Over the last few weeks I've mentioned on Twitter that I've been working on the 2011 Pirates Prospects handbook, yet I don't think I've mentioned it on the site yet (at least not in it's own post). Last year I wanted to do a handbook, but formatting the project took so long that I didn't have a chance to write it all (I also started later in the off-season). Over the last few weeks I have been working daily on the 2011 handbook, with the goal of having it done by December, so that it can be released in late-January (with December and January used for off-season edits).
So far the book contains:
-The top 50 prospects: We've been working on the top 50 list, and have an initial ranking of the top 50. I expect this to change as the off-season goes on.
-Bio info for each player in t...
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