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Morning Report: Ranking a New Prospect

Morning Report: Ranking a New Prospect

The Pittsburgh Pirates picked up right-handed pitcher Angel Sanchez off waivers from the Chicago White Sox on July 31st. It was a busy day in the sense that trade rumors were flying all day and picking up Sanchez wasn't anything more than trading one minor league pitcher (placing Josh Wall on waivers) for a better pitcher. It turned out that it wasn't even that trade-off because the Pirates kept Josh Wall when he cleared waivers. Anyway, getting back to Sanchez, where would he rank in the Pirates system if we actually updated the list now?

Sanchez made his debut in the Pirates system earlier this month (photo credit: Donald Lancaster)

I'll start off by saying that this is just my own preference and I haven't spent nearly half the amount of time putting the list together as I will whe...

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