The Pittsburgh Pirates had a quiet trade deadline.
They dealt away Daniel Vogelbach, Jose Quintana, Chris Stratton, and cash considerations.
In return: RHP Colin Holderman (for Vogelbach), RHP Johan Oviedo and 1B Malcom Nunez (for Quintana/Stratton), and RHP Jeremy Beasley (for cash).
It's not exactly Juan Soto and Josh Bell.
There aren't many players to choose from, but for this edition of Prospect Roundtable, we each picked the player who stood out the most.
JOHN DREKER: Malcom Nunez, 1B
I'm not 100% sold on his power being a legit tool due to the crazy home/road splits this year, but Nunez has the most upside of the small group of new players. At 21 years old, he has shown solid walk and strikeout rates throughout his career, while hitting for some power. The fact that he ...
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