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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.
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.
Toronto Star Jan 13, 2016
Russell Martin doesn’t expect sophomore slump with 2016 Blue Jays: Griffin

Russell Martin doesn’t expect sophomore slump with 2016 Blue Jays: Griffin

Jays catcher has a knack for getting teams into the post-season. He did it last year in Toronto, and it’ll be interesting to see if he can continue that success this season.

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