Ohlendorf, Pirates don’t agree to terms
According to Rob Biertempfel of the Trib, The Pirates and Ross Ohlendorf did not agree to terms.
If the two sides can’t come to an agreement before the hearings, the case will be left up to the arbitrator.Arbitration hearings are scheduled to take place from February 1-21st. The Pirates have not gone to an arbitration hearing since 2004 with Jack Wilson.
The Pirates offered Ross Ohlendorf $1.4M and he was seeking $2.025M according to Colin Dunlap of the Pittsburgh-Post Gazette,
Ohlendorf, 28, is coming off an injury plagued season. He went 1-11 with a 4.07 ERA through 108.1 innings. Ohlendorf made $439,000 during the 2010 season.