Mason Martin, Oneil Cruz and Matt Fraizer all had decent weeks if you squint hard enough.
Instead of doing the top 30 I will be narrowing in on the top 15 and have decided to add 5 of my own.
I had a lot of fun going through this and would love to hear from the peanut gallery. Who’d Fangraphs get wrong here? Who did they overvalue? Undervalue? Who’d they leave off?
With news that the MLBPA and owners are finally talking about the big stuff, I think it’s time we got back on the horse.
In this installment we will be taking a look at David Bednar’s trade value. I have to admit, I’ve tried to start this a few times and I just couldn’t get it going, as I just can’t make sense of moving Bednar right now for a few reasons
The guys are back, talking about an uncomfortable subject. Spend some time reading this piece and you’ll stop taking most of the rumors you read seriously about this player.
As the saying goes, all good things must come to an end. Here we are, at the end. There will be no more walks, or homeruns or wins for the Bucs or any of their affiliates. So I present you with the last installment of the Top 30 Trends.
9-28-21 – By Justin Verno – @JV_PITT on Twitter Greetings from Ocean City Maryland where, between the beach and beers (OK, a lot of beers) I’ve been able to get this done. Man oh man what a great week for the Pirates system. A few real good looks here. To get into this I thinkContinue reading “Pirates Top 30 Prospect Trend Report”
9-21-21 – By Justin Verno – @JV_PITT on Twitter The big news of the day? While there aren’t any FV bumps for any of the Bucs prospects the Pirates system now ranks as the second best system on Fangraphs. The Rays had a few guys graduate making room for the Bucs system to jump upContinue reading “Pirates Top 30 Prospect Trend Report”
Another week down and still no changes to the Buccos system. No one got bumped or even moved up or down while keeping their FV numbers. I have to admit, I’m honestly surprised by this.