Found December 18, 2012 on Pirates Prospects:
Now that the 2013 Prospect Guide is complete, I’m starting my focus on the site content in 2013. For information on the book, see the links and notes section below. I’m anticipating some big improvements for the site in 2013. One big change is that I’ll be moving to Bradenton in February. That will allow me to provide daily coverage of Spring Training, the Bradenton Marauders, the GCL Pirates, and when the time comes, instructs and mini camps. The main reason I’m moving is to provide better coverage for the site. I’m also looking to expand the coverage in other areas, and will be looking for outside help. Those areas are as follows. Major League Coverage In 2013 we will have 1-2 positions open for major league coverage. The coverage will be strongly focused on statistics and an analytical approach. Priority will be given to those who can cover games live in Pittsburgh. If you can’t cover games live, you could still provide analysis, although it would have to be strongly supported wi...
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