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Keith Law Releases His Top Ten Pirates Prospects

Keith Law Releases His Top Ten Pirates Prospects

Keith Law wraps up his prospect rankings this week with his top ten prospects for every NL team. Here is his list of NL Central top ten prospects, along with the write up on the players for ESPN Insider subscribers.

The top seven prospects went in the same order that Law had them listed in the top 100. Gregory Polanco was first, followed in order by Tyler Glasnow, Jameson Taillon, Austin Meadows, Nick Kingham, Alen Hanson, and Josh Bell.

Reese McGuire was next on the list, coming in at number eight. Law says he has a very high floor as a premium defender behind the plate, with a tremendous arm and improved receiving skills.

Harold Ramirez was next, being ranked at number nine. Law singles him out as a sleeper to watch, saying he looks like he can hit for high averages with a ton of extra base hits in an outfield corner role.

Rounding out the top ten was Luis Heredia, who Law points out is hard to grade due to his age. He says that if Heredia was graduating from high school ...

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