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Carlos Santana agrees with the Pirates

Last year, the Pittsburgh Pirates had a hole in first base. You will tell me that they had more than one hole, but on first base, it was obvious.

The club have really taken the bull by the horns so far. Lewin Diaz and Ji-Man Choi have landed in town… and now it’s Carlos Santana’s turn to drop off his suitcases near Pittsburgh.

According to information reported by Jeff Passan, the 36-year-old first baseman has been offered a one-year contract valued at around $6.7 million.

It’s the Pirates’ biggest signing in the free range market since… 2016.

His .202 average last year isn’t impressive, but it’s worth noting that he was the biggest casualty on the special defense in 2022.

Will the ambidextrous hitter be able to find his bearings? That remains to be seen.

It’s a return to Pennsylvania for the man who played for the Phillies in 2018. He spent the vast majority of his career in Cleveland and he also played in Kansas City and Seattle.

I don’t know if he’ll finish the season in Pittsburgh, but at least the Pirates are in action.

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