Pirates & Mariners




Pirates & Mariners

February 12, 2023


Name Age Level P1 P2 Availablility Years AFV Salary Surplus Low Median High
Brash 25 Majors SP Low 6 20 5.5 14.5 11.6 14.5 17.4
Ford Minors C 23.2 18.6 23.2 27.8
Miller Minors RHP 11.2 9 11.2 13.4
Young Minors SS 15.7 12.6 15.7 18.8


Name Age Level P1 P2 Availablility Years AFV Salary Surplus Low Median High
Reynolds 27 Majors OF Medium 3 98 33.8 64.2 51.4 64.2 77.1
1 Comment
  1. Aidan Donoviel

    SEA: How about this outfield: Reynolds, J Rod, and Teoscar Hernandez. My goodness. This, along with their solid infield, young, talented pitching staff, and a rising star at catcher, would make them a lock for the playoffs, while giving the Astros stiff competition and making the AL West a close race. the price is hefty, their top 3 prospects and young talented Matt Brash, but it would be worth it. One could also see this as an overpay, but I would pull the trigger if I was GM Jerry Dipito, who is very trade happy.

    PIT: You want top, high level pitching both prospect and major league? Say no less. Matt Brash has a filthy breaking ball (Slurve?) and slots at best a #1-3 in the rotation and at worst like a closer or high leverage bullpen arm. Seriously he is talented. Bryce Miller (Sea #2, Mlb #98) had a breakout year, vaulting himself into top 100 prospect lists around the country. Those are arms that the Pirates should be elated to have. Oh, and Harry Ford (Sea #1, Mlb #49) is a five tool catcher who you could probably slot in the outfield or at first with his speed(!) and athleticism. 3 high end catching prospects in Ford, Rodriguez, and Davis? Sign me up. Put Rodriguez at 2nd or in the outfield, put Ford in the outfield, and put Davis behind the plate. PHENOMENAL. We haven’t even gotten to Cole Young (Sea #3), last years 1st round selection by SEA who would add another elite athlete to the PIT system.

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