July 30th (so used to saying the 31st) is right around the corner, and that means that trade talks are going to ramp up drastically. We’ve already seen Adam Frazier shipped off to the Padres, and Tyler Anderson and Richard Rodriguez are likely on the way out. Maybe sprinkle in Chad Kuhl if you’d like.Continue reading “The Trade Piece That Isn’t Getting Enough Attention”
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Two Guys Talkin’ Trades – The Reaches
I feel like today is a good opportunity to look at the values for Clay Holmes, Chad Kuhl, and David Bednar.
Time for the MLB Draft to Evolve
You know, it’s really hard to get excited for the MLB draft. I mean this season the Pirates have the number one overall and I bet even that will only prompt real nuts die hands to watch. It’s not an event, little drama, the athlete’s stories are often pretty vanilla, and you know for damnContinue reading “Time for the MLB Draft to Evolve”
Two Guys Talking Trades – With Joe Boyd and Justin Verno 6-7-21 Jacob Stallings
Justin and Joe are back and this week they’re taking a look at Jacob Stallings.
Don’t Be Shocked if Joe Musgrove is the Only Other Move Before the Season
Now, before we dig in on this please don’t confuse this with the team feeling they’re competitive or asking far too much for assets, no, this is more about reading the tea leaves and making some assumptions based on what the market is telling us.
Where is All the Adam Frazier Buzz?
His name has been a popular choice when people talk about the Pirates continuing the rebuild of the system but as we sit here in the middle of the third trade cycle since is it fair to assume nobody is interested?
It’s Too Early to Guess Pirates 2021 Record
I probably get asked 20 times a week how many games the Pirates will win next season, most of those come with a prediction of 50 or something outlandish like that.
Five Pirates Thoughts at Five 12-28-20
Probably the last Five Thoughts of 2020
Why the Pirates Can’t Build on This Core
Let me start by saying this, it’s not all about money. Certainly some of it is but even the Dodgers would take two looks at this roster and turn it over. Now, they wouldn’t go about it in the same way, but they certainly wouldn’t rest on this roster believing they were close.
The Jameson Taillon Effect
In 2010 the Pittsburgh Pirates selected a stud right handed pitcher straight out of high school in Texas named Jameson Taillon and while nobody could justifiably call him a bust he certainly has had a rocky and injury plagued career.