The MLB draft is on Monday June 4 this year. As a draft junkie, it’s appointment television for me. But for the MLB draft in particular, I’ve always been fascinated by the proceedings. Teams can’t trade draft picks and many times picks are made for signability issues due to each team having a certain spending cap. So it’s just fun to watch it unfold. And, of course, there is always injury drama.
I decided to go through the top 32 players on ESPN’s Keith Law’s 2018 Big Board (as of May 24, 2018) and highlight a few prospects that have potential injury questions. As always, we’re not privy to medical information and considering these are college and high-school baseball players, have even less to go on.
Casey Mize, RHP, Auburn (Law Big Board Rank: 1)
The presumptive Number 1 overall pick of the 2018 draft brings an interesting debate to the table. One of the reasons Continue reading