Ronny Cedeno held down the shortstop position for the Pirates last season, appearing in 128 games. Despite some mental lapses and odd plays, Ronny wasn’t too bad as the starting shortstop. However, the Pirates declined his option in the offseason and brought in veteran Clint Barmes for a two-year deal. Barmes, who played under manager Clint Hurdle in Colorado, was considered an upgrade to Cedeno. But Barmes hasn’t played to the expectations of Pirates fans so far this season. Here’s a breakdown of the two shortstops in their time with the Bucs.