2020 BASEBALL DRAFT KIT
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We've ranked the prospects you should be paying attention to in your draft.
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We have projected stats for every player you care about.
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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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Keep track of key injuries. You can filter our injury list by league, team and position.
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Todd Zola considers the impact of a shortened schedule on player valuation and thinks elite pitchers like Gerrit Cole might not take a hit even without the same advantage in innings volume.
Brad Johnson examines bullpens that are in flux, like in Los Angeles where Ty Buttrey sits behind Keynan Middleton in the pecking order but offers good stuff according to Johnson.
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