Pittsburgh Pirates Prospects: Two Left-Handed Pitchers Deserving of an Extended Look in 2024

The Pirates have two left-handed pitching prospects who deserve an extended look in the Majors in 2024.

Bishop Eustace's Anthony Solometo delivers a pitch during Bishop Eustace's 2-0 victory over Ocean
Bishop Eustace's Anthony Solometo delivers a pitch during Bishop Eustace's 2-0 victory over Ocean / Chris LaChall/Courier-Post via Imagn
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The Pittsburgh Pirates have two left-handed pitching prospects who deserve an extended look in the majors in 2024

The Pittsburgh Pirates are relying on their young pitching prospects, for better or for worse. If a few things go right, the Pirates could have a rock-solid pitching core for the years to come. Paul Skenes, Jared Jones, Mike Burrows, Bubba Chandler, Thomas Harrington, and Braxton Ashcraft could all make their debuts in 2024, if not play vital roles to a hopefully successful Pirates team.

But all of these pitchers are right-handed pitchers. The Pirates have some left-handed pitchers who are also deserving of a look in the Major Leagues next season. The names we will talk about today could get an extended stay with the Pirates and could secure themselves a spot in the team’s long-term plans.