Reserve Your MLB Prospects Guide

Reserve Your MLB Prospects Guide

Haven't reserved your copy of the Prospects Guide yet? Time is running out to get your full-color, 84-page, 2008 Prospects Guide, covering all 30 big league farm systems. Reserve your copy now by becoming an annual subscriber to!

Order an annual subscription to by January 10th and receive the 2008 full-color 84-page Prospects Guide.

That's right folks, it is's second annual issue.

# All 30 major league teams and their top prospects
# 84 full-color pages
# The Top 300 Prospects
# Fantasy Alert - Impact Rookies for each team
# Over 600 total prospects covered
# Much, MUCH more!

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For those of you that are already annual subscribers, you'll need to update your shipping address in your Account Profile so we know where to ship.

If you're currently a monthly or 3-month subscriber, simply upgrade to the Annual Pass to receive the magazine. You can do this online, or you can call our Sales Center at 1-888-501-5752.

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But to get the 2008 Prospect Guide (shipping March 1), you'll need to be a Annual Total Access Pass member by January 10th. If you haven't subscribed by then, the first magazine you'll receive will be the '09 version.

This is a limited time offer only to our valued Annual Subscribers. Anyone who purchases an annual subscription after January 10th will have to wait until 2009 for their first issue.

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