While Bryce Harper retains his usual spot atop the draft, there are a number of significant changes elsewhere. Keep an eye on what the Pirates do at No. 2, as it could change everything with picks 2-7.
While Bryce Harper retains his usual spot atop the draft, there's a number of significant changes elsewhere. Keep an eye on what the Pirates do at No. 2, as it could change everything with picks two through seven.
There's no change at the top of the draft, with Bryce Harper all but a lock in the No. 1 spot, but after a great week in the SEC tournament, LSU pitcher Anthony Ranaudo is back in the mix, though health concerns still greatly limit his market.
After a year in which one guy -- Mike Leake -- outright skipped the minors and another -- Stephen Strasburg -- tore through them, Keith Law looks at the class of 2010 and ranks 20 players who may be in the show the fastest.
Mike Leake saw the majors this season without so much as facing a single minor-league hitter (he was the first player since Xavier Nady to do that). Can anyone in the 2010 MLB draft match this feat next spring? Jason A. Churchill investigates.
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.