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Perrotto: Only One Direction Pirates, Reynolds Can Go in Contract Talks (+)



Bryan Reynolds

The Pittsburgh Pirates made a major announcement on the day of their home opener last season.

They signed third baseman Ke’Bryan Hayes to an eight-year, $70-million contract. The deal, which went into effect at the start of this season, is the most lucrative in club history.

That record is likely to be broken between now and the Pirates’ home opener on Friday when they play the Chicago White Sox at PNC Park.

Though both sides continue to haggle over the final details of a contract, the Pirates and left fielder Bryan Reynolds have come to an agreement on the financial terms of an eight-year, $106.5-million pact.

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