2015 Draft Central

Draft News

  • East tops West in Perfect Game All-American Classic

    The Perfect Game All-American Classic was held on Sunday at Petco Park, as 50 of the best high school players and Draft prospects in America took the field to showcase their talent, with the East team defeated the West, 3-1.

  • Yerzy, Kieboom MVPs at All-America Game

    There was certainly a lot of young talent on the field Saturday afternoon at Wrigley Field in the 2015 Under Armour All-America Game, powered by Baseball Factory. Andy Yerzy homered and shared Most Valuable Player honors with Carter Kieboom in the National team's 11-5 victory over the American team.

  • Bichette wins Derby at Under Armour All-America Game

    Bo Bichette won the Eastbay Home Run Derby before Saturday's 2015 Under Armour All-America Game, powered by Baseball Factory, at Wrigley Field on Saturday.

  • Top pick Buehler set for Tommy John surgery

    First-round pick Walker Buehler will undergo Tommy John elbow reconstruction surgery on Wednesday and be out 12 to 18 months, the Dodgers announced on Tuesday.

  • Twins awarded competitive balance Draft pick

    The Twins are set to receive an extra pick in the 2016 First-Year Player Draft, as they were awarded the third pick of the Competitive Balance Round B on Wednesday.

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  • Red Sox sign 27 of 39 picks in 2015 Draft

    The Red Sox signed 27 of the 39 players they selected in the 2015 Draft, including all 16 players taken in the first 17 rounds.

  • 15 teams set for Competitive Balance Draft Lottery

    For half of Major League Baseball's 30 clubs, today's Competitive Balance Lottery will provide a shot at a valuable extra selection in the 2016 Draft.

  • Top pick Swanson shows off character, not swing

    Dansby Swanson has accomplished a lot on a baseball field, but the No. 1 overall pick in last month's Draft still feels he has something to prove. First-round picks typically take batting practice on the field, but on Monday, Swanson's first full day in Arizona, he declined.

  • Top 5 Drafts: Updated after signing deadline

    How well a team did in the Draft can look significantly different from early June, right after the selections have been made, to mid-July, when the deadline for signing players arrives.

  • Correa dedicated to community service

    Astros shortstop Carlos Correa has made a big impact on the field during his first six weeks in the Major Leagues, and he's already showing a giving heart when it comes to charity work.

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  • Marlins wrap up Draft signings

    The Marlins signed four picks, including left-hander Justin Langley, and a free agent prior to Friday's 5 p.m. ET deadline to finalize deals with their 2015 Draft choices.

  • Phillies sign 31 of 40 Draft picks, including top 24

    The Phillies like the early returns of their 2015 Draft. Top pick Cornelius Randolph has played well with the rookie-level Gulf Coast League Phillies. Other players selected in the top 10 have fared well, too. Overall, the Phillies signed 31 of 40 selections, and their top 24 selections overall.

  • Brewers reach deal with comp pick Kirby

    The Brewers announced before Friday's signing deadline of 4 p.m. CT that they have signed left-hander Nathan Kirby, their Competitive Balance Round A selection in this year's MLB Draft.

  • Blue Jays unable to sign 2nd-round pick Singer

    The Blue Jays were unable to come to terms with second-round pick Brady Singer prior to Friday afternoon's signing deadline of players taken in this year's MLB Draft.

  • 2015 Draft: Signing and Bonus Tracker

    Get a complete breakdown of which 2015 Draft picks from the first 10 rounds agreed to terms, along with their reported bonuses and starting assignments.

  • D-backs strike deal with No. 1 pick Swanson

    Just before Friday's signing deadline of 2 p.m. MST, the D-backs announced that they have agreed to terms with shortstop Dansby Swanson, the No. 1 overall pick in this year's Draft.

  • Draft deadline drama: D-backs sign Swanson

    For the second straight year, there was some drama involving the No. 1 pick in the Draft on signing deadline day. This time, however, the team that took him got its man, as the D-backs agreed to a $6.5 million deal with Vanderbilt shortstop Dansby Swanson.

  • Dodgers agree with Buehler; Funkhouser back to school

    The Dodgers entered Friday still trying to sign their top selections from the 2015 MLB Draft before the 2 p.m. PT deadline. In the end, the club got halfway there, agreeing to terms with No. 24 overall pick Walker Buehler but being unable to reach a deal with No. 35 pick Kyle Funkhouser.

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