MLB Draft 2017
Catching up on Wednesday’s picks.
They didn’t have any trouble signing their second round pick this time around.
The Angels went VERY pitcher heavy on day 2 of the draft to finish up the first 10 rounds.
This is why drafting the best player available is always the best strategy.
This college arm was a that people liked as a first rounder, up until some medical history scared teams away and he falls all the way down to pick #47, to the Halos.
Adell was one of the best overall athletes in the draft
These names appear to be at the forefront of the Halos’ boards.
Grayson Long and Jaime Barria are probably the 2 most exciting up and coming starters
Eppler has done a good job building the current bullpen as well as supplementing talent in the minors
The 2020 Angels outfield could be Mike Trout, Jahmai Jones, and Brandon Marsh
Bukauskas has turned in a solid season at the University of North Carolina.
Fontana, Fletcher, and Baldoquin - oh my!
Kicking off our look at MLB draft prospects with potentially the first prep pitcher to be taken with the first overall pick.
Matt Thaiss and a whole bunch of other guys