Baltimore Sun "The Orioles acquired the left-handed-hitting outfielder they had been seeking all offseason, trading a minor league pitcher and a player to be named later to the Pittsburgh Pirates on Tuesday night for Travis Snider. The Orioles have had interest in Snider since baseball's annual winter..." January 28
Source: Travis Snider deal to Baltimore believed to be done. Class A pitcher Stephen Tarpley one of the prospects going to the Pirates.
Baltimore Sun "The Orioles have rekindled their trade talks with the Pittsburgh Pirates to acquire outfielder Travis Snider and appear to be closing in on a deal that would send one or two minor leaguers to Pittsburgh, according to industry sources. A deal is not done, one source stressed, but it was being..." January 27
Travis Snider's toe is better, but a kitchen knife-sweet potato incident has a bandage on finger on left hand. No throwing for a bit.
#Pirates avoid arbitration with Travis Snider. He gets $1.2M
Pittsburgh Tribune Review "Pirates outfielder Travis Snider revealed Wednesday he played through a more significant injury last season than was previously known, a injury to his left foot that required surgery after the season. Snider originally thought he was playing through a strained ligament in the foot. But the..." December 06
#Pirates recall Tony Sanchez place -- wait for it -- Travis Snider on 15-day DL because of pain in left big toe.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette "As a minor league hitter, Travis Snider showed a penchant for power hitting. He won the Class AA Eastern League home run derby in 2008. He smacked 23 home runs that season, between stops in Classes A, AA and AAA and added two more that season as a September call-up with the Toronto Blue Jays. In..." May 26
Pittsburgh Tribune Review "The first time he walked into PNC Park, Pirates outfielder Travis Snider did the usual new-arrival tour. He checked out the clubhouse, video room and indoor batting cages. He got a feel for the outfield corners. He stood at home plate and judged the sight lines from the batter's box. As Snider..." May 23
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette "Travis Snider already had put his helmet back in the dugout when he felt a tug from behind. The crowd was beckoning him back on the field, and teammate Neil Walker was pushing him onto the dugout steps for his first career curtain call. "I actually grabbed the wrong helmet because I was kind..." May 22
Toronto Star "Russell Martin runs relatively well for a catcher anyways, and with a tidy number of visiting Canadian fans giving him the old raspberry on this day for declining to suit up for his country in the World Baseball Classic, perhaps he wanted to give those folks a “take that” kind of message. So..." March 14