12 Picks We Loved From Day 2 Of The 2020 MLB Draft
Baseball America staffers sort through Rounds 2-5 to find the best picks of the night, ranging from big names (Cole Wilcox) to high-upside high schoolers.
Patrick Bailey And Joey Bart? Giants Pick Creates Intriguing Set Of Catching Options
By spending their first-round pick on NC State catcher Patrick Bailey, the Giants have set up an intriguing catching competition.
Padres Bet On The Bat With Robert Hassell
The Padres bucked industry consensus by drafting Tennessee prep outfielder Robert Hassell as the first high school player taken at No. 8.
Brewers Believe They Found Great Value In Garrett Mitchell
In Garrett Mitchell, the Brewers are getting one of the toolsiest players in the entire draft and a potential five-tool star.
Rays Add Another Arm In Nick Bitsko
The Rays took the Pennsylvania prep righthander with the 24th overall pick in the draft Wednesday night.
Angels, Detmers A Match Made In Heaven
After clicking during predraft meetings, the Angels drafted Louisville lefthander Reid Detmers 10th overall.
Draft Shocker: Red Sox Take Nick Yorke, Defy Industry Perception
The Boston Red Sox provided the surprise of the 2020 MLB first round by taking Nick Yorke with the 17th pick in the draft.
White Sox Pick Garrett Crochet Earns Quick Chris Sale Comparisons
The White Sox's first-round selection has been compared to former Chicago great Chris Sale.
Austin Martin Falls To Blue Jays At Fifth Overall
The first surprise of the night came when Austin Martin was passed up by the Orioles at No. 2 and fell to fifth overall.
Pirates Select New Mexico State Shortstop Nick Gonzales
With their first pick of the 2020 MLB Draft, the Pittsburgh Pirates selected New Mexico State shortstop Nick Gonzales, an accomplished hitter for the Aggies and in the Cape Cod League.