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That’s right, it’s time for B3 to become a bit of a Home Shopping Network for the Minor League fans out there. I know there are those of you who haven’t gotten the perfect gift for the prospect geek in your life. So here are some last-minute suggestions and using B3′s contacts, we were able to russle up some discounts for you along the way:
Minor League Baseball Analyst 2009
By Deric McKamey
Description: Deric McKamey’s Minor League Baseball Analyst is the first book to
fully integrate sabermetrics and scouting. A long-term Bill James
disciple and graduate of Major League Baseball’s scout school, Deric
provides his unique brand of analysis for over 1000 minor leaguers.
B3 Discount: At the end of the ordering process, type in mlba57 into the coupon code field and get $1 off.
Baseball America 2009 Prospect Handbook
By Baseball America writers
The 2009 Baseball America Prospect Handbook is
the definitive annual reference title on prospects. This book profiles the top
30 prospects in each organization–900 prospect reviews in all! Also, the
handbook ranks each organization’s talent and provides in-depth analysis of
every team’s draft. Whether you want to win your fantasy league or just study
your team’s future stars, the Baseball America 2009 Prospect Handbook is your
guide to success.
Minnesota Twins Prospect Handbook — 2009
By Seth Stohs, SethSpeaks.net
Description: The author of the the fine Twins blog, SethSpeaks.net offers this in-depth look at the Twins system. In an organization that values scouting and player development as much as any, Stohs offers up over 175 profiles of Minor Leaguers who could make a contribution in the Twin Cities in the future.
Price: Normally $12.95 for the paperback and $8.00 for the download, the price has been dropped by $1 for B3 readers for this week.
The Newberg Report — 2009 bound edition
By Jamey Newberg
Description: Newberg’s tenth annual book on the Texas Rangers. It’s approximately 300 pages
commemorating the 2008 season. … includes the recognition of a farm system that had risen in one
year from one of baseball’s worst to one of its best and was poised to
start supplying the big club with the first of several waves of
high-end talent.Included are rankings and analysis of more than 70 Rangers prospects, broken down by position.
B3 Discount: When you pay via PayPal, write that you came from B3 to order the book in the comments section and Newberg will refund $1.
Enjoy — if people out there know of other good prospect books, let me know and I can add them in future posts.