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Title: Pittsburgh Pirates
Post by: ProFSL on July 01, 2009, 04:03:15 PM
Pittsburgh Pirates :PIT:
Last Updated: 7/29/20
General Manager: Colby
ProFSL ID: Colby (;u=1)

Team Budget (2020-2025)
Base Salary: $45.5m$41.5m$30m$26.5m$16m$16m
Cash Add-ons (near bottom of page): $28.5m$4m$0m$0m$0m$0m
MiLB Uncounted MiLB Salary: $10m$10m$10m$10m$10m$10m
Total salary on Books: $64m$35.5m$20m$16.5m$6m$6m
Salary Caps by Year: $70.5m$70m$70m$70m$70m$70m
Cap Room by Year: $6.5m$34.5m$50m$53.5m$64m$64m
*Note that 2020-2021 salary caps are set in stone, future caps are estimates

Roster (34/40 players, cash add-ons below)
C France, Ty, $0.5m (P-2022)$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m
C Hicks, John, $0.5m (P-2020)$0.5m
C Knapp, Andrew, $0.5m (P-2020)$0.5m
CI Alonso, Yonder, $1.5m (2021), signed 7/28/20$1.5m$1.5m
CI Davidson, Matt, $0.5m (P-2020)$0.5m
CI Dixon, Brandon, $0.5m (P-2021)$0.5m$0.5m
CI Mojica, Alexander, $0.5m (P-n/a)$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m
CI O'Hearn, Ryan, $0.5m (P-2022)$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m
CI Olson, Matt, $0.5m (P-2020)$0.5m
CI Spanberger, Chad, $0.5m (P-n/a)$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m
MI Goins, Ryan, $0.5m (2020)$0.5m
MI Lowrie, Jed, $2.5m (2021)$2.5m$2.5m
MI Maitan, Kevin, $0.5m (2025)$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m
MI Mendick, Danny, $0.5m (P-n/a)$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m
OF Brinson, Lewis, $0.5m (P-2021)$0.5m$0.5m
OF Conforto, Michael, $5m (2023)$5m$5m$5m$5m
OF Haniger, Mitch, $0.5m (P-2020)$0.5m
OF Martin, Jason, $0.5m (P-n/a)$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m
OF Pillar, Kevin, $5.5m (2023)$5.5m$5.5m$5.5m$5.5m
OF Quinn, Roman, $0.5m (P-2021)$0.5m$0.5m
OF Raley, Luke, $0.5m (P-n/a)$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m
SP Emanuel, Kent, $0.5m (P-n/a)$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m
SP Graves, Brett, $0.5m (P-n/a)$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m
SP Lambert, Peter, $0.5m (P-2022)$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m
SP Milone, Tom, $1m (2021), signed 7/28/20$1m$1m
SP Montgomery, Mike, $2m (2022)$2m$2m$2m
SP Puk, AJ, $0.5m (P-n/a)$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m
SP Rodriguez, Yerry, $0.5m (P-n/a)$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m
SP Sanchez, Anibal, $4.5m (2021)$4.5m$4.5m
SP Skoglund, Eric, $0.5m (P-n/a)$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m
SP Tate, Dillon, $0.5m (P-n/a)$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m
SP Williams, Trevor, $0.5m (P-2020)$0.5m
SP Woodruff, Brandon, $0.5m (P-2021)$0.5m$0.5m
SP-RP Conley, Adam, $0.5m (2020)$0.5m
MiLB: Minor League Roster (20/20 players)
C Bins, Carter, $0.5m (P-n/a)$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m
C Langeliers, Shea, $0.5m (P-n/a)$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m
CI Gray, Seth, $0.5m (P-n/a)$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m
CI Kreidler, Ryan, $0.5m (P-n/a)$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m
CI Triolo, Jared , $0.5m (P-n/a )$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m
MI Madrigal, Nick, $0.5m (P-n/a)$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m
OF Brannen, Cole, $0.5m (P-n/a)$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m
OF Diaz, Yusniel, $0.5m (P-n/a)$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m
OF Hampton, Maurice, $0.5m (P-n/a)$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m
OF Sabol, Blake, $0.5m (P-n/a)$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m
RP Eades, Ryan, $0.5m (P-n/a)$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m
SP Cleavinger, Garrett, $0.5m (P-n/a)$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m
SP Cosart, Jake, $0.5m (P-n/a)$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m
SP Denaburg, Mason, $0.5m (P-n/a)$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m
SP Gambrell, Grant, $0.5m (P-n/a)$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m
SP Mahoney, Kolton, $0.5m (P-n/a)$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m
SP McKay, Brendan, $0.5m (P-n/a)$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m
SP Rogers, Trevor, $0.5m (P-n/a)$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m
SP Thompson, Matthew, $0.5m (P-n/a)$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m
SP Williams, Kendall, $0.5m (P-n/a)$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m$0.5m

