I'm going to go throw up, then I'll be back to give some thoughts.
UPDATE 12:50 PM: So hopefully this is Passan just speculating. He did say Pittsburgh "could" be a landing spot. His comments on Glasnow are more speculation. But it seems like he's basing all of this on some sort of knowledge, otherwise why just come out and mention the Pirates and Glasnow?
I don't think the Pirates need starting pitching. I don't think Norris is a starting pitcher who should require a top prospect. If the Pirates were setti...
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