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.
Major League Baseball has become a league filled with tons of great hitters and simply not enough pitchers to combat them. There's no question pitching is at a premium in this day and age in baseball. The draft is probably the best ... Read Post
Selected by the Red Sox with the 39th overall pick in the 2011 draft, Anthony Ranaudo was expected to make a quick ascent to the major leagues. However, the 6’7” right-hander hit a roadblock during his sophomore campaign in 2011, as... Read Post