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Each of them has a Sunlight is for plants shirt(I know that’s the laziest response of all time). Further, I would say they went with a lot of potential high floor guys. None of these players will see the MLB this season but having a lot of high floor arms in the minors, guys who have potential to be middle relievers or swing man starters, can help depth quite a bit. I highly doubt the Pirates looked at any of Flowers, Grant, or Matthiesen and said “he could be a great reliever”. They are viewing all those guys as starters off the bat. They took Gorski and Triolo DEFINITELY thinking they can add power. Gorski was over aggressive this year which hurt his production. He’s got natural plus power and they’ll work with him to sit back and allow it to manifest naturally. As for Triolo, he has potential for 40 2B’s, and 15 HRs a year if they can help improve his bat speed. With the focus now on exit velocity and launch angle, I see the Pirates as having a lot of confidence in developing these guys.