Once a week there will be a Pittsburgh Pirates Prospect roundup on the minor leaguers in the Pirate’s farm system and their stats. It is September and the minor league seasons are over. This will be the final Prospect Roundup of the year.
These articles contain the top 30 prospect’s for the Pittsburgh Pirates and their main stats for the season thus far. This will give you an easy and accessible page to view a prospect’s roundup and how they are doing on the year. The hitter stats will include batting average, RBIs, and OPS, some will have home-runs if they are suppose to be power hitting prospects. Pitcher stats will include their win-loss record, ERA, and their strike outs to walks on the season.
The site contributors got to together and created this list after putting together a formula that consists of a number of stats, intangibles, and watching film on them. The stats that were used were based on their previous season performance and their career stat lines. With that being said, stats make up the bulk of how they are rated. Through this we put the Pittsburgh Pirates prospects in a tiered system, but for these updates it will be easier to use the traditional 1-30 rankings:
Relief RHP, Edgar Santana, AAA: 0-0, 5.06ERA, 12k/6BB, 13 Games 16 IP.
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Give comments below about the prospects roundup and your thoughts on how they are performing thus far. You can also ask questions about specific prospects on the prospects roundup if you would like to know more about them.
Also, thanks to the readers who followed along with prospect roundups all season. They are straight forward, but I really enjoy seeing how prospects numbers would jump or drop from week to week. Furthermore, I am Looking this offseason for an updated top thirty list!