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PBN Around The Horn: Five Things To Look out For During the Offseason



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Welcome to the PBN Around the Horn. Here you’ll find news and notes from across Major League Baseball, your Pittsburgh Pirates, and around the Sports Now network.


UPDATE 12:35 p.m. Baseball America has reported that minor league players are now no longer responsible for leases, the teams are.

Depression hits hard, but motivation hits back even harder. Welcome back to the rebirth of Around the Horn, and thank you for your patience. Today we are going to give you five things to think about and watch out for during the off-season

  1. All of the Winter League prospects the Pirates sent over
  2. The conclusion of the Arizona Fall League
  3. The current CBA talks 
  4.  Potential trade partners to bolster the minors even more
  6. BONUS: Who will be the Tyler Anderson type signing?

Pittsburgh Baseball Now Notes

Latest CBA News

Which Prospects to Protect in the Rule 5 Draft

Pirates Prospects Notes

The esteemed John Dreker drew the duty of covering the most recent AFL (Arizona Fall League) game on Wednesday. The game was highlighted by a very strong performance from a Pirate pitcher. You can find it all out in the daily AFL recap. 

Around the Network 

Steelers Now: Steeler Injury Updates For Wednesday

Pittsburgh Hockey Now: Judging the Penguins 3 Roster Needs

Pittsburgh Sports Now: Carolina Panthers Pegged to Land Pickett in Latest Mock Draft

WVU Sports Now: WVU BB: Expect More Playing Time From Freshmen 

Nittany Sports Now: PSU FB Lands on 4-Star Recruit’s Shortlist


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