There was finally some MLB news recently that did not revolve around owners and players bickering over money, it was the 2020 Major League Baseball Draft day. Despite no start date to the season in sight, the first virtual draft went off without a hitch, though it was much shorter than usual. Normally, the event is a 40-round marathon, but this year it was a five-round sprint thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic. The reduced class comes, in part, because of the uncertainty surrounding minor league baseball right now. Also known as the amateur draft, it is Major League Baseball’s primary mechanism for assigning unsigned baseball players from high schools, colleges and other amateur baseball clubs to its teams. This year the draft got underway Wednesday, June 10, and wrapped up the followi
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