The last time the Pittsburgh Pirates had a draft pick outside of the top 10 was in 2005 when they selected high school 5 tool player Andrew McCutchen. That pick has worked out nicely, proven by Cutch's All-Star Appearance last year. I'll never forget the 2007 draft though when the Pirates didn't select Matt Wieters with the number 4 overall selection. Some promising other names were still available on the board like Madison Bumgarner, JP Arencibia, Ben Revere, Jayson Heyward, and Rick Porcello. That's the beauty of a draft though. Scouts can look at a kid and think for sure that he's going to be a quality big league talent and the exact opposite could happen. How many fantasy football drafts this year wish they could have passed on Chris Johnson with the number 1 overall pick?
The 2007 selection of Daniel Moskos may have upset a lot of Bucs fans (myself included), but I think that Daniel could still be a very serviceable arm in the bullpen. Left handed pitchers with a fastball sitting in the mid 90s do not grow on trees nor do they typically have a low 80s MPH wipe out slider. Strangely enough though his splits show that he's better against right handed batters than lefties. However, lefties strike out more often against him and he seems to control the zone better. He's only got 24 big league innings under his belt and showed more improvement after the All-Star break last year.
I think Daniel will start on the opening day roster as one of 2 LHP in the bullpen. He may even make a spot start once in awhile if needed.