The O’s were once again active in this year’s Rule 5 Draft, selecting four players. Our Zack Bucklew has on the details on those players and the three the O’s lost in the process:
The O’s added five players to their 40-man roster, including MLB’s top pitching prospect, Grayson Rodriguez. Our Zack Bucklew has all the details on each player added and those who are now Rule 5 eligible:
Although MLB owners and players still can’t get along, things must move along.
With the deadline approaching on Friday to add players to the 40-man roster in order to protect them from the Rule 5 Draft, the Orioles added a group of top prospects, six to be exact.
The Rule 5 Draft is certainly a system that is far from fool proof. A team must gamble with losing a potential future star, while teams must also take the risk on these players, hoping they can pan out into stars, while they are forced to stay in the Major Leagues for a whole seasonContinue reading “Well, Well, Wells, what do we have here?”
The Rule 5 Draft pick; worthy of a Major League roster spot, or stunting the growth of a quality prospect?
Orioles fans knew going into today that Mike Elias would make at least one selection in the 2020 Rule 5 Draft, but the organization decided to select four young right-handed pitchers and a catcher this year.