2020 Draft Profile: Heston Kjerstad

Kjerstad is one of the top NCAA outfielders in the 2020 MLB Draft.  Kjerstad is a three-year starter at the University of Arkansas and has been a solid player in the SEC since his freshman season.  Kjerstad was a force hitting in the two spot for the Razorbacks offense. This year, Kjerstad was hitting .448/.513/.791…

2020 Draft Profile: Tommy Mace

Mace is the best pitcher on the best college baseball team in the nation.  If I was to describe him in just one paragraph, I would say Mace exhibits some swag with a solid strikeout strut and shows positive emotion when he makes a big pitch or a big play is made behind him.  He…

2020 Draft Profile: Aaron Sabato

Aaron Sabato has forearms built for a lumberjack.  He is incredibly strong and is a masher that can launch balls as far as anyone in the college game.  Sabato is limited to first base defensively so he will have to hit but it looks like he can hit and hit for power.   Sabato steps slightly…

2020 Draft Profile: Max Meyer

I had never watched Meyer pitch until this spring.  I had heard about him, but didn’t start looking at players until about January.  Pretty much anyone who pitches for Team USA is really good, so I knew he was good.  I don’t think anyone realized how good he was.  I was impressed and knew he…

2020 Draft Profile: Reid Detmers

Detmers wasn’t a guy I initially thought about the Royals drafting.  Not because he isn’t talented, but because he doesn’t have the high-end stuff that a Hancock or Lacy have.  Granted his stuff is very good and he is one of the top NCAA arms in the nation.  He has been mentioned somewhere starting around…

2020 Draft Prospect: Spencer Torkelson

Yeah, this is probably a pipe dream.  Torkelson is being mocked number one overall in multiple drafts.  But as Lloyd once told Mary Swanson, “So you’re saying there’s a chance!” This would be a dream scenario for the Royals is Torkelson fell to them at fourth.  I wrote the profile up for him with no…