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Tuesday, December 6, 2022

Get 24% Off the 2014 Prospect Guide and Other Pirates Prospects Gear

The Pittsburgh Pirates pick 24th overall in today’s draft, which means it’s time for our annual draft sale in the Pirates Prospects store. Using the code “2014DRAFT”, you can get 24% off the 2014 Prospect Guide, as well as the same discount on Pirates Prospects shirts. The discount is unlimited, but doesn’t apply to clearance items, which are already discounted. Quantities are limited for both products. I’m on my last shipment of Prospect Guides, and won’t be ordering more when they’re gone. There are currently less than 50 shirts available.

The 2014 Prospect Guide features information on every prospect in the system coming into the year. It features scouting reports on each player, future potential, stats, and our original top 50 prospects. Even at mid-season, I use the book as a reference for almost every article I write. If you want to learn about the Pirates’ minor leaguers, then this is the best product to have.

All of the content on the site is free. Last month we averaged eight posts per day, all on the Pirates. That average usually goes way up in June and July with our coverage of the draft, international signing period, and trade deadline. We have original prospect reports from every level in the system.

The reason we can offer all of this coverage for free is due to the sales of the products on the site. It allows me to pay writers on the site, keep the site running, and most importantly, make sure that this is the only thing I have to focus on, thus allowing for timely updates on every topic that is Pirates related. So not only do you get a great product by purchasing from us, but you also continue to help the site grow and provide all of the content you want on the Pirates and their minor league system.

Use the code “2014DRAFT” and get 24% off Pirates Prospects items today.

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Tim started Pirates Prospects in 2009 from his home in Virginia, which was 40 minutes from where Pedro Alvarez made his pro debut in Lynchburg. That year, the Lynchburg Hillcats won the Carolina League championship, and Pirates Prospects was born from Tim's reporting along the way. The site has grown over the years to include many more writers, and Tim has gone on to become a credentialed MLB reporter, producing Pirates Prospects each year, and will publish his 11th Prospect Guide this offseason. He has also served as the Pittsburgh Pirates correspondent for Baseball America since 2019. Behind the scenes, Tim is an avid music lover, and most of the money he gets paid to run this site goes to vinyl records.

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