This year's edition of the Prospect Handbook contained a record 902 scouting reports—we crammed 2005 first-round picks Justin Upton and Mike Pelfrey into the appendix after they signed late—but there still were plenty more where those came from. Every year, a few reports end up on the cutting-room floor. Players get bumped out of the book for a variety of reasons, such as trades or injuries. Then there's a case like the Marlins, who spent the offseason trading veterans for prospects, leading us to revise their top 30 list several times. Below are 42 players, listed alphabetically, who were in the Handbook at one point but didn't make the final cut. We like to call them "The 31st Team."