MLB Rumors: Pittsburgh Pirates Set Condition For Any Bryan Reynolds Trade

The biggest name on the trade market this offseason is undoubtedly Pittsburgh Pirates outfielder Bryan Reynolds. But with an All-Star appearance already under his belt and three years of team control, it'll take a huge haul to get him. According to MLB Insider Jon Morosi, in fact, the Pirates have set the starting price for the package they'd be looking for. 

Morosi says the Pirates will be looking for "at least one top starting pitcher to headline the package — such as Bobby Miller (Los Angeles Dodgers' No. prospect) or Ricky Tiedemann (Toronto Blue Jays No. 1 prospect), both of whom rank among the top 40 prospects" in all of baseball.

An earlier report called the package the Pirates would be looking for, a "Soto-like package", which harkens back to the hefty return of prospects and young major leaguers that the Washington Nationals pried loose from the San Diego Padres in return for All-Star Juan Soto at this past year's trade deadline. 

Reynolds, a center fielder, was an All-Star in 2021, batting .302 with an OPS of .912. This past season he hit a career-high 27 home runs while maintaining an OPS over .800. 

The Toronto Blue Jays, New York Yankees and Los Angeles Dodgers are said to be teams hot in the mix for Reynolds. 

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