Pirates Happy With Depth

Jameson-Taillon-(Photo by Adam Pintar)

Jameson-Taillon-(Photo by Adam Pintar)

PITTSBURGH—The Pirates were criticized heavily in the offseason by the media and fans for not making a move to add a frontline starting pitcher following the retirement of A.J. Burnett, the loss of free agent J.A. Happ to the Blue Jays and the trade of Charlie Morton to the Phillies.

General manager Neal Huntington, though, was confident the organization had enough depth to survive the losses.

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