2019 BASEBALL DRAFT KIT
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Top 400 Prospects
We've ranked the prospects you should be paying attention to in your draft.
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Go into your draft knowing who is going to get playing time this season.
We track and update expected starting pitchers for up to two weeks in advance.
A player's spot in the batting order can have a big impact on their potential production.
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MLB Injury Report
Keep track of key injuries. You can filter our injury list by league, team and position.
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Brad Johnson runs down a list of arms who could help in the fantasy season’s final month or who might be deserving of your attention next spring, starting with Giants pitcher Johnny Cueto.
Dave Regan discusses which MLB veterans have increased their keeper value the most this year, including Arizona’s Ketel Marte, who’s hitting a .320/.381/.568 with 25 home runs and eight steals.
James Anderson ranks the 15 best hitters under 23 years old, including Atlanta's dynamic young duo of Ronald Acuna and Ozzie Albies.
While a few prospects will soon have the honor of debuting in the majors, Jesse Siegel takes a look at those who may not make it until at least next year.
Jason Collette analyzes the progress Rafael Devers has made this season and whether we should expect it to continue.
Ryan Rufe analyzes who's rising and falling in baseball this week and makes the case for Ronald Acuna as the top pick in next year's drafts.
Jeff Stotts notes this time of year, it’s often Mother Nature who’s responsible for injuries at the ballpark, as this week Minnesota’s Max Kepler had to be removed from a game for a heat related illness.
Erik Siegrist looks over the free-agent pool in the Junior Circuit as Sean Manaea inches closer to making his 2019 debut for Oakland.
Jan Levine continues to guide us along the latest path of free-agent possibilities, including some up-and-coming pitchers and a couple serviceable infielders.
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