Rangers Select LHP From Florida High School With First Round PickThey say pitching wins baseball games. Well, the Rangers made it a priority when they added two young arms in the MLB Draft Thursday night.
8 OSU Players Picked In MLB DraftEight players from Oklahoma State have been selected in the in this year's MLB Draft. OSU's eight draft picks is its most in three years under head coach Josh Holliday.
Astros Draft Sons Of Biggio & ClemensThe Houston Astros are bringing another Biggio on board. Another Rocket, too.
Rangers Select RHP Dillon Tate In First RoundWith the 4th overall selection in Monday's draft, Texas selected the first pitcher, right-hander Dillon Tate out of the University of California-Santa Barbara.
3 Shortstops Lead MLB Draft For 1st TimeThe Arizona Diamondbacks selected Vanderbilt shortstop Dansby Swanson with the No. 1 pick Monday night, setting off a history-making run at the position.
Manfred Open To MLB Draft ChangesMoments before his first draft as baseball commissioner, Rob Manfred indicated he's ready to make a few changes.
Draft Restraints Mean $100M Less For Amateurs Over 3 YearsRestraints on signing bonuses that started in 2012 likely have cost ballplayers in the amateur draft more than $100 million over the last three years.
Vanderbilt Trio Coveted In MLB DraftIf you're seeking top prospects for the upcoming MLB draft, look no further than Vanderbilt, a college with a reputation and growing status as a destination for big league hopefuls.
Rangers MLB Draft PreviewA disastrous 2014 season is finally paying dividends for the Texas Rangers -- by way of the 2015 MLB Draft.
Texas A&M Commit Kyler Murray Announces Exit From MLB DraftTexas A&M quarterback commit Kyler Murray has announced his intentions to withdraw from the MLB First-Year Player Draft in June.
Rangers Mailbag: Rua At Second?Could Ryan Rua shift to second base when he returns from injury? Jared Sandler answers that and more in our latest Rangers Mailbag.
Astros Fail To Sign 1st Pick In MLB DraftThe Astros failed to sign the first pick in this year's draft, high school left-hander Brady Aiken. The MLBPA is working with him and his advisors to explore "all legal options."