While not many players care to make Pittsburgh their destination, Accardo may be an exception as he is itching to get major-league face time after the last three seasons saw him stuck in Triple-A much to his chagrin after a 2.14 ERA in 67 1/3 innings for the 2007 Blue Jays. Since then, he's compiled 43 2/3 innings of work in three years with a 4.53 ERA. In Triple-A this past season, Accardo finished with a 3.48 ERA in 44 innings.
Kovacevic also said that GM Neal Huntington sees Ryan Doumit as the starting right fielder for the Bucs. Doumit was displaced at catcher when Chris Snyder was acquired from the Diamondbacks and is still due $5.2 million in his last guaranteed year of his contract. That doesn't mean Doumit is a lock to be the right fielder given Huntington termed the situation "as we sit right now."
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