over the last past two weeks, they faced teams currently in the playoff picture and excelled. With a lot of baseball left, this team is in a good position to succeed in a division still up for grabs.

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Kevin Newman Is Becoming A Key Piece In Pittsburgh

Coming into the 2019 season Kevin Newman had a lot to prove to the Pittsburgh Pirates. Newman made his MLB debut last year but struggled mightily at the plate. In ninety-one at-bats the former first-round pick hit .209 with little power. While it is not uncommon for rookies to struggle it was not what the Pirates were hoping for with their infield in flux. After an unimpressive spring training camp, the California native entered the season as a bench player. That, however, seems like a distant memory as this season he has been one of the Pirates best players.

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