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Re: Offseason Outlook: Pittsburgh Pirates (MLBTR)
Reply #105 - Dec 27th, 2022 at 8:42am
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Surgnbuck wrote on Dec 26th, 2022 at 11:22pm:
Things have really slowed down now. It was this time of the year that I really enjoyed things like the Pirates Caravan, ending with Fan Fest at the Convention Center.

Heck, they haven't even announced a pitchers and catchers report date yet.

Give us something, please. How's the new scoreboard going? Did Garcia break an arm like Liriano? Can we get a picture of Jose Hernandez and Colin Selby on the Pirates site with the 40 man roster?

The New Year is coming, I want some NYE stuff to talk about.

In the mean time, my older brother got me one of those Pirates Man Cave signs, and I have to figure out where I want to hang it. I'm afraid to put it over the door, because if I hang it poorly and it falls, it will sliced someone in half.

Then again, that would be something to talk about.

Slicing people in half is frowned upon in most states. Perhaps if they were required to wear helmets when walking through the door it would minimize the risk.  Cheesy

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Re: Offseason Outlook: Pittsburgh Pirates (MLBTR)
Reply #106 - Jan 31st, 2023 at 11:42am
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It looks like the Rays are a step closer to getting a new ballpark, to be located close to Tropicana Field.  I saw a year-old article saying it’ll seat just 27,000 fans, much lower than what MLB usually requires.  It’ll be part of a large development that’ll include housing and office space, among other things.  Projected opening is in 2028.
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