All posts tagged "Jameson Taillon"

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    Links: Underrated Players, Prospect Watch

    Two links for the day to national articles that mention the Pirates: Jayson Stark calls McCutchen the most underrated center fielder in baseball. -Jayson Stark at ESPN has a list of the All-Underrated Team in Major League Baseball.  Stark lists Andrew McCutchen as the most underrated center fielder, pointing out that McCutchen...

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    Baseball America 2011 Top 10 Prospects

    Taillon is the number one prospect for the Pirates, and the projected number one starter in 2014. Baseball America released their 2011 top 10 prospects for the Pittsburgh Pirates, which was compiled by Dejan Kovacevic.  The rankings can be found here, and for BA subscribers, you can read scouting reports on each...

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    Highlights From Frank Coonelly’s MLB.com Chat

    Frank Coonelly held his monthly chat on MLB.com this afternoon.  You can read the transcript here.  Some of the highlights of the chat: -Coonelly mentions that the Pirates are looking to add a bullpen piece or two.  He also said that adding Kevin Correia, and adding Scott Olsen to compete for the...

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    Jameson Taillon on Project Prospect’s Top 25

    Taillon was named the #10 prospect in baseball by Project Prospect. Project Prospect, a great independent prospect evaluation outlet, released their top 25 prospects for the 2011 season yesterday, and listed Jameson Taillon as the number 10 overall prospect.  Taillon was the only Pirates prospect to make the list, but ended up...

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    BP's top 11 Pirates prospects

    Kevin Goldstein of Baseball Prospectus published full scouting reports for his Top 11 Pirates prospects very early this morning. He also released his rankings for prospects 12-20. Since the Pirates were the first organization on the schedule, the information is available to non-subscribers for free. That is a nice...

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    Baseball America 2010 Draft Report Card

    The 2010 draft will be heavily graded on the performance of Taillon. Baseball America released their draft report card (subscription required) today, detailing the early results of how the 2010 draft worked out for the Pittsburgh Pirates.  In summary: -A lot of focus was placed on Jameson Taillon and Stetson Allie, for...

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    Stephen Strasburg and the Risk of Injury to Pitchers

    Should Pirates fans be worried about a future injury to Taillon? The big news around baseball today is that Washington Nationals starter Stephen Strasburg will require Tommy John surgery, putting him on the sidelines for at least the next year.  The Nationals took Strasburg with the first overall pick in the 2009...

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    Changes at the Top — Impact of the Pirates’ Draft

    The Pirates’ 2010 draft signings changed the profile of their farm system in a hurry.  Earlier in the season, the system had graduated several top prospects in Pedro Alvarez, Jose Tabata and Brad Lincoln, as well as Neil Walker, who’s suddenly re-emerged as one of the organization’s best young talents.  We’ve each...

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    Pirates sign Taillon, Allie

    It is frustrating being a Pirates fan. Most nights conclude with a disgusted shut-down of the television, followed by nightmares of mental and physical errors. Loss after loss piles onto your shoulders. But for one night, it felt good to be a Pirates fan.

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    Pirates sign Jameson Taillon

    Chuck Finder reports that first round pick Jameson Taillon has signed with the Pirates.

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