Pirates outfielder Jose Tabata has spent the 2015 season with Triple-A Indianapolis and has done a decent job thus far, batting .338/.416/.397. And though the Pirates could use another outfielder capable of contributing on offense, it doesn’t sound like they’re considering calling him up anytime soon.
In fact, according to Paul Zeise of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, GM Neal Huntington sounds like he’d prefer to find a trade partner for Tabata:
“We were aggressive with [Tabata] in what we believe he needed to do to in order to get back to the big leagues,” Huntington said. “And he is working hard to make that adjustment and as important, he is playing hard and showing up every at bat.
“We have been very open with Jose that while we hope his return to the big leagues with us, he is a guy who may need to get somebody else’s attention and…
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