The 1995 MLB draft saw a whopping seven players, including Tom Brady and Daunte Culpepper, declined baseball to play in the NFL instead.
Matt Bush was the No. 1 pick in the 2004 MLB Draft. Ten years later he sat in prison hoping for another chance. He got it in 2015.
Brien Taylor was a can’t-miss prospect for the New York Yankees when he was drafted out of a North Carolina high school in 1991.
Tom Brady was one of three future New England Patriots taken in the 1995 Major League Baseball amateur draft.
The NFL, NBA, and NHL continue to move forward with plans for their drafts, but Major League Baseball is considering scrapping its draft to save approximately $400 million.
Gerrit Cole and Stephen Strasburg have shots at reaching a milestone that no overall No. 1 draft pick has ever hit in Major League Baseball.
The Dodgers outperform the the other MLB teams in one crucial way, which is why they are perennial contenders to win the World Series.
Every sport has its father and son bloodlines, but Major League Baseball includes uncles, cousins, and grandparents who played the game.
Luke Heimlich is a left-handed pitcher who also happens to be a convicted child molester.