2019 BASEBALL DRAFT KIT
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Top 400 Prospects
We've ranked the prospects you should be paying attention to in your draft.
We have projected stats for every player you care about.
Spot trends like a pro with our Average Draft Position (ADP) reports.
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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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MLB Injury Report
Keep track of key injuries. You can filter our injury list by league, team and position.
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