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Keith Law’s Top 10 Pirates Prospects

Keith Law’s Top 10 Pirates Prospects

Law has Zack Dodson rated higher than any other outlet.

Along with his top 100 prospect list, Keith Law has released his top ten prospects for each team.

The list for the Pittsburgh Pirates starts out in the exact order as order in the top 100 list. Gerrit Cole comes in first, followed in order by Jameson Taillon, Josh Bell, Starling Marte, and Robbie Grossman. Luis Heredia, who was on Law's list of players who just missed the top 100, came in sixth.

The next player was Kyle McPherson, who Law rated seventh. McPherson was followed by Stetson Allie, Colton Cain, and Zack Dodson.

The big surprise on the list was Dodson, as this is the highest he's been rated. That's not to say the rating isn't deserved, as Dodson put up strong numbers when healthy last year, and shows some good movement on his pitches. Dodson was ranked 21st in the 2012 Prospect Guide. Baseball America had him 23rd, Baseball Prospectus didn't have him in the top 20, and John Sickels had him 15th.

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