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Garrett Jones Agrees To Terms With Pittsburgh Pirates


Garrett Jones has agreed to terms with the Pittsburgh Pirates.  CBS Sports has the complete list of players that avoided arbitration at this link.

Details of the deal were not reported anywhere we could locate them quickly.  Last year Jones earned $4.5 million up from $2.25 million in 2011.  GFJ crushed 27 bombs in 2012.

Gaby Sanchez also came to terms with the Pirates today on a $1.75 million dollar deal.  He was eligible for arbitration for the first time and jumped his pay from $483,000 after a pretty shitty season.

The Bucs traded  figures with second baseman Neil Walker and starting pitcher James McDonald.    Walk and J-Mac are first time arb eligibles.   The Bucs second baseman was offered $3 million and he reportedly asked for $3.6 million.  J-Mac was offered $2.65 million and requested $3.4 million.


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