The Major League Baseball first-year player draft is only months away, and anticipation is building over who the Boston Red Sox will select. Boston will be picking fourth which is the first time they have had a top-five pick since 1967.
The New York Yankees’ prospect list entering the 2021 season doesn’t have much change from a year ago. Along with those three that left the Yankees’ system, they will also have at least two more to graduate as their rookie eligibility is used up in 2021.
The New York Mets have undoubtedly improved their lineup heading into the 2021 season. They acquired arguably the best shortstop in the league in addition to an All-Star catcher. But how do they all stack up against each other?
Michael Conforto Extension is Bigger Priority Than Francisco Lindor Extension
The New York Mets have some business to do during Spring Training beginning this week at Port St. Lucie. Getting extensions done for Michael Conforto and Francisco Lindor is right at the top of their list.
When the Red Sox claimed Phillips Valdez off waivers last season, it was not seen as a major move. In 2020, however, he was one of the team’s best relievers and will enter the 2021 season with high expectations.
Steve Cohen Beginning to Follow Through on ‘East Coast Dodgers’ Promise
New York Mets owner Steve Cohen made a statement during his introductory press conference on November 10, 2020, that is worth repeating after the organization reached an agreement with Kevin Pillar on Monday night. “I like what the Dodgers are doing,” he said, referring to how he wants to build his organization.