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Early Takeaways From Pirates’ Spring Training (+)



Paul Skenes, Pittsburgh Pirates, Pirates prospects

BRADENTON, Fla. — Baseball is back. Pittsburgh Pirates’ spring training officially began when pitchers and catchers reported on Wednesday.

It’s good to see baseball activities resume at Pirate City in Bradenton after a long, cold winter in the city of Pittsburgh. I heard it was snowing back home on Friday — yikes.

It’s early, extremely early in fact. But there are still certain things that have already become clear in the few days since the start of camp.

Here are a few early takeaways for the Pittsburgh Pirates.  

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