Pittsburgh Pirates send Gold Glove catcher Jacob Stallings to Miami


Gold Glove catcher is coming to Miami. The Marlins acquired Stallings from the Pittsburgh Pirates on Monday in exchange for pitcher Zach Thompson and prospects Kyle Nicolas and Connor Scott. Stallings, 31, is coming off the best season of his career. He earned his first Gold Glove for his handling of an inexperienced pitching staff. (Associated Press)

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Pittsburgh Pirates send Gold Glove catcher Jacob Stallings to Miami


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