The Pittsburgh Pirates search for a new general manager is just about wrapping up, with only a couple of candidates left.
Pittsburgh has been without a general manager since firing Neal Huntington on Oct. 28, so they've been looking to find someone new for the front office as the MLB offseason begins.
Pirates GM derby is believed down to Ben Cherington of the Jays and Matt Arnold of the Brewers. Decision shouldn’t be far off.— Jon Heyman (@JonHeyman) November 13, 2019
The two candidates left on the carousel are reportedly Ben Cherington, the vice president of baseball operations for the Toronto Blue Jays, and Matt Arnold, the vice president and assistant general manager of the Milwaukee Brewers.