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A More Refined Approach: Quinn Priester Maturing Into Better Pitcher (+)



Pirates Prospects

After another disappointing season at the major league level, the Pittsburgh Pirates and their fans are forced to look toward the future. A key component to the Pirates’ future is former first-round pick Quinn Priester.

The 22-year-old Priester was drafted 18th overall in the 2019 MLB Draft and has risen through the Pirates’ ranks at a good clip.

To start the ’22 season, Priester was sidelined due to an oblique injury. Priester’s oblique kept him out of live game action until June 9, when he made a rehab start for the Pirates’ Single-A affiliate in Bradenton.

Priester then moved up to High-A in Greensboro on June 14, marking his final rehab start before making his Double-A debut on June 19.

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