There is some hope for Flynn Bernard who was torching the AA level before a poor AAA run after the minor league all-star break. Bernard as an All-Star in AA but didn't have the same results in AAA. The 21 year old throws hard and still has a little room to improve so it isn't out of the realm of possibility he could have a career as a low innings reliever or a lefty specialist.
Who Won the Trade
I'm going to give the early edge to Boise (leaning Push) only because having starting pitching is very important. But the edge is only slight when you look at how the trade benefits Portland. Marin was making $8 million and Portland needed to trim salary. Can either Morin or Bernard perform as professionals? Odds are not in their favor. Bernard is a potential 55 ranked player so the game sees some hopes for him. Portland needed cheap, young guys and both of these fit that bill. But the warts may be too much to overcome. In the grand scheme of the history of both franchises, I don't think either Boise or Portland are going to see this as a won or loss trade. If the trade is even remembered in a few seasons at all.