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MLB Draft Carries Questions for Cardinal

Two days. 50 rounds. And until today, it has never been televised. The Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft is unique among America's major sporting landscape. The oddities and sheer numbers annually create surprises a plenty, but the uncertainty surrounding Stanford Baseball's draft-eligible prospects today is higher than usual. With no "sure thing," we will stay glued the next 48 hours.

Whether Stanford is blazing a path to Omaha or at home licking their wounds with a season finished too soon, the one constant for the Cardinal this time of year is the Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft.  There are a few twists to this year's draft that will change the experience for both the draft hopefuls and the fans who follow it.  For the first time ever, this year's draft is...

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