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2013 Jamestown Jammers Season Recap and Top 10 Prospects

2013 Jamestown Jammers Season Recap and Top 10 Prospects

The 2013 season was the first year for the Pirates in Jamestown, after ending their relationship with the State College Spikes over the 2012-13 off-season. Jamestown featured a lot of talented young players this year, although the makeup was a bit different from what State College was used to seeing. The pitchers were still young, but many of them were right out of college, rather than high school players from the previous year's draft. There were also a lot of talented hitters, which hasn't been the case in previous years, with many of the younger hitters getting promoted over State College to West Virginia. Below is a recap of the hitters and pitchers at the level, followed by the top ten prospects this year.
The Hitters

Harold Ramirez was the top prospect at the level. (Photo Credit: David Hague)

The top prospect at the level was clearly Harold Ramirez. The outfielder had a .285/.354/.409 line in a pitcher friendly league, with 11 doubles, four triples, and five homers. Ram...

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