2018 MLB Draft

Seth Bias - Jan 11, 2019

Kyler Murray: football versus baseball. Which will he chooese? Which should he choose? What are the benefits and costs of each decision?


Kumar Rocker
Brandon Murphy - Jun 4, 2018

A strong athletic pedigree, intimidating presence, and dominant fastball. That’s what makes Kumar Rocker one of the most interesting prospects in this year’s draft class. Kumar Rocker 2018 MLB Draft Profile Kumar Rocker is a right-handed pitcher from North Oconee High School in Bogart, Georgia. The 18-year old stands 6’5″ and 250 pounds. Rocker is the […]

Carson Babbini - Jun 4, 2018

Logan Gilbert is the latest pitching sensation out of Stetson University. The talented pitcher is hoping to hear his name called in the first round of this year’s MLB draft.

Nico Hoerner is a SS/2B who has shown an ability to hit for a high average while avoiding strikeouts over his career at Stanford. Will he hear his name called in this year’s draft?

Adam Kloffenstein

The first round of the 2018 MLB Draft is this Monday and teams are gearing up for their selection of young players out of high school and college. One of those young players is  Adam Kloffenstein. 2018 MLB Draft Profile: Adam Kloffenstein Out of Magnolia high school in Texas, Adam Kloffenstein is a right-handed pitcher […]

Carson Babbini - Jun 4, 2018

With the 2018 MLB Draft quickly approaching, many teams are gearing up to select the player they hope can prosper into a star, and get them a World Series title. Teams can find anything from rare gems in the later rounds to busts in the first round. In this Last Word On Baseball Draft Profile, […]

Blaine Knight
John Lepore - Jun 4, 2018

The first round of this year’s MLB draft will be held on June 4. For the teams that have an early pick on day one, it is essential for them to get a player who can help the team quickly. While drafting a player is not an exact science, teams do their best to ensure they […]

Blaine Knight

The first round of the 2018 MLB Draft is this Monday and teams are gearing up for their selection of young players out of high school and college. One of those young players is the highly touted Matthew Liberatore. 2018 MLB Draft Profile: Matthew Liberatore Ranked as the number four prospect by MLB.com coming into […]

John Lepore - Jun 4, 2018

The first round of this year’s MLB draft will be held on June 4. For the teams that have an early pick on day one, it is essential for them to get a player who can help the team quickly. While drafting a player is not an exact science, teams do their best to ensure they […]

John Lepore - Jun 4, 2018

Cole Wilcox is a Georgia kid looking to be drafted in the first round of the 2018 MLB Draft. What team will take the hard-throwing high school pitcher?

Cahler Fruchtman - Jun 4, 2018

After months of speculation, the MLB Draft is finally upon us. Countless players will hear their name called and have their lives forever changed. Be sure to take a peek at who your favorite team might draft with this year’s MLB Mock Draft.

John Lepore - Jun 4, 2018

The first round of the MLB draft will be held on June 4. For the teams that have an early pick on day one, it is essential for them to get a player who can help the team quickly. While drafting a player is not an exact science, teams do their best to ensure they […]

Tristan Beck
John Lepore - Jun 4, 2018

The first round of the MLB draft will be held on June 4. For the teams that have an early pick on day one, it is essential for them to get a player who can help the team quickly. While drafting a player is not an exact science, teams do their best to ensure they […]

Cahler Fruchtman - Jun 4, 2018

Each year over 1000 players are drafted during the Major League Baseball draft, each bringing their unique story and skill set. This year brings along one of the most unique prospects in a long time, Anthony Seigler.   Anthony Seigler 2018 MLB Draft Profile   Committed to the University of Florida’s elite program, Seigler not […]

Brandon Murphy - Jun 3, 2018

SEC pitchers have dominated draft boards year after year. David Price, Drew Pomeranz, Sonny Gray, Aaron Nola, Walker Buehler: the names are countless. The next in line? Brady Singer. He has dominated SEC and national competition and has the opportunity to be taken with the first overall pick. Brady Singer 2018 MLB Draft Profile Brady […]

Cahler Fruchtman - Jun 3, 2018

Often the MLB First Year Player Draft is marked by immense upside from toolsy prep players. This year is no exception with high ceiling prep outfielders such as Jarred Kelenic, Connor Scott and Nick Schnell. But none may have the same potential as North Carolina prep product Jordyn Adams.   Jordyn Adams 2018 MLB Draft […]



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Henry Aaron
Caleb Begley - Jun 3, 2018

Once more, we find Henry Aaron atop an Atlanta Braves list. Yes, it seems that there’s truly no limit to what the man could accomplish. Every night when fans saw the block number 44 step to the plate, they knew they were seeing something special. In our last installment, we examined his 1963 campaign. Terrific […]

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Benjamin Sabin - Jun 3, 2018

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Joe Rini - Jun 3, 2018

Billy Eppler built the 2022 New York Mets with help from his predecessors. It isn’t a criticism because no general managerial regime is a total success or failure. Knowing who to keep is as important as who to add and subtract. President John F. Kennedy was not speaking about baseball when he said, “Success has […]

Scoreless Outing

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Padres Diamondbacks

Padres 4, Diamondbacks 0 PHOENIX, Jun 29 — Mike Clevinger and Nick Martinez combined to pitch a three-hit, two-walk shutout, leading the San Diego Padres to a 4–0 victory over the Arizona Diamondbacks Wednesday afternoon. Second baseman Jake Cronenworth went 3-for-5 with two doubles and two RBI to lead the Padres offense to victory. The […]

Freddie Freeman agent
Lewis Masella - Jun 3, 2018

A new wrinkle has come to light in the Freddie Freeman agent saga. Freeman recently fired his agent, Casey Close, following an emotional weekend series in Atlanta. On Wednesday, we got a possible look into why he did so. According to Doug Gottlieb of Fox Sports Radio, Close withheld the terms of the Atlanta Braves‘ […]

Wes Johnson
Jim Marshall - Jun 3, 2018

Wes Johnson is leaving the Minnesota Twins. This is a surprising move, and his final game as the Twins’ pitching coach will be on Thursday against the Cleveland Guardians. Johnson just accepted the pitching coach job with the LSU Tigers. He starts immediately. One of the Better Coaches Johnson is seen as one of the […]

Diamondbacks Padres

Diamondbacks 7, Padres 6 PHOENIX, Jun 28 — Down 6–0 going into the bottom of the seventh, the Arizona Diamondbacks rallied for seven runs over a strange final three innings to defeat the San Diego Padres, 7–6, Tuesday night. Third baseman Josh Rojas, designated hitter Ketel Marte, and shortstop Jake Hager each had two hits […]