FILE - In this April 8, 2018, file photo, Pittsburgh Pirates starting pitcher Jameson Taillon reacts after being doused by teammate Gregory Polanco as he waits to be interviewed after throwing a complete baseball game, a one-hit shutout against the Cincinnati Reds, in Pittsburgh. The Pirates believe their young core of starting pitching, fronted by Taillon and Tevor Williams, that seemed to get better as 2018 wore on, are ready for another massive step forward in 2019.
FILE - In this April 8, 2018, file photo, Pittsburgh Pirates starting pitcher Jameson Taillon reacts after being doused by teammate Gregory Polanco as he waits to be interviewed after throwing a complete baseball game, a one-hit shutout against the Cincinnati Reds, in Pittsburgh. The Pirates believe their young core of starting pitching, fronted by Taillon and Tevor Williams, that seemed to get better as 2018 wore on, are ready for another massive step forward in 2019. File AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar
FILE - In this April 8, 2018, file photo, Pittsburgh Pirates starting pitcher Jameson Taillon reacts after being doused by teammate Gregory Polanco as he waits to be interviewed after throwing a complete baseball game, a one-hit shutout against the Cincinnati Reds, in Pittsburgh. The Pirates believe their young core of starting pitching, fronted by Taillon and Tevor Williams, that seemed to get better as 2018 wore on, are ready for another massive step forward in 2019. File AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar