2020 MLB draft
... and one of them might go right to the taxi squad.
The Cubs got a local Chicago kid on Day 1. Here are some thoughts on who they might select today.
The Cubs select a hometown kid in the first round.
The draft begins at 6 p.m. CT.
There are three players in particular I’d like to see the Cubs focus on.
The club still has work to do to get its pipeline back to highly-rated.
Teams are letting scouts go and they could reap benefits from hiring more, instead of just being cheap.
Here are four arms who the Cubs could be looking at for next week’s draft.
Some thoughts about next week’s draft, and player development.
Here are some college bats the Cubs might look at in this year’s draft.
Here are some high schoolers who the Cubs might look at drafting next week.
Here are some more players the Cubs might look at for next week’s draft.
How can the Cubs best navigate this year’s very abbreviated draft?
No one seems happy about this, except team owners.
And some further thoughts on who the Cubs might select next month.
The number of rounds, payments and other factors will make this year’s draft like no other.
And some thoughts about what sort of strategy the Cubs will have to use in this year’s draft.
Eventually, there will be a 2020 MLB draft. How will it work?
A review of last weekend in college baseball, and the top possibilities for the Cubs’ No. 1 pick in June.
Some of the guys the Cubs might be looking at had good weeks.
Quite a bit of action to recap, plus updates on my 14 possibilities for the Cubs first pick in June.
Here are some players and schools to follow.