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talent bucket
 n.— «When Cardinals vice president of player procurement Jeff Luhnow cites the organization’s line of prospects, he refers to the club’s “player portfolio.” Asked about the team’s board for last week’s player draft, Luhnow refers to “talent buckets.”» —“Cards Insider: Team shifts draft focus, zero in on prep players” by Joe Strauss St. Louis Post-Dispatch June 11, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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