Seems there are two prominent schools of thought around here regarding the Pirates' pursuit of A.J. Burnett from the New York Yankees: 1. The Pirates will blow this. They won't meet the Yankees' demands, and they'll fall short again. 2. The Pirates will blow this. They'll overpay for this guy, and he'll be Matt Morris II. Whichever result, obviously, will be catastrophic to the point of collapsing PNC Park. Or everyone can just relax. This will get done, as soon as this weekend. And when it does, it will have been a bold, sharp major-league move by a franchise hardly known for either.