Cash Exchanges, Cap Hits, and Signing Bonuses
X-CI Mojica, Alexander, Signing Bonus, $10m in 2020$10m
X-MI Kinsler, Ian, Cash Exchange, $-3m in 2020$-3m
X-MI Maitan, Kevin, Signing Bonus, $5.5m in 2020$5.5m
X-MI Mendick, Danny, Signing Bonus, $6m in 2020$6m
X-OF Raley, Luke, Signing Bonus, $2m in 2020$2m
X-SP Rodriguez, Yerry, Signing Bonus, $4m in 2020$4m
X-SP Ross, Tyson, Opts Out of Season, $4m in 2020$4m$4m
2020 Draft Picks (10 picks)
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Title: Re: Pittsburgh Pirates
Post by: ProFSL on February 19, 2010, 06:11:49 PM
Pittsburgh Pirates :PIT:

2014: 5th in NL Central (29-112)
Alas, the 2014 season was not kind to the Pirates.  The wins decreased and they again found themselves at the bottom of the NL Central.  Hopefully, some of the farmhands will begin to develop as the team needs a lot of help throughout its lineup.

2013: 5th in NL Central (40-101)
The Pirates continued their free fall and tumbled into the cellar of the NL Central.  With a lot of holes in their lineup, the Pirates will seek to rebuild and compete in the coming years.

2012: 4th in NL Central (84-78)
Despite finishing lower in the division and having 11 less wins, Pittsburgh was closer to the playoffs in 2012.  Wieters, Swisher, and Ethier were a core that could win a game any night.  Sadly, after only a couple years of playing together, only Wieters would stay on for the 2013 season.  Other talented veterans left Pittsburgh as the team couldn't afford to keep everyone.  What the future brings is a bit of an unknown as the farm system is weak and talent is leaving.

2011: 3rd in NL Central (95-67)
Pittsburgh had a winning record for the first time in 19 years.  The 20 game improvement was due to the acquisition of high priced veterans such as Todd Helton, Matt Holliday, and Andre Ethier.  Holliday, Helton, and many others were dealt at the trade deadline as Pittsburgh was too far back from the runaway Cardinals and Brewers.  Pittsburgh's 2011 season was a sign of good things to come with losing now in the past.

2010: 5th in NL Central (75-87)
The off-season started with goals of playing for 0.500 as the Pirates made deals that obtained Aaron Hill, Adam Jones, Brian Bannister, Austin Jackson and Brian McCann.  With free agency came Joe Saunders, super prospect Aroldis Chapman, and many other prospects.  Many of those players were flipped for others the team started the season with a dismal record.  The Pirates eventually caught up in the overall standings, but not in the tough NL Central.  The team made big time mid-year acquisitions of Ryan Zimmerman, Billy Butler, Brett Cecil, and Johnny Cueto that management hopes will guide them to a winning record in 2011.

2009: 5th in NL Central (69-93)
Colby started this league because he was fed up with his favorite team.  Although he knew McLouth wasn't a great outfielder, he felt the team could have had a better return.  Winning wasn't an option in 2009, and he did not decide to blow the team up as most would.  He sold off the same players that the Pirates did, and in return picked up players that may have higher ceilings.

Colby (Colby (;u=1)) [7/1/09 - ]