If college transcripts mattered, Sean Poppen would have been a first-rounder.
Inconsistent command held Jairo Labourt back as a starter.
Staying in the strike zone has helped Anderson Miller succeed.
Bradley Zimmer credits success to changing his setup and swing path.
Heliot Ramos made a big first impression on the Giants—then got better.
Bubba Thompson developed his power after committing to baseball full time.
Pavin Smith produced more power this year while reducing his strikeout rate.
The Mariners landed a coveted player for the second year in a row.
The Tigers clearly like Alex Faedo. After all, they’ve drafted him twice.
The White Sox compared first-round pick Jake Burger to Gary Gaetti.
For months, Shane Baz believed the Pirates would select him.
Oregon lefty David Peterson ranked second in the nation in strikeouts.
The Indians were drawn to Quentin Holmes' speed and defensive range.
The Orioles were surprised, but not upset, that 20 teams passed on D.L. Hall.
When Austin Beck came for a visit, he created quite a wave of excitement.
The Royals place their faith in Nick Pratto's sweet lefthanded swing.
MacKenzie Gore excites the Padres with his stuff, smarts and competitiveness.
The Angels view Jordon Adell as a "potential franchise player.”
The Nationals won't bring Seth Romero up as a reliever this season.
The Dodgers went to the Vanderbilt well again.
The Yankees drafted Clarke Schmidt even though he'll be out for a year.
The Rockies returned to Stillwater (Okla.) High to select Ryan Vilade.
The Red Sox were surprised and elated Tanner Houck fell in their lap.
J.B. Bukauskas fell to 15th overall, where the Astros eagerly drafted him.