Yesterday marked the release of the 2011 Pirates Prospects Annual, an outstanding look at the 2011 Pittsburgh Pirates, with a look at previous rebuilding plans, and some in-depth analysis of other topics, such as Andrew McCutchen's defense. Matt Bandi put the book together, and did a great job, to the point where the $5.00 selling price seems like a huge steal. The Annual also includes:
Profiles and 2011 projections for all players on the 40-man roster, plus bonus profiles for non-roster players who have received an invite to the major league portion of spring training
Full career projections for Andrew McCutchen, Pedro Alvarez, Jose Tabata andNeil Walker, plus extensive analysis on the results
Projected platoon splits for major league position players
A detailed look at how the ...
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