The 2012 Major League Baseball Draft is loaded with intriguing arms at the top, though almost all of them come with at least one serious question mark. Pitching is always at a premium, so don't be shocked if you see some teams reaching for someone that they feel they can turn into a top-of-the-rotation starter in the near-future. It happened last year, with Seattle surprising everyone by taking Virginia's Danny Hultzen No.
While the overall depth in the 2013 Major League Baseball draft is lacking, the one area of strength is pitching. In particular, the right-handed pitching in this class appears to be very strong. There are some high-quality southpaw... Read Post
Several teams beefed up their pitching staff in the 2012 Major League Baseball draft. Some teams reached for a prospect, some teams got lucky to pick one that fell and a few teams got the perfect player at the perfect time. Here are... Read Post