2023 MLB Draft Stock Watch: Will A 44-Year Draft Streak Come To An End?
Because of a lack of healthy and performing college lefthanders, the 2023 class is at risk of breaking a 44-year draft streak: since the 1979 draft, at least one college lefthander has been taken in every first round.
2023 NCAA Tournament Projected Field of 64 (5/3/23)
With the calendar now flipped to May, college baseball is into the stretch run of the season. Most conferences have just three weekends of play remaining before the start of their tournaments.
2023 High School Baseball Team Rankings
Baseball America’s high school team rankings are selected through a poll of representatives from the National High School Baseball Coaches Association.
Reds' Blake Dunn Shines Early At High-A
Injuries had curtailed the 2021 draft pick in his first two pro seasons, but the 24-year-old shined both offensively and defensively at High-A in April.
Nationals' Drew Millas Works Himself Into Hitter's Counts
The 25-year-old catcher carried forward his AFL momentum to Double-A to show encouraging growth in the batter's box.
Rockies' Sterlin Thompson Quickly Shows Advanced Bat
The 2022 first-round pick looked like a pure hitter in the early going of the season at High-A. His biggest early challenge was adjusting to a new position.
Angels Challenge Caden Dana With Quick Promotion
Drafted out of high school last year, Caden Dana so thoroughly dominated Low-A that the Angels pushed him to High-A as a 19-year-old.
Orioles' Creed Willems Makes Clear Progress In Low-A Repeat
The Low-A Carolina League flummoxed young catcher Creed Willems last season, but he took the right lessons to heart and emerged this spring as an impact hitter.
Prospect Report: Bryce And Mason Miller Shine In Oakland
Bryce Miller carried a perfect game into the sixth inning of his big league debut, while Mason Miller pitched seven no-hit innings opposite him.
New 'Enhanced Grip' Baseball Raising Concerns, Strikeouts in Double-A Southern League
One month into the Southern League season, the prototype ball has changed the way the game is being played. It’s just not in the way MLB hoped.