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Pirates Have Four in MLB.com’s Top 100 Prospects

Pirates Have Four in MLB.com’s Top 100 Prospects

MLB.com will be releasing their top 100 prospects tonight, announcing the top 50 live on MLB Network and MLB.com. I'll have this post updated throughout the night as the position of different Pirates are announced.

UPDATE 9:10 PM: The 51-100 rankings have been posted to MLB.com. Alen Hanson comes in at #54, and Gregory Polanco comes in at #65. They've counted down from 50 to 39 on the broadcast and no other Pirates have been announced.

UPDATE 9:18 PM: They've announced down to pick number 27, and no Luis Heredia. Noah Syndergaard was rated 29th, and was the number 10 right-handed pitcher. So it looks like Heredia didn't make the top 100. Jameson Taillon and Gerrit Cole will both be on the list, giving the Pirates four prospects in the top 100.

UPDATE 9:28 PM: Jameson Taillon comes in ranked 15th.

UPDATE 9:36 PM: Gerrit Cole is ranked 9th.

UPDATE 10:54 PM: In the sidebar of this article is a points ranking system, awarding points based on where teams had prospects ranked....

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