Yankees Take Right-Hander From University Of South Carolina As First Round Pick In MLB DraftCBS2's Otis Livingston reports Schmidt had a fastball that reached the mid to upper 90's before undergoing Tommy John surgery in late April.
WATCH: Mets First Round Pick Justin Dunn Celebrates Being Drafted With College TeammatesThe draft was a great moment for Dunn, who has the potential to be the next big arm to come out of the Mets organization.
Little Sandman: Nats Draft Mariano Rivera III In 4th Round Of MLB DraftIona College right-hander Mariano Rivera III, son of the former Yankees closer, was drafted in the fourth round Tuesday by the Washington Nationals.
Mets Land 'Offensive Machine' With 53rd Pick In DraftThe Mets believe they found a "first-round talent" in 18-year-old outfielder Desmond Lindsay, whose combination of power and speed could make him a steal.
Yankees Draft Polished Starter James Kaprielian With 16th PickThe Yankees' newest prospect could find himself on a fast track to the Bronx.
Yankees Make Most Of Wait, Draft Lefty Strikeout Machine LindgrenYankees director of amateur scouting Damon Oppenheimer said they picked a kid who has "exceptional strikeout numbers." Exceptional indeed.
Mets Hoping 'Polished' Pick Conforto Can Breeze Through MinorsThe Mets have made a habit in recent years of taking high schoolers with their top pick in the MLB draft. They bucked that trend on Thursday night.
Yankees Reach Agreement With 1st-Round Pick Ian ClarkinClarkin, one of the team's three draft picks in the opening round, has agreed to a slot-money deal worth $1,650,100, WFAN and CBSSports.com insider Jon Heyman reported.
Sweeny's Yankees Thoughts: Sabathia Lit Up, Cano's Slump, MLB Draft & MoreBrett Gardner has been very hot, but has anybody noticed Jayson Nix?
Yankees First-Round Draft Pick Ian Clarkin Apologizes For Anti-Yankee CommentsOn a conference call Friday, Clarkin said he was sorry. He said the remarks were taken out of context and meant to tease his mother, a Yankees fan.
Mets Draft Pick LJ Mazzilli Following In His Father's FootstepsForty years after taking local boy Lee Mazzilli in the first round of the 1973 amateur draft, the Mets selected his son, University of Connecticut second baseman LJ Mazzilli.