Travis Snider LF/RF PIT 15 Days

The Pirates tendered Snider (second-year arbitration eligible) a contract prior to Tuesday's deadline.

Snider took over for Gregory Polanco in right field during the stretch drive in 2014 after Polanco faltered. From June 6 to season's end, Snider hit .298/.362/.514 with 10 homers and 26 RBI -- the first time he's sustained success for more than a short period of time. With Andrew McCutchen in center field and Starling Marte in left, Snider will once again battle Polanco for playing time in right field in 2015.

Travis Snider LF/RF PIT 3 Months

Snider went 2-for-4 with an RBI double in Cincinnati on Friday.

Prior to Friday, Snider held a .319/.418/.596 line in 55 plate appearances since Sept. 10. He's playing so well for Pittsburgh that the organization might have a difficult time starting super-prospect Gregory Polanco over Snider in 2015.

Travis Snider LF/RF PIT 3 Months

Snider went 1-for-3 with his 12th homer Tuesday in Atlanta.

The start was Snider's sixth straight in the Pittsburgh outfield, as it appears he's past his recent hamstring injury. Snider will likely get the nod again Wednesday, seeing as though he's 2-for-5 with two doubles and a walk against starter Julio Teheran.

Travis Snider LF/RF PIT 3 Months

Snider will start in right field and bat eighth Tuesday despite lefty Alex Wood pitching for the Braves.

Snider is batting just .227 (10-for-44) in September but has two hits, including a double, against Wood. The fact that Snider is starting over the right-handed Jose Tabata shows the faith Pittsburgh has in Snider -- or perhaps the lack of faith in Tabata.

Travis Snider LF/RF PIT 3 Months

Snider is not in the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Red Sox, Rob Biertempfel of the Pittsburgh Tribune reports.

It's likely just a regular day off for Snider, who has started the past six games after dealing with a hamstring injury. Gregory Polanco will assume right field duties in his place.

Travis Snider LF/RF PIT 3 Months

Snider (hamstring) will return to the lineup Monday, batting second and playing right field, the Pittsburgh Tribune's Travis Sawchik reports.

Snider had only been used off the bench recently, as he was dealing with a hamstring injury, but he's now healthy enough to start the game in the field. Look for him to share time with Andrew Lambo and Gregory Polanco going forward.

Travis Snider LF/RF PIT 3 Months

Snider (hamstring) remains out of the lineup Friday,MLB.com's Tom Singer reports.

He saw an at-bat off the bench during Wednesday's game, so that will likely remain an option Friday, but Jose Tabata will get the start in right field. Snider remains day-to-day.

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The Pirates are optimistic Snider (hamstring) will be able to return to the lineup over the weekend against the Cubs, Rob Biertempfel of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports.

Snider will sit for the sixth straight game Wednesday while he continues to be slowed by the hamstring issue. He was able to log a pinch-hit appearance on Monday and looks to be progressing positively, but it's not certain whether or not he'll be able to reclaim a permanent spot in the lineup once healthy. The recent call-ups of Andrew Lambo and Gregory Polanco have given the Pirates some other options in right field, which could result in something of a three-headed timeshare at the position.

Travis Snider LF/RF PIT 4 Months

Snider (hamstring) is out of the lineup Tuesday against the Cardinals, Rob Biertempfel of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports.

Snider returned to his first game action in over a week when he pinch hit Monday. He has not returned to the lineup yet, however, as Andrew Lambo will start in right field again and bat second for the Pirates.

Travis Snider LF/RF PIT 4 Months

Snider (hamstring) pinch-hit Monday in his first action since Wednesday.

There's a decent chance he returns to the lineup Tuesday. Snider has singled in three at-bats against starter Adam Wainwright.