It's difficult to predict what any team will do in the MLB draft these days.
Even when the Pirates had the first overall pick, we didn't know the direction they would take until draft day. We didn't see their 2021 plan fully play out until weeks later when they signed all of their over-slot prep picks.
The Pirates have the fourth pick on Sunday, and this year's draft class is just as unpredictable. With that in mind, I asked our writers who they want in the first round, and what type of strategy they want to see.
For a preview of who is available, check out John Dreker's breakdown from earlier this week.
If I was picking for the Pirates, my draft strategy going in could change depending on the first three picks. I'm going for Druw Jones or Jackson Holliday if either ...
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