Kep Brown, the Cardinals' tenth-round pick in the 2015 draft, is heading to a junior college, rather than Miami, where he was originally committed.
Six non-first round type bats, but all of them intriguing in one way or another.
A bonus edition of the draft preview series, containing four players instead of the usual three. This time we're covering college shortstops.
Four young hitters, all of whom boast big-time power potential.
Leading off the Future Redbirds amateur draft coverage is a look at the backstops in the current farm system. Not a whole lot of change at this position from last year, and zero changes of any note.
A double shot of drafty goodness, served up hot on a Sunday morning.
Scouting a group of three collegiate outfielders as we get closer to draft day.
A group of three players with the highest ceilings imaginable, written up for your drafting edification.
Another batch of scouting reports, this time focusing on left-handed pitchers of the collegiate variety.
Three catchers, all of the high school variety, are covered herein.
Another batch of draft scouting reports; this week's edition focuses on a trio of high school outfielders.
Scouting reports on three high-ceiling pitching talents, as well as a variety of news and updates on other draftable players.
College infielders! Getcha college infielders heeyah!
More scouting reports, this time covering three collegiate right-handed hurlers.
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Three high school righthanders, all scouted up and ready to go for your edification.
A trio of college righthanders, including two from the same defending national championship squad.
A look at three of the top bat-first or bat-only position players in the 2015 collegiate class.
The hitters your fearless host favours at this extremely early date, with his customary long-winded, meandering scouting reports attached.
You want to know what dumb ideas your draftee host held way back in the dead of winter? Then this is the post for you!