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The Pittsburgh Pirates have a lot of players heading into arbitration this offseason.  Here are the projections for what they will earn. The Pittsburgh Pirates have one of the youngest team’s in baseball.  They have a lot of young talent that is still developing and likely will only continue to get younger.  It is a transitional time in the Pittsburgh Pirates organization, new manager and coaches, a roster shake up likely with veterans likely being moved, and a number of young players turning into the team’s core.

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With having so many young players on the current roster, the team will also have a lot of arbitration cases ahead of them.  The Pittsburgh Pirates have 10 total players due for pay raises this year, some of them more significant than others.

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The Pittsburgh Pirates most notable arbitration eligible players are Josh Bell, Keone Kela, Trevor Williams, and Joe Musgrove.  Other players that are up for arbitration include Adam Frazier, Erik Gonzalez, Jameson Taillon, Chad Kuhl, Elias Diaz, and Michael Feliz.  The reason Frazier is in the secondary list is because he very well may not be the team’s starting second baseman last year with the emergence of Kevin Newman and Cole Tucker showing his abilities at shortstop.

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Well, so much for a pitchers’ duel between two ex-Pirates in Houston.

The main storyline going into Game 5 of the ALDS Thursday night for Pirates fans was the starting pitchers: Tyler Glasnow for the Rays, and Gerrit Cole for the Astros.

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Those two former Pirates — plus the Rays’ Austin Meadows and Charlie Morton — have excelled since leaving Pittsburgh, making Pirates fans saltier than the water holding up the Jolly Roger.

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The Pirates themselves cryptically acknowledged the two talents they let go starting a pivotal playoff game on social media before the opening pitch.

  Gerrit Cole of the Houston Astros delivers a pitch against the Tampa Bay Rays during the eighth inning in Game 5 of the American League Division Series at Minute Maid Park on Oct. 10, 2019, in Houston. Kristie Rieken Gerrit Cole's Astros beat Tyler Glasnow's Rays 6-1 in ALDS Not tonight, Twitter. pic.twitter.com/yb72uPcnUl

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— Pirates (@Pirates) October 10, 2019 While the rest of the baseball world was probably looking forward to a quality pitching matchup, they must’ve been disappointed when Glasnow promptly gave up four runs in the first inning and was pulled midway through the third.

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Glasnow’s rough night had social media making the same unfortunate joke at the Pirates’ expense.

At this rate, Tyler Glasnow will be optioned back to the Pirates.

— Jayson Braddock (@JaysonBraddock) October 10, 2019 Looks like the #Pirates version of Tyler Glasnow took the mound tonight

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— Sarcastalot (@Sarcastalot) October 10, 2019 This is more like the Tyler Glasnow us Pirates fans know and love.

— Rich Fenton (@fenton_rich) October 10, 2019 Could someone tell Glasnow that he doesn’t have a Pirates uniform on

— Robert Hladio (@HladioR) October 10, 2019 Glasnow trying to get shipped back to the Pirates with this effort

— Matt Lindeman (@lindetrain) October 10, 2019 Did someone tell Tyler Glasnow he’s not pitching for the Pirates tonight? Looks like he thinks he is.

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— Kyle Dawson (@RealKyleDawson) October 10, 2019 Glasnow is showing his inner Pittsburgh Pirate with 4 runs in the first inning

— Dylan O'Neill (@dylan_oneill29) October 10, 2019 That’s the Tyler Glasnow Pirates fans know!

— seven springs über alles (@Krlove1984) October 10, 2019 Tyler Glasnow pitching like he still plays for the Pirates

— Mitch Rupert (@Mitch_Rupert) October 10, 2019 Glasnow pitching like Pirates fans remember

— Erie Doctrine (@eriedoctrine) October 10, 2019 Glasnow back in #Pirates form? I guess not until he starts walking dudes. #Rays #Astros

— Ryan