MLB Draft 2014

Brady Aiken, Astros at odds in bonus negotiations


In a classic game of "he said, she said", the Houston Astros and Brady Aiken appear set on going down to the wire in bonus negotiations for the first overall selection.

Giants sign second-round pick, Aramis Garcia


Athos and Porthos still holding out.

Aiken, Astros situation just got uglier


Public sentiment has turned on the Astros. Hard.

Mets sign Michael Conforto (really!)

Now that he's signed, the Mets hope the draft's top hitter can skyrocket through their system.


White Sox reportedly sign No. 3 pick Rodon

Carlos Rodon, the No. 3 overall pick in the 2014 MLB Draft, has reportedly agreed to terms with the Chicago White Sox for a bonus of over $6.45 million.

Report: Carlos Rodon signing tomorrow


News has come out from Raleigh, NC that Carlos Rodon is on his way to Chicago now.

Miami Marlins 2014 Draft Update


An update on some Miami Marlins 2014 draftees.

Giants sign Tyler Beede


The 2014 first-round pick will get slightly more than slot value.

Astros seek discount with number one pick


An elbow ligament issue has led the Astros to seek a $1.5 million discount on the signing bonus for last month's number one overall selection, Brady Aiken.

Astros first-rounder Brady Aiken has elbow problem


Jon Heyman of CBS Sports is reporting that 2014 Houston Astros first-round pick Brady Aiken has an elbow problem, delaying his contract agreement.

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