It’s old news by now, but Pittsburgh Pirates outfielder Bryan Reynolds requested to be traded earlier in the offseason.
Even with the request, the Pirates have been hesitant to move their 2021 All-Star and the asking price to obtain his services remains quite high, and rightfully so.
Reynolds has been one of the better centerfielders in baseball since the start of the 2021 season.
Over the past two seasons, Reynolds has combined to hit .283 with an .861 OPS, 54 doubles, 51 home runs and 152 RBIs.
In addition to his All-Star appearance in 2021, Reynolds finished 11th in the National League MVP race that season and was a Gold Glove finalist.
Now, the Pirates are facing a dilemma, and they have three routes by which they could choose to proceed.