We go inside the games of five players taken on Day 2 of the 2020 MLB Draft who could one day make an impact on major league rosters.
In just three seasons, Lacy compiled an outstanding resume’ in College Station. He started the 2020 NCAA campaign with three wins in four starts (0.75 ERA) and finished his career with an impressive 2.32 earned run average. A lock to go in the first round of the 2020 MLB Draft, the former Kerrville Tivy HS star (Tex.) was a 31st round draft pick by the Cleveland Indians in the 2017 MLB Draft. It should come as no surprise. His father, Phillip, was a standout tennis player at Sam Houston State and his grandfather, Dan Davison, was a halfback for Texas A&M. The 6-foot-4, 215-pound left-handed flame thrower could very well keep his nickname, “The Ace,” for years to come in the major leagues. In the process, he could become the Aggies second consecutive player to go in the first round of the draft (Braden Shewmake, Atlanta Braves, 1st Round, 21st overall, 2019 MLB Draft).
Tim Kaiser goes inside each major league team’s organizational outlook following the 2015 MLB Draft. From former LSU standout Alex Bregman to first overall pick Dansby Swanson, Kaiser covers it all. Kaiser breaks down former Cleveland Indians shortstop Francisco Lindor and the impact seventh overall pick Andrew Benintendi could have on the Boston Red Sox.
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