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2015 MLB Draft

Cards sign Denton & Bader; unlikely to sign Brown

The Cardinals signed their second- and third-rounders and are unlikely to ink their tenth-rounder as a result.

2015 MLB Draft: Cards sign another group of picks

Three of the Cardinals' draftees from the first ten rounds remain unsigned.

2015 Draft Review No. 3: The Shadow Draft

In which our fearless author puts his reputation on the line. And then realises he really has no meaningful reputation to wager.

2015 Draft Review No. 2: Scouting Reports

A rundown of various players of interest taken by the Cardinals in the 2015 first-year player draft, delivered to you in typically long-winded fashion.

MLB Draft: Cards announce 1st wave of signings

You may recognize some of the signees from the MLB Draft's first day.

2015 Draft Review: A Change in Philosophy?

The Cardinals, under their new scouting director Chris Correa, took an unexpected tack in the draft this year. What can we glean from the players selected?

STL and 4th-rounder DeJong reach agreement

The draft page lists DeJong as "unsigned," but the former Illinois State standout's tweets indicate he's on his way to Florida to begin his pro career. Thus, it appears the parties have reached an agreement pending a physical.

Cards' 10th-rounder Kep Brown will not sign

How much bonus-pool money does the failure to sign the high-school slugger cost the Cardinals?

A look inside the Cardinals' MLB Draft room

Watch the Fox Sports Midwest segment on the St. Louis Cardinals draft room.

Wrapping up the MLB Draft

Now that the draft is complete, here are a few notes I've cobbled together about this draft class...

Cardinals reportedly sign No. 1 pick Nick Plummer

It's a fair deal in the eyes of the commissioner's office.

2015 MLB Draft: Day Three Top Talent

Looking ahead to day three of the draft, and parsing out a few talents your humble guide would like to see taken by the Redbirds.

MLB Draft: Round-up of the Cards' Day 2 picks

Rounds 3 through 10 took place on Tuesday. Who did the Cardinals select?

A look at the Cardinals' 3rd round selections

The Cardinals had two third round picks -- well, sort of -- and they selected two players. That's kind of how this draft thing works, after all.

Cards take high-school RHP Jordan Hicks at No. 105

Cards select OF Harrison Bader with 100th pick

MLB Draft Day 2 Discussion Thread

With the continuing today, this will be a catch-all thread for discussions of draft picks. RB and I will be putting up profiles of players in separate posts as we have time throughout the day, but this can serve as a discussion thread for everyone following the draft.

The First Night of the Draft, In Brief

The Cardinals' first night of the MLB draft was very surprising. VEB's resident draft obsessive is here to break it down for you.

Cards select high-school 3B Bryce Denton at No. 66

Analysis of Cards' 2nd pick: Jake Woodford, RHP

The Cards made their second pick of the 2015 MLB draft, going into the high school ranks for a power sinker, a good delivery, and a big, strong frame.

Cards select high school righty Jake Woodford 39th

Thoughts on Cards' 1st-round pick of Nick Plummer

Early thoughts on the Cardinals' first round draft pick, outfielder Nick Plummer.

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St. Louis Cardinals 2015 MLB Draft news & analysis

The long journey is over, and the draft is here.

Cardinals select OF Nick Plummer in 1st round

2015 MLB Draft Day 1 Open Thread

It's a thread for the draft.

2015 Draft Preview, Final

The long journey is over, and the draft is here. Read these 5500 more words about it.

VEB Podcast: MLB Draft preview episode

Ben is joined by RB and Eric to talk the draft.

2015 Draft Preview #21

The final regular installment of the 2015 draft preview series sees a set of five hitters broken down in excruciating, exquisite detail. As per usual.

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MLB Draft: Round-up of RB's prospect profiles

2015 Draft Preview #20

A ridiculously long list of players written up, in typically ridiculously long fashion. It's nearly draft time, and your ol' pal RB is making sure you're as well informed as possible.

Exploring an unlikely MLB draft strategy for STL

Teams routinely ignore spending limits and go all out on the international market to acquire top talent. What if the Cardinals used this strategy in the 2015 draft?

2015 Draft Preview Nineteen

Heading into the home stretch of draft season, we preview four pitchers, all of whom qualify as capital P capital A Power Arms.