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Pittsburgh Pirates Need to Decline Chris Archer’s Option

Let me preface this with a few things. First off, Chris Archer is one of the best human beings in baseball. This makes him extremely easy for fans of the Pittsburgh Pirates, and around baseball, to root for. Second, when Archer came to the Pittsburgh Pirates it looked like a strong trade for the Bucs. […] Pittsburgh Pirates Need to Decline Chris Archer’s Option - Rum Bunter - Rum Bunter - A Pittsburgh Pirates Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
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Ruminating on Chris Archer

Ruminating on Chris Archer

Photo by Brian Blanco/ The Pirates are not expected to bring Chris Archer back. The Rangers would seem likely to be interested in him. Pittsburgh Pirates starting pitcher Chris Archer has long been coveted by the Texas Rangers. Archer also didn’t pitch in 2020 due to surgery in June for Thoracic Outlet Syndrome, and while he is expected to be healthy for 2021, Jon Heyman mentioned on Twitter yesterday that the Pirates aren’t expected to exercise their team option on him ($11 million with a $125,000 buyout) for next season. Which got me thinking? Archer, 32, is an interesting case. ...

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