Pirates Reunion: Walker, Liriano To Join Cutch In Philly

The former Buccos are signed to minor league deals along with Josh Harrison

Andrew Limberg
January 22, 2020 - 2:17 pm
Cutch and Walker

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PITTSBURGH (93.7 The Fan) - Andrew McCutchen, returning from an ACL injury, could be joined by old friends in Philadelphia this season.

According to MLB.com’s Mark Feinsand, the Phillies have signed former Pirates second baseman Neil Walker to a minor league deal.

Walker played in 115 games for the Miami Marlins last year and batted .261.

Walker is expected to be with the Phillies for Spring Training.

Also on Wednesday, the Phillies signed free agent and former Pirates pitcher Francisco Liriano to a Minor League deal.

Liriano was 5-3 last year with Pittsburgh. He had a 3.47 ERA.

Back in December, the Phillies signed former Pirates infielder Josh Harrison to a minor league deal and he is also invited to Spring Training.

Harrison was injured for a large portion of 2019 playing in 36 games for the Detroit Tigers, batting .175.

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