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Pirates Add Hurdle As Skipper

And the 39th Manager of the Pittsburgh Pirates is…….Clint Hurdle?  That’s right Pirates fans, Clint Hurdle is the man who gets to try to right this ship that has been sinking for the past 18 years.  At a press conference Monday afternoon, General Manager Neil Huntington introduced Hurdle to the Media and the City.  Will Hurdle be able to fix the debacle that is the Pirates?

Hurdle managed the Colorado Rockies from 2002-2009 with a 534-625 record including a World Series apperance in 2007, before being replaced by former Bucco’s manager Jim Tracy.  The search for the Manager came down to Hurdle and long time organizational coach Jeff Bannister.  The Pirates have gone through the organization in the past to fill the manager void (Lloyd McClendon, Gene Lamont, John Russell), which didn’t produce a winning club, so they decided to go outside the organization with the more expensive Hurdle.  Hurdle is more of an expressive manager who shows his emotions, very different than the previous John Russell.  McClendon was the same way and we see how that turned out however.   The media has made a big deal saying that the Pirates out dueled the Mets for Hurdle’s services, which is a bit of a stretch seeing that Hurdle wasn’t high on the list of potential managers.  I’ll give them credit for being willing to spend more on Hurdle, but seeing how much control over the team he’ll have is something that I look forward to seeing.  On a local radio station, Hurdle said that “The control of the lineup is given to me, they have given me stat sheets with some tendencies, but i’ll set the lineup each day”.  While that makes me feel good him saying those things, I’ll believe it when I see it.

Another interesting aspect will be to see how much control he will be given over the free agents that they bring in this summer.  We know that Bob Nutting hasn’t always been willing to spend when it comes to free agency, but settle for overpriced veterans that use Pittsburgh as a retirement tour.  Rumors had it that the Pirates expressed interest in Free Agent Third Baseman Adrian Beltre.  The same Adrian Beltre who turned down his 10 million dollar contract in Boston because he wanted more money.  Are the Pirates teasing us at the idea that they are looking to significantly improve this team or is it all a farce?  More realistic options in the market will be veteran Pitchers who come at a small price.  Players such as Chris Young, Aaron Harang or the oft injured Justin Duchscherer could step in an contribute to a rotation that needs major overhaul.  One of those with a veteran bat such as Willie Bloomquist, Melvin Mora, Lyle Overbay or personally, I would love to see the Pirates acquire Willy Aybar, most recently with the Rays.  Fans want the Pirates to spend on marquee players like Cliff Lee or Carl Pavano, the thing is, spending on them won’t help us now.  We have the position players in place for the most part, for the future and with the drafting of Jameson Taillon and Stetson Allie and the signing of 16 year old Mexican Pitching prospect, Luis Heredia, the future is what is important.  They won’t be ready until 2013 or 2014 at the earliest, so in the meantime, the money needs to be used to tie up at least 3 of the 4 promising players, Andrew McCutchen, Neil Walker, Pedro Alvarez and Jose Tabata, with some pitchers who can serve as formidable until the young guys are ready.

Do I expect Hurdle to win with this team? No.  Is he a major upgrade from Russell? Yes.  Will he be the man in charge when the Pirates finally turn it around? I have my doubts, but the main thing is that this is the best shot the Pirates have to turn it around and the best guy for the job.  In a City that is crazy about the Pens and Steelers, they want nothing more than seeing the Pirates win.  This is a town filled with baseball tradition and they would give anything to have it back again.  Don’t expect anything this year, but in 2012, look for them to finally break the consecutive losing seasons streak.  By 2013, fans may actually have another sport to tune into in October

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  1. debbie Nov 17 20104:41 pm

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    I sure hope he can do something! It would be nice to bring the Pirates up to par with the other Pittsburgh sports teams in performance. I think part of the problem is letting go talented players in the past years, such as Jason Kendall for starters. Pay the money, get proven players and you will still make a profit.

  2. Christopher Rowe Nov 27 201011:34 pm

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    I respect the Pirates tradition and history but they have been irrelevant now for 19 seasons. An entire generation of Pittsburgh fans have grown up with their baseball team being a loser and that is disrespectful to the histyory and tradition. Will Clint Hurdle right the ship? Probably not. Will management invest in its young talent and retain it long enough to get to the majors before they are traded in arbitration years? Who knows? This organization has been bleeding talent forever. High time they keep some of it.

