Part two of our spotlight on 2013 draft-eligible players continues with high school infielders and catchers.
The Area Code Games offer the best opportunity for MLB officials to evaluate amateur talent. Our resident former GM explains all.
Thanks to the new draft rules quite a few 2012 draftees are already playing, and already increasing their stock.
Doug wraps up his look at the top pitchers selected in the 2012 draft with five arms from the supplemental round, including the one with the draft’s best mechanics.
Taking a look at players whose careers were as productive as the average first-overall draft pick.
Evaluating the mechanics of six pitchers chosen in the middle of the first round of this year’s draft.
How does a player go from being undrafted to having a 1.60 ERA in the big leagues?
This week’s mailbag takes a look at Hall of Famers who were picked in later rounds of the draft, home team winning percentage in extra innings, and Matt Cain’s one-hitter.
Using the relative strength of each draft class can help us determine whether Brien Taylor really is the worst first-overall pick in history.
Taking a look at the most valuable players taken among the top 50 picks in the draft, Cy Young pitchers improving after winning the award, and more
Exploring the relationship between the number of high draft picks a team has and the amount of value it receives.
Investigating the first 10 rounds of the 1965-2001 drafts to determine which four-year school has produced the most major-league value.
How well did Jason fare in executing his plan for the LABR draft in Arizona?
The future of the Giants’ farm system will largely depend upon the team’s most recent draft.
Status of the First Round Picks