Baseball America released their top 100 prospects today, and four Pittsburgh Pirates made the list. The release of Baseball America's list means that pretty much all of the major prospect lists have been released. We've already heard from Jonathan Mayo of MLB.com, Keith Law, and Baseball Prospectus. John Sickels is expected to release his list on Friday. For now, let's take a look at how the Pirates prospects have stacked up on each list.
*Mentioned as one of ten prospects who just missed the top 100
The lists had anywhere from four to six people ranked. Baseball America and MLB.com each had four players in the top 100. Luis Heredia was mentioned as one of ten players who just missed the cut for Baseball America, while MLB.com didn't release any such lists. Baseball Prospectus had ...
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