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Texas -1.5
Pittsburgh +1.5

Over 8.5 (-132)
Under 8.5 (-108)

Community Picks: Texas 63% vs Pittsburgh 37%

Texas and Pittsburgh Thread

Team Tweets & News Articles
The Pittsburgh Pirates, still looking for a manager and general manager, will pick up the club option on right-hander Chris Archer, according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. The 31-year-old will be owed $8.25 million in 2020 after going 3-9 with a 5.19 ERA in 23 starts last season before being shut down in August due to inflammation in his pitching shoulder. The team's other option was a $1.75 million buyout. Continue to Article
November 04, 2019 1:31:pm EST
Five-time MLB All-Star Josh Hamilton was arrested on a charge of injury to a child in Fort Worth, Texas on Wednesday, according to multiple reports. CBS DFW reports that Hamilton turned himself in at the Tarrant County courthouse on the third-degree felony charge and faced a $35,000 bond. According to the report, one of the bond conditions prohibited Hamilton from contacting one of his three daughters or any child under the age of 17. Continue to Article
October 30, 2019 5:31:pm EST
Pittsburgh Pirates have delayed their search for a new coach after firing general manager Neal Huntington. It has been a tumultuous offseason for the MLB side, who have elected to relieve Huntington of his duties a month into his search for a new team manager. Former manager Clint Hurdle was fired on September 29, with owner Bob Nutting giving Huntington his backing at the time. Continue to Article
October 28, 2019 11:48:am EST
The Pittsburgh Pirates' personnel overhaul continues. The team announced on Monday that GM Neal Huntington has been fired. Assistant GM Kevan Graves has been named the interim GM, which the Pirates apparently misspelled as “Kevin” in the original news release. Continue to Article
October 28, 2019 10:36:am EST
Cleveland Indians pitcher Carlos Carrasco was named the winner of this year's Roberto Clemente Award for humanitarian work, charcater and community service by Major League Baseball on Friday. The 32-year-old Venezuelan right-hander was diagnosed earlier this year with a form of blood cancer called chronic myeloid leukemia that sidelined him for much of the season. Carrasco and his wife, Karry, provide box lunches for the homeless every other Sunday in the off-season, fund a scholarship for single mothers and donate money for clothes, medicine, food and school supplies to underprivileged areas in the United States, Colombia, Venezuela, and Africa. Continue to Article
October 25, 2019 3:49:pm EST
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