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Sources: Hundreds cut in minors; more expected
With the minor league baseball season nearly certain to be canceled, hundreds of players were cut from their teams, with hundreds more cuts expected, sources told ESPN.[read more]

Re-drafting the top picks in every MLB draft from 2010-2019
We look back at the past decade to assess where teams went wrong.[read more]

Top 10 draft busts of the past decade
From a No. 1 pick who never made the show to a can't-miss college bat who missed, these are the worst whiffs.[read more]

Biggest needs and best fits: 2020 MLB draft guide for all 30 teams
Here's everything you need to know about where your favorite team will be picking and the prospects it should be looking at in this year's unique draft.[read more]

D-backs lay off, furlough about quarter of staff
Arizona's baseball operations department was largely unaffected by Friday's moves. Many of the jobs lost were on the business side, particularly in ticket sales.[read more]

Shortened MLB amateur draft to remain in N.J.
Major League Baseball's shortened amateur draft will remain at the MLB Network studios in Secaucus, New Jersey, for the first round on June 10.[read more]

Roy Halladay’s battle with the 'demon that had a strong hold on him'
Exclusive interviews with Roy Halladay's family, friends, teammates and coaches reveal how the Hall of Fame pitcher's last years were gripped by physical and mental pain, and an addiction to prescription drugs.[read more]

Massachusetts pro teams can reopen facilities
Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker says Boston pro teams' reopening of their practice facilities next week must be done in accordance with the health and safety rules that each of the leagues is developing.[read more]

Sources: Price to give LAD minor leaguers $1K
Pitcher David Price will give each minor league player who is not on the Dodgers' 40-man roster $1,000 for the month of June, sources confirmed to ESPN.[read more]

The day Mike Schmidt realized it was time to go
The season wasn't two months old. But Mike Schmidt had standards. And he wasn't meeting them. So he decided to walk away.[read more]