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Welcome to the PBN Around the Horn. Here you’ll find news and notes from across Major League Baseball, your Pittsburgh Pirates, and around the Sports Now network.

Since my fiancé is deep into our wedding planning at the moment, it got me thinking about marriage and identity, more specifically, the Pirate’s identity and what they are trying to develop. Today we are going to look at a specific tool in the system. Five prospects possess this tool in the Pirate’s system, and that tool, as my nephew’s favorite character, Lightning McQueen, would say, is SPEED!  

(DISCLAIMER, this list is in no way ranking these prospects) 

  1. Tsung-Che Cheng
  2. Kevin (Lolo) Sanchez
  3. Braylon Bishop 
  4. Ji-Hwan Bae 
  5. Jasiah Dixon

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Tuesday afternoon, I had the pleasure to give you guys my debut article for P2, and it dealt with a Pirates’ prospect who has faced his fair share of hardship. Who doesn’t like an underdog story?! Read up on Stephen Alemais and his revamped swing!

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