Arizona Diamondbacks 2020 MLB Draft Coverage
All coverage about the 2020 MLB First Year Player Draft (June 10th-12th), including mock drafts, scouting reports, and coverage of the actual event itself.
The Diamondbacks have signed all five members of their 2020 draft class, using every cent of their allotted bonus pool to get the job done.
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The Diamondbacks took NC prep lefty Liam Norris, Wisconsin prep slugger A.J. Vukovich, and Bellarmine University righty Brandon Pfaadt with their three draft picks on Day 2.
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Taking a look at some of the top prep arms who could be available at the 33rd overall pick.
Previewing some of the top college bats that should be available when the D-backs pick again at 33.
Some of the top college arms that could be available to the Diamondbacks with their second selection of the first night of the draft.
Mitchell has the potential to be either the most impactful player from this year’s draft class or the biggest bust due to Type 1 diabetes.
Soderstrom is another high-upside left-handed bat who has concerns about his future defensive position.
Wilcox is a draft-eligible sophomore with a very high ceiling, so he’s one of the few players with tremendous leverage on MLB teams. One Atlanta-based writer speculates his asking price is top-half of the first round money to sign.
Kelley is another one of the top prep arms in the draft and would give the team a top of the rotation talent to develop.
Cavalli presents a lot of upside in a draft deep with college arms that project to be MLB starters.
Which players are the media pundits projecting to go to the Arizona Diamondbacks at the 18th overall pick?
Checking on who the media has projected to go to the Diamondbacks in the first round just two weeks before the 2020 MLB Draft
Nick Bitsko could be one of a few prep arms the Diamondbacks may target with the 18th selection.
Howard is the top shortstop prospect in this year’s class and has a solid chance of ending up being selected by the Arizona Diamondbacks in this year’s draft.
Fangraphs’ first mock draft has the Arizona Diamondbacks taking Pennsylvania prep righty Nick Bitsko in the first round
Eric Logenhagen has the Arizona Diamondbacks taking one of the top prep arms in the draft.
In their 5th mock draft, BA has the D-backs taking a college righty and a prep outfielder with their top two selections.
Some potential players for D-backs fans to keep an eye on for the June 10th draft.
A brief snapshot at which players who could wind up going in the top 10 of this year’s draft
Taking a look at the strengths and weaknesses of the D-backs farm system five weeks ahead of the 2020 MLB Draft