    What separates Andrew McCutchen, Neil Walker, Pedro Alvarez and Jose Tabata from Barry Bonds, Bobby Bonilla, Doug Drabek and Tony Pena? You tell me because I’m still not sold on this concept.

    1. Michael Waterloo Nov 28 201012:09 pm

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      Couldn’t agree with you more Chris. I’m one of the ones who have grown up with no memory of a winning season. I was 6 during the last one one that the Pirates had. We have seen a revolving door of managers who fit every different quality that you can think of. We have had reserved managers, fired up managers, managers who are guys the players love, and ones that the players hate, and nothing has worked. People will say we trade away our best guys, but what did they do when they were with us? They still lost.

      We have to hold on to hope in order to keep baseball relevant and keep our hopes that the Pirates will someday again return to a respectable franchise instead of a laughing stock of the league. Hurdle won’t right the ship more than likely, but it makes me feel a little better that he faced a similar situation when taking over the Rockies. And you’re right, who knows if they will invest what they need to in the young talent but this is the first time that they have shown any signs. They didn’t pass up the top players in the draft because of money but they got the top two pitchers in the draft according to Buster Olney and Peter Gammons as well as Herrera from Mexico. If 1 of these guys pans out, great. 2 outstanding. 3, unlikely. When Bonds and Bonilla were here, we won and McCutchen has the look of a young bonds the way he flies and plays the field. He lacks the arm strength and has some pop in his bad. Alvarez if he can cut down the strikeouts then he will make a formidable 3-4 hitter. Tabata as well is showing more promise than we are used to. But when you say Doug Drabek, you hit the nail on the head. This team needs pitching. James McDonald looked good but teams will soon figure him out. If we can’t lock our position players up long term so that the young pitchers can develop, then we will be looking at the 5 year plan part 5 and 6 very soon

      1. Christopher Rowe Nov 28 201012:25 pm

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        Michael,

        I sympathize. My own Phillies went through a dry spell from 1984-1992, during which they were quite unapologetically abyssmal. Bucs were in our division then and surely you recall. Highlights were few and far between, consisting of Mike Schmidt’s 500th HR in Three Rivers, one 26-run game against the Mets and…well there was the decline of Steve Carlton, the retirement of Mike Schmidt, the departure and disgrace of Pete Rose and the Rick Schu Experiement. Finally in 1993, the team went from worst ot first with a rag-tag bunch of castoffs from other teams. Dykstra, Kruk, Hollins, Incaviglia, Schilling, Jackson. The only homegrown player was Daulton! My point, they weren’t expected to win but they collected as much talent on the roster as they could. Born from the success of 1993 was a re-dedication to the farm system. Scott Rolen, Pat Burrell, Ryan Howard, Jimmy Rollins, Chase Utley, Cole Hamels, Ryan Madsen, Carlos Ruiz, Domonic Brown… augmented by free agent flyers taken on Geoff Jenkins, Shane Victorino, Jayson Werth plus deals for Brad Lidge, Roy Halladay, etc. What I’m trying to say is that the Pirates should take a lesson from their cross-state cousins – build on all aspects. Drafting is excellent, but also using the Rule 5 draft, minor free agent acquisitions, trades and then land that big whopper of a free agent right before the team makes a run!!! Pittsburgh is a great baseball town with a great ballpark and a terrible team because ownership gave up on winning and opted to simply keep the team in business.

        1. Michael Waterloo Nov 28 201012:34 pm

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          All valid points and if I could say it any better I would. Nutting has to be willing to turn it around and go out for free agents and build up the farm system, something he has not been willing to do so far. If there was ever a team to take notes from, it would be the Phillies as they went from a laughing stock to a team that is the Yankees of the National League. I’m hoping within the coming years, we can look forward to an all PA NLCS.

  3. Christopher Rowe Apr 23 20115:56 pm

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    Michael I’ve admired your work and your loyalty as you well know. Wanted to re-introduce myself I’m going to be the new MLB content director and was hoping to communicate with you regarding some ideas on 2011. Would you mind contacting me @ christopherrowe@prosportsblogging.com?

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