By acquiring Scott Downs from the Los Angeles Angels for reliever Cory Rasmus, the Atlanta Braves get an almost-free left-handed reliever while the Angels get salary relief and a warm body.
After looking at the top players in the 2005 MLB draft, Keith Law now looks at the first-round misses, including the third pick overall, Jeff Clement.
Ten years after Justin Upton and Alex Gordon went 1 and 2, respectively, in the 2005 MLB draft, Keith Law reselects the draft's first round.
Keith Law updates his player rankings for the 2015 MLB draft and this time goes 100 deep, placing high-school shortstop Brendan Rodgers atop the list.
Keith Law has the latest MLB draft scuttlebutt, including a high school catcher that Arizona Diamondbacks GM Dave Stewart appears to have interest in.
Keith Law passes along his scouting notes on Vanderbilt University starter Carson Fulmer and shortstop Dansby Swanson and has more MLB draft buzz.
Keith Law scouts high-school pitchers and potential first-round draft picks Donnie Everett and Mike Nikorak, has the latest draft buzz and more.
Keith Law breaks down the best rosters in the minor leagues, with Boston's Triple-A team leading the way.
Keith Law unveils his list of the top 50 prospects for the 2015 MLB draft, with two Vanderbilt players in the top 10.
Keith Law scouts college pitcher Nate Kirby, who could go early in the MLB draft but could be more of a back-end-of-the-rotation arm.
The Atlanta Braves came out big winners in a deal that sends Craig Kimbrel and Melvin Upton to San Diego.
From divisions titles to the World Series, MVPs and rookies of the year, Keith Law has all his picks for 2015.
Keith Law watched Mark Appel earlier this week and came away impressed with the adjustment he's made. Eric Longenhagen also provides observations.
Keith Law updates his top MLB prospect ranks, noting what has changed and how the players have looked since his last update Jan. 29.
A handy index of links for all the top prospects pages, including Keith Law's top 100 prospects, top-10 prospects by team and farm-system rankings.
Keith Law writes why Brendan Rodgers is the best prep position player in this draft class. He compared Rodgers to a young Troy Tulowitzki.