The Brewers landed big-time value with their 2020 draft class, and here’s how we graded it out.
Mike Shirley and the White Sox went all-in on pitching early, and often with their 2020 draft class.
Miami head coach Gino DiMare has seen a plethora of talent come through that program over the years, and says that guys like Freddy Zamora “don’t grow on trees.”
Central Michigan head coach Jordan Bischell thinks that Brewers’ third-rounder Zavier Warren landed in a perfect spot.
Listen to Patrick Flowers and Refugio H.S.’s Jarod Kay discuss the newest White Sox prospect.
“The sky’s the limit,” for new White Sox draftee Jared Kelley according to his Refugio high school head coach.
The White Sox scored big in the second round by taking Jared Kelley, a flame-throwing righty from Texas.
The White Sox address their left-handed pitching need early by taking Garrett Crochet at No. 11.
The Brewers needed to big-time value with their first round pick to help infuse a dilapidated farm. Garrett Mitchell was just what the doctor ordered.
The Chicago White Sox entered Wednesday night’s draft in need of left-handed pitching, and they got just that with their first round selection of Tennessee southpaw, Garrett Crochet.