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KentuckyPirate

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Bucs Dugout Community Prospect #28

Phil Irwin is the Pirates' #27 prospect, collecting 24% of the vote. Irwin is coming off an injury but he still has his Philthy curveball. Like McFEAR, he is a guy who had jumped up a lot of boards...

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Bucs Dugout Community Prospect #27

Willy Garcia is the Pirates' #26 prospect, collecting 47% of the vote. Garcia, who was ranked all the way up at #11 by mlb.com, does have some impressive tools going for him. He might have the best...

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Bucs Dugout Community Prospect #26

Kyle McPherson is the Pirates' #25 prospect, collecting 45% of the vote. McFEAR jumped up a lot of charts after a strong 2012 that saw him make a solid debut for the Pirates. However, he was bitten...

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Bucs Dugout Community Prospect #25

Stetson Allie is the Pirates' #24 prospect, collecting 56% of the vote. Allie has a ton of raw power and he showed it off in a big way while demolishing the SALLY League to the tune of a 187 wRC+....

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Gregory Polanco: Devourer of Worlds

Why Gregory Polanco is a Grade A prospect: by KentuckyPirate

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Bucs Dugout Community Prospect List #24

Brandon Cumpton the Pirates' #23 prospect, collecting 41% of the vote, narrowly beating out Stetson Allie and staying in the lead long enough for me to publish this and name him the winner (unlike...

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Bucs Dugout Community Prospect #23

Jin-De Jhang is the Pirates' #22 prospect, collecting 34% of the vote, narrowly beating out Brandon Cumpton (who, in all honesty, was ahead the last time I checked and was the guy I named as the...

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Bucs Dugout Community Prospect #22

Wyatt Mathisen is the Pirates' #21 prospect, collecting 38% of the vote. Mathisen, a 2nd round pick in 2012, was seen as a good offensive catcher but struggled badly last year with a pretty...

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Bucs Dugout Community Prospect #21

Michael De La Cruz is the Pirates' #20 prospect, collecting 54% of the vote. De La Cruz had a monster year in the Dominican Summer league, thanks in large part, to an absurd 19.8% walk rate. He...

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Bucs Dugout Community Prospect #20

Cody Dickson is the Bucs' #19 prospect, collecting 33% of the vote to edge out fourth grader Michael De La Cruz. One of the better LHP prospects in the system, Dickson had a nice debut last season...

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Bucs Dugout Community Prospect #19

Blake Taylor is the Bucs' #18 prospect, collecting 42% of the vote. A 2nd round pick last year, the lefty had a strong debut in the GCL and was very young, only 17. Has a low-90's FB, solid...

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Consensus Top Prospect List

This should probably be a FanShot instead, but those get buried and nobody will ever see it. Since I think this is worth seeing, I decided to make it a FanPost which means that I have some words to...

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Bucs Dugout Community Prospect #18

Barrett Barnes is the Bucs' #17 prospect, collecting 36% of the vote. Barnes saw a dip in production across the board in 2013 and dealt with a series of injuries. The bigger concern for me is the...

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Bucs Dugout Community Prospect #17

JaCoby Jones is the Bucs' #16 prospect, collecting 31% of the vote in really close round. Honestly, I probably could have let this one go on a little longer and the results could have switched but...

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Bucs Dugout Community Prospect #16

Joely Rodriguez is the Bucs' #15 prospect, collecting 31% of the vote in a round that would never end because I'm still a d-bag. Rodriguez, a lefty, put up some good numbers but the K rate has...

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Bucs Dugout Community Prospect #15

Clay Holmes is the Bucs' #14 prospect, collecting 46% of the vote in a round that would never end because I'm a d-bag. Holmes had a very strong second half last season which, combined with his...

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Bucs Dugout Community Prospect #14

Stolmy Pimentel is the Bucs' #13 prospect, collecting 51% of the vote. As with Lambo (and the 11 guys before him)...that's pretty damn impressive. Last season, the former Red Sox top prospect had a...

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Community Prospect #13

Andrew Lambo is the Bucs' #12 prospect, collecting 37% of the vote. Let's be honest...that's pretty damn impressive. Last season, Lambo hit 33 combined home runs at age 24. His wRC+ in AA was 146...

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Community prospect #12

Harold Ramirez is the Bucs' #11 prospect, collecting 60% of the vote. Ramirez, 18, was named the #1 prospect in the NYPL. He has outstanding speed and is a good defender. He and Austin Meadows will...

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Bucs Dugout Community Prospect #11

Luis Heredia is the Bucs' #10 prospect, collecting 52% of the vote. Heredia had a disappointing 2013 season; he came to camp about 40 pounds overweight, causing him to miss half the season while...

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Bucs Dugout Community Prospect #10

Tony Sanchez is the Bucs' #9 prospect, collecting 56% of the vote. Sorry this one was up so long, frankly, I just didn't have time to post the next poll yesterday. In any event, Sanchez coming in...

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Bucs Dugout Community Prospect #9

Reese McGuire is the Bucs' #8 prospect, collecting 51% of the vote. I gave this one a second day as McGuire and Tony Sanchez were neck-and-neck at the end of day 1. McGuire took control in day 2...

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Bucs Dugout Community Prospect #8

Josh Bell is the Bucs' #7 prospect, collecting 42% of the vote. I left the poll up a little bit longer than normal because the two catchers -- McGuire and Sanchez -- were close enough that I wanted...

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Bucs Dugout Community Prospect #7

Nick Kingham is the Bucs' #6 prospect, collecting 57% of the vote with a 3-man race for second (which should make this round interesting). Kingham seems like a really safe prospect, or at least as...

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Bucs Dugout Community Prospect #6

Alen Hanson is the Bucs' #5 prospect, running away with this one by collecting 69% of the vote. Personally, I'm pretty high on Hanson despite his struggles at Altoona last year. I mentioned this in...

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Bucs Dugout Community Prospect #5

Austin Meadows is the Bucs' #4 prospect, collecting 53% of the vote. The race was neck and neck with Alen Hanson after the first day, but Meadows ran away with it on Day 2. The Pirates' top draft...

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Bucs Dugout Community Prospect #4

Tyler Glasnow is the Bucs #3 prospect after getting 57% of the vote. Meadows had a decent showing but I thought he'd get a few more votes. Still, it's not all that surprising after Glasnow's...

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Bucs Dugout Community Prospect #3

Jameson Taillon wins the #2 prospect spot with 88% of the vote. So far, it hasn't been all that competitive. Polanco ran away with round 1 and Taillon blew away the competition in round 2. I think...

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Bucs Dugout Community Prospect list #2

Gregory Polanco wins the Number 1 prospect spot with 77% of the vote. I thought Polanco would win, especially given his strong showing in the DWL, but I'll admit that I was pretty stunned by the...

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Bucs Dugout Community Prospect list

Hey BD'ers! So we did one of these last year and I thought it was a lot of fun. We're getting close-ish to the return of baseball and I figured that this might be a decent time to try it again. I...

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