The first week of the minor league season has wrapped up, and the Pittsburgh Pirates have seen some solid starts in their farm system, including a lot of offense from the Indianapolis Indians.
This week I asked each Pirates Prospects writer to give me the player who stood out to them the most in the first week. The mix of picks was solid, with one top ten guy, one other top twenty prospect, two guys just outside of the top 30, and a relief sleeper to follow.
Here are the Pirates prospects who stood out in week one.
Tim Williams: Cal Mitchell, RF
A lot of focus this offseason went to the Pirates leaving Mason Martin and Cal Mitchell unprotected for a Rule 5 draft that was ultimately cancelled. Both got off to hot starts in week one, showing that the Pirates may have lucked out in ke...
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