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Chris Stewart discusses contract, returning to Pirates

Chris Stewart discusses contract, returning to Pirates

Each off-season since the Pirates acquired him in December 2013, Chris Stewart has let the club know he would be interested in a multi-year contract. This winter, the Pirates took him up on it.
Pirates announce two-year extension for catcher Stewart

Pirates announce two-year extension for catcher Stewart

The Pirates made official Chris Stewart’s two-year, $3 million contract extension today, a deal that could keep the quality backup catcher in Pittsburgh through the 2018 season.
Beaver County Times Jan 17, 2016
Pirates' opening day payroll likely to come in around $98 million

Pirates' opening day payroll likely to come in around $98 million

The Pirates agreed to terms on a two-year contract with backup catcher Chris Stewart and signed their six other players eligible for salary arbitration to one-year deals.

Pirates agree to contact terms with Stewart, Locke

BRADENTON, Fla. — The Pirates on Thursday reached contract terms with catcher Chris Stewart and pitcher Jeff Locke, avoiding salary arbitration with both players, according ...
Report: Pirates, Jeff Locke avoid arbitration

Report: Pirates, Jeff Locke avoid arbitration

The Pirates and left-hander Jeff Locke agreed today on a $3.025 million salary for 2016, according to Fox Sports Ken Rosenthal, thereby avoiding arbitration.
Reports: Pirates, catcher Chris Stewart agree on two-year contract extension

Reports: Pirates, catcher Chris Stewart agree on two-year contract extension

The Pirates and backup catcher Chris Stewart have agreed to terms on a two-year contract extension with a club option for 2018, according to multiple reports.
Watson only proven left-hander in Pirates bullpen

Watson only proven left-hander in Pirates bullpen

To augment a bullpen that had the lowest ERA in baseball in 2015, the Pirates drew from myriad places: two formerly productive players who were non-tendered; a major-league deal for a young pitcher with no big-league experience; and several minor-league free agents who could contribute.
Pirates release catcher Tony Sanchez

Pirates release catcher Tony Sanchez

The Pirates officially cut ties Wednesday with former first-round pick Tony Sanchez, who last week was designated for assignment to make room for right-hander Neftali Feliz. Sanchez was given an unconditional release and is now a free agent.

Seven Pirates file for arbitration

Seven eligible Pirates officially filed for salary arbitration by today’s deadline, according to the Major League Baseball Players Association.
Interest in hiring coaches, executives flatters Pirates

Interest in hiring coaches, executives flatters Pirates

When Tyrone Brooks thinks about interest in hiring Pirates coaches and executives, he thinks back to his days with the Atlanta Braves, where he began his baseball career in 1996.

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