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Pirates Add Oliver And Robinson

John Perrotto -Premium Content

The two trades weren't the kind that might gain Pirates general manager Neal Huntington the nickname "Wheel and Deal Neal." However, acquiring a pair of stalled prospects—lefthander Andrew Oliver from the Tigers and first baseman Clint Robinson from the Royals—is the kind of low-risk, high-reward move Huntington likes to make as the GM of a small-market team that has had 20 consecutive losing seasons.

Majors | #2012#Organization Reports#Pittsburgh Pirates

Reds Have Depth Behind The Plate

John Fay -Premium Content

Everyone knows who the No. 1 catching prospect in the Reds organization is. Devin Mesoraco is the catcher of the future. But Tucker Barnhart gives the Reds good depth at the position. Barnhart, a 21-year-old switch-hitter, won the 2011 Gold Glove for the entire minor leagues. That's quite an honor, considering Barnhart spent the year at low Class A Dayton. He committed two errors in 97 games and threw out 47 percent of basestealers.

Majors | #2012#Cincinnati Reds#Organization Reports

Mike O’Neill Is A Sparkplug

Derrick Goold -Premium Content

Many numbers from outfielder Mike O'Neill's first full pro season could excite him, but it's a word that resonates with him. "When you say 'leadoff,' my eyes light up," O'Neill said. "I like to be the sparkplug for the offense. I want to be the person who gets on base, so I can create things with my speed, make things happen for the hitters behind me. That's my game."

Majors | #2012#Organization Reports#St. Louis Cardinals