Baseball America continued their Best Tools lists today, looking at all of the players in full-season A-ball. Yesterday I wrote about how the Pittsburgh Pirates had a few guys make the list in the upper levels, including Elias Diaz being named the Best Defensive Catcher in the Eastern League, and Gregory Polanco being named the Best Batting Prospect and the Most Exciting Player in the International League.

The Pirates had two more prospects winning Best Tools honors in A-ball. Josh Bell was named the Best Batting Prospect in the Florida State League. He has since moved up to Double-A, but Bell posted a .335/.384/.502 line in 331 at-bats while he was in Bradenton. It's a little surprising that Tyler Glasnow didn't win any honors, although a lot of the pitching awards went to Jose Berrios...

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