2019 MLB Draft Report: Week 3

Aaaaand, we’re back!  Early March and amateur baseball is in full swing.  Here at Royals Farm Report we look to keep you in the loop regarding the top players eligible for the 2019 draft class as well as lesser known players that are turning in great performances.  With that said, here’s a look at what…

2019 MLB Draft Report: Week 2

Well, here we are!  Late February and amateur baseball is in full swing.  Here at Royals Farm Report we look to keep you in the loop regarding the top players eligible for the 2019 draft class as well as lesser known players that are turning in great performances.  With that said, here’s a look at…

2019 MLB Draft Report: Week 1

Royals Farm Report is back to the grind of tracking the top amateur prospects in the game as we approach the Rule 5 Draft on June 3rd.  Unlike last year, the Royals don’t have an abundance of top 50 picks due to the loss of a number of top tier free agents.  What they do…

2018 Draft Class – Position Players

Take a look and see how our position players did in their professional debut.  The Royals spent their first 5 picks on pitchers but ended up taking 17 position guys compared to 26 pitchers.  The focus of this draft class was obviously pitching but the Royals hope to get a few big leaguers from the…

The 2016 Draft Class – Pitchers

Out of 21 pitchers drafted, the Royals are down to 9.  Of course, the biggest success stories so far are Richard Lovelady, Grant Gavin, and Walker Sheller.  Those three are throwing in the Arizona Fall League right now.  Lovelady won the 2018 Omaha Pitcher of the Year award.  Vines, Gavin, and Sheller made it to…

Way Too Early Look at 2018 Draftees Having Success

There isn’t much to get excited about with the big league club these days. Alcides Escobar still has a job … somehow. Hunter Dozier isn’t hitting. Even Salvy looks like he spent the offseason at the Escobar Camp for Kids Who Can’t Hit Good (and want to learn to do other things good too). But…