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Our long national nightmare is over: Bryan Morris traded to Marlins

http://www.mlbtraderumors.com/

The Marlins announced that they have acquired right-hander Bryan Morris from the Pirates in exchange for the No. 39 overall pick in the 2014 draft. The No. 39 pick is Miami’s Competitive Balance Round A selection and is worth roughly $1.58MM.

"We feel this trade will have a positive impact on our organization in the short, moderate and long term," said Bucs GM Neal Huntington in Pittsburgh’s press release. "In the short term, this trade will add a quality prospect to our system that will enhance our ability to make additional prospect for major league player type deals while helping us to better sustain crucial prospect depth. Additionally, we feel we have made this move from a position of strength as we have kept our core bullpen intact. In the moderate and long term, we add an additional first-round talent that we project to play a significant role on future Pirates’ teams."

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