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  1. MLB Draft: Anthony Ranaudo sends Boston a clear message from Cape...

    Jason A. Churchill

    Anthony Ranaudo is sending the Boston Red Sox a clear message from the Cape League: It's time to sign me. The RHP has yet to allow an earned run.

    Blog | Conversation | July 12, 2010
  2. Wimmers vs. Kvasnicka (and Bucs)

    Jason A. Churchill

    Editor's Note: With the 2010 MLB draft in just 17 days, take a look at these two key resources -- the full order of picks from No. 1 to No. 145 and the beginnings of the player card collections. You can also find Keith Law's most recent to...

    Blog | May 21, 2010
  3. MLB draft 2010 - Alex Wimmers vs. Michael Kvasnicka and the Pirat...

    Jason A. Churchill

    It's the final "Friday Night Lights" of the college season -- no, not the Minka Kelly show, but the notion of elite matchups to begin a weekend -- and Jason A. Churchill examines it, as well as offering some options for the Pirates at pick No. 2.

    Blog | Conversation | May 21, 2010
  4. 2010 MLB draft - An attempt to redraft the 2004 MLB draft

    Jason A. Churchill

    Hindsight is always 20/20, right? With that in mind, Jason A. Churchill and Keith Law redo the 2004 MLB draft (Justin Verlander's draft) because frankly, the 1-10 slots did not exactly go as we'd hope, with six years of history to look back on.

    Blog | Conversation | May 07, 2010
  5. If not Harper, who is No. 1?

    Jason A. Churchill

    Bryce Harper is still the consensus top talent in the 2010 class, but we've certainly heard more about him not being the No. 1 pick than we have about legitimate alternatives. As Keith Law said yesterday, "if Harper isn't No. 1, who is?" ...

    Blog | March 13, 2010
  6. MLB Draft - Top prospects other than Bryce Harper - Jason A. Chur...

    Jason A. Churchill

    Jason Churchill examines the top prospects in this year's class other than Bryce Harper and looks ahead to the strong pitching of the Class of 2011.

    Blog | Conversation | March 13, 2010
  7. Three 2009 draft truisms

    Jason A. Churchill

    Each draft class leaves its subtle, unique stamp on the game of baseball. Some years the draft is known for its strengths or weaknesses, while other classes are famous for producing particular stars who went on to leave legendary marks on the league....

    Blog | May 26, 2009
  8. Looking back at the 1994 and 1995 drafts

    Jason A. Churchill

    No. 1 Picks 1994: Paul Wilson, RHP -- New York Mets Wilson was one of the Mets' big three pitching prospects (Bill Pulsipher and Jason Isringhausen being the other two) who were expected to bring the club back to prominence in the mid-'90s...

    Blog | May 20, 2009
  9. Looking back at the 1991 draft

    Jason A. Churchill

    The 1991 draft is the last in a line of weak classes that began in the early '80s, as baseball, inspired by the NFL and the NBA, started to take the draft more seriously. But the class of '91 was as weak as any class since the draft began a...

    Blog | April 22, 2009