No Grudges toward Marte,Harrison Does Video Study; Remarks from Josh Harrison, John Jaso and Pirates Manager Clint Hurdle Indicate Starling Marte Will Be Welcomed Back into the Clubhouse Tuesday When His 80-Game Suspension for Steroid Use Ends. [Derived Headline]

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No Grudges toward Marte,Harrison Does Video Study; Remarks from Josh Harrison, John Jaso and Pirates Manager Clint Hurdle Indicate Starling Marte Will Be Welcomed Back into the Clubhouse Tuesday When His 80-Game Suspension for Steroid Use Ends. [Derived Headline]


DiPaola, Jerry, Tribune-Review/Pittsburgh Tribune-Review


Remarks from Josh Harrison, John Jaso and Pirates manager Clint Hurdle indicate Starling Marte will be welcomed back into the clubhouse Tuesday when his 80-game suspension for steroid use ends.

"I don't hold grudges," Harrison said. "Nobody's perfect."

Marte's presence in left field Tuesday in the second of a four-game series against the Milwaukee Brewers won't cost Harrison his starting job.

But Jaso's playing time will be significantly affected. He has played 11 games in left field, with the Pirates winning six of them.

Jaso doesn't believe an official welcome will be necessary, considering Marte has inhabited the Pirates clubhouse for the past five seasons.

"That's in the past, and you just keep going forward," Jaso said of the suspension. "He's definitely a part of this team, always has been. He's played with these guys for years and years."

Hurdle said it will be a "smooth transition." He was encouraged by the opportunity to see Marte's replacements -- seven players have played left field -- in a variety of situations.

"It has given us more volume of observations," Hurdle said, "whether it's playing the game when they're playing well, whether it's playing the game when it's hard, their two-strike approach.

"You get to see more things, maybe the left-on-left, right-on-right, you might not have had much of a chance to (see)."

Marte's return, Hurdle said, "strengthens the bench, strengthens the lineup, strengthens the team."

Little contact

Harrison said there has been limited connections between Marte and his teammates during the suspension.

"He might have sent a few messages here and there," Harrison said. "(We said), 'You have a family to take care of. You be there for them. When you come back, we got you.' "

Taking one for the team

Jaso said he will accept whatever role Marte's returns gives him.

"He is that everyday guy, obviously," he said. "He's got all the tools.

"But I'm always here, ready for whatever. It doesn't really matter to me what I do. As long as I have a uniform on my back, I'm a happy guy. …

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