The Diamondbacks gave Lawlar the biggest signing bonus of any position player in the draft.
The Diamondbacks Draft
Weighing best player available versus highest ceiling and other considerations.
Finally, a preview of the best college bat in the draft and the player to dream on for Arizona.
Might the Diamondbacks luck their way into one of the Vandy Boys at #6?
Dream big. No, seriously; he’s big.
Meet the first of the three possible but unlikely candidates to reach number six on draft day.
This player’s profile is likely to seem awfully familiar to fans of the organization.
Previewing the player an increasing number of mock drafts have linked to Arizona.
Introducing the young man with the loudest tool in the draft.
Previewing one of two college arms that the Diamondbacks could select with the sixth pick in the draft.
The D-backs took McLain with their first-round pick in 2018 before attending UCLA, the two sides have a chance to meet again.
It’s early in the draft process, but options remain for the D-backs with the sixth pick.
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.