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Friday, November 27, 2009

Pirates' Ohlendorf Interning in D.C.

No, he's not part of the Nationals' roster.

The Princeton grad is interning with the Department of Agriculture.

No, the operations research major isn't working on a way for small-market teams -- including his own -- to grow better prospects. Ohlendorf is a Texan, and he and his father have raised longhorns. Agriculture intrigues him and he likes to learn, so the ace of the Pirates' staff is spending his off-season in D.C. before heading to spring training.

Good off-season story for the Pirates, who still need to figure out a way to play .500 ball and draw people to that beautiful ballpark of theirs.


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