One realistic remaining free agent at each position for the Pirates to pursue

The free agent market still has some realistic remaining options for the Pirates to pursue.

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This off-season has left many free agents on the market. The Pittsburgh Pirates shouldn't call it quits just yet, and consider these realistic remaining free agents.

The first Pittsburgh Pirates Spring Training game is just over a week away. But this off-season has been so slow and has left many noteworthy free agents still without a team. Most of the top names are still searching for a contract for 2024. Because of this, I doubt the Pirates are done, even with the first pre-season games just around the bend.

While I doubt the Pirates will go after the top names like Jordan Montgomery or Cody Bellinger (although that would be fun), there are still some realistic names to go after at each position. By realistic, I mean players who probably won’t sign for more than $8 million a season.

Just because I list a player doesn’t mean I think the Pirates should go after them. For example, I’m going to list a third baseman on today’s list. The Pirates don’t need a third baseman, nor do they need a backup third baseman, as they currently have Jared Triolo on hand, but I am going to list one for the sake of the article. I will also discuss if the Pirates should or shouldn’t consider them under their current or future circumstances.