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2011 Pirates Prospects Guide Cover

2011 Pirates Prospects Guide Cover

In between the almost 30 posts to cover the winter meetings over the last three days, I've also been working on the cover of the 2011 Pirates Prospects Prospect Guide.  The book is around 180 pages, and I'm hoping to have it completed in the next few weeks.  There is no release date yet, although I'm aiming for the middle of January.

I'm very excited with how the book is coming along so far.  It includes over 150 reports from players with prospect eligibility who played in the US, along with a little over 70 profiles of the international prospects.  The book will also include references such as Rule 5 and Minor League Free Agent eligibility projections, top draft and international bonuses in team history, draft recaps for the last several years (including all announced bonuses), a 2011 ...

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