Pirates deal with Francisco Liriano ‘still on track’

The Pittsburgh Pirates pending deal with Francisco Liriano is “still on track,” but it will continue to be delayed until the free agent’s non-throwing arm heals, according to Jon Heyman of CBS Sports.

It was reported later last month that Liriano had suffered his injury in the Dominican Republic over the winter. He reportedly fell in a bathroom days after reaching his agreement with the Pirates.

Liriano will now have to undergo another physical once his non-throwing arm heals.

Liriano spent most of his career with the Minnesota Twins, but he was traded to the Chicago White Sox last season. In seven years in the majors, the left-hander owns a career ERA of 4.40.

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