Pirates Activate Bryan Reynolds from Injured List

Prior to Monday’s game against the Chicago Cubs, the Pittsburgh Pirates announced that outfielder Bryan Reynolds has been activated off of the 10-day Injured List. To make room for him on the 26-man roster, Jake Marisnick has been placed on the 10-day Injured List with a sprained toe. Reynolds was placed on the IL on July 11th with an oblique strain. Marisnick was activated from the 60-day IL that same day, so they are just trading places again on the IL/roster.

Reynolds, who is batting second and starting in center field, is hitting .261/.343/.465 in 83 games this year. Marisnick was hitting well during his brief time back, putting up a .357/.400/.714 slash line in 30 plate appearances.

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Oh no! What a horrible time for Marisnick to sprain his toe. Going to absolutely kill his trade value…

Seriously. A sprained toe. If that isn’t thumbing your nose at the roster rules gods, I don’t know what is.


No rehab and immediate insertion into the lineup possibly with an eye toward maintaining his trade value. I suspect Reynolds would like to be traded and BC would like to trade him. I doubt any team will pony up a prospect package to make it happen though.


I think that is a bit of a misguided hot take…..I think BC does NOT want to trade him and thinks we can make some moves to be competitive next year and a winning team in 2024


We sure need his bat and his leadership.

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