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PBN Around the Horn: The Pirates Have Used How Many Players?

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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.

Since the Pirates have an off day in San Diego today, we have to make todays Around the Horn a little different than usual. Let’s take a look at some of the more interesting tidbits after the conclusion of the Colorado Rockies series. 

  • Derek Shelton- is two wins away from his 100th win as a manager. So far, in the 267 games Shelton has managed, he amassed a 98-167 record. It’s tough to win games during the rebuilding years, but I guess it is what it is.
  • Josh VanMeter- is batting a .300/.333/.550 slash line in his last seven games. VanMeter has six hits, three RBIs, and three strikeouts in 20 at-bats. VanMeter may be the guy you love to hate, but he is producing as of late.  
  • The Pirates- have used more than 42 different players a little more than a quarter of the way through the season. Five of those different players have been catchers.

UPDATE (10:37 a.m.) Former Pirate Anthony Alford has signed a $577 thousand deal to play in the Korean baseball league.

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