Found December 02, 2012 on The Cardinal Nation blog:
Once again, it is time for the unveiling of our annual The Cardinal Nation/Scout.com Top 40 Prospect List, back for its eighth year. Starting with number 40 on Monday, December 3 and each day throughout the period we call “40 Days, 40 Nights, 40 Cardinals Prospects”, a new top St. Louis Cardinals prospect will be disclosed, with the process carrying us well into the New Year. Here is the link to the schedule of articles and more details about “40 Days, 40 Nights, 40 Cardinals Prospects for 2013.” Follow me on Twitter. Follow The Cardinal Nation Blog on Facebook. Tweet This Post